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Index

abduction (Peirce) 84, 87-9, 92-4, 98,

100, 104, 108, 128-30,143-4,209,

220, 242, 250, 276; about cultural

difference 190; linguistic 143—4; and

people 114, 115

accelerated learning (Lozanov) 241

actor, translator as 22, 128—30

agency-freelancer relations 13, 31—3,

40-4, 103, 117-20,254-7

alarm bells 94, 209-10, 268

Alkon, Daniel 81

analytical-reflective (learning style) 71,

74-6, 79, 261

Anderson, Kristine 198, 205

approaches to translation; cultural 3, 84,

186-200, 242; descriptivist (DTS)

171, 284; feminist 72, 190-1, 196,

197—8, 284; functional/action-oriented

171, 171-5; linguistic 3, 70, 142-58,

160-1,242,275,280,281;

manipulation school 171, 284; personcentered

112—26, 274; polysystems

160, 171, 284; postcolonial 160,

189-90, 196-8, 284; psychological 3,

70, 85, 242; skopos/Handlung 160, 171,

171-5, 282; social 3, 85, 242;

sociolinguistic 70; terminological 3,

104,128, 131, 135-8, 142, 242, 275;

translation studies 170—1

Aristophanes 200—3

Aristotle 250

Asher, James J. 60, 81

auditory (learning style) 55, 58, 64 6,

77-9,80, 136,241

Austin, J.L. 147, 150, 158,282

authorities on translation 217—18, 264

Baker, Mona 153-8, 281

"banking method" (Freire) 243

Bassnett, Susan 195, 205

Beckett, Samuel 181

belles infideles, les (Menage) 203—5

Benis, Michael 11

Benjamin, Walter 250

Bennett, Milton J. 194, 205

Benny Hill Show, The 189

Beowulf 189

"Best Way of Translating From One

Language to Another, The" (Dolet) 214

Bidani, Avi215

Blackburn, Paul 72

Bochner, Stephen 126

Bourdieu, Pierre 129

Brain-Based Learning and Teaching (Jensen)

57

brain function 136, 210—11; and computer

comparisons 146—7; and learning 241,

250,261

burnout 33, 45, 259-60

Buzan, Tony 81

Caine, Geoffrey 81, 262

Calvin, William H. 50

Carbo, Marie 81

Carli, Massimo 212, 286

Catford, J.C. 70, 142, 158,281

Chamberlain, Lori 198, 203, 205

Chaucer, Geoffrey 189

Cheyfitz, Eric 196, 205

Chomsky, Noam 158, 280

Chukovskii, Kornei 142, 158

Cicero, Marcus Tullius 107, 142

Como agua para chocolate (Esquivel) 179

conceptual/abstract (learning style) 58,

68, 70, 79, 261

concrete (learning style) 58, 68, 70—1,

79

content-driven (learning style) 58, 62—3,

79, 261

Copeland, Rita 186,

cost of translation 6-7, 17-18, 24

Crawford, Tony 216

Crowel, Sam 81

Csikzentmihalyi, Mihaly 36, 85, 121

Cuesta, Ana 164

cycles (Weick) 89-92

Darbelnet, Jean 71, 142, 158, 219

deduction (Peirce) 84, 87-9, 92-5, 98,

106-8, 114, 122, 148-50, 209, 242,

250; as checking the rules 213—14;

needs to be brought to life 273; and

social activity 170; and terminology

studies 135—6

Delabastita, Dirk 196, 205

Delisle, Jean 166

derHovanessian, Diana 104

Derrida, Jacques 250

Descriptive Translation Studies and beyond

(Toury) 149

Dhority, Lynn 81

Diaz-Diocaretz, Myriam 72, 198, 205

Dickens, Charles 189

Discourse and the Translator (Hatim/Mason)

151

Dolet, Etienne 214

Dryden, Gordon 81

Dryden,John 149

Duarte, King 214

Duff, Alan 45

Dunn, Kenneth 81

Dunn, Rita 81

d'Hulst, Lieven 196, 205

Ellis, Roger 186, 205

En attendant Godot (Beckett) 181

enactment (Weick) 88-90

enjoyment in translation 18, 22, 24, 26—8,

33-5, 146, 169

equivalence 8, 16, 73, 142 3, 160-1

Esquivel, Laura 179

Essay on the Principles of Translation, An

(Tytler)214

ethics of translation 19, 22, 24, 25-6,

146, 169

Eurodicautom 131-3, 139, 218

Evans, K.-Benoit 216

Evans, Ruth 186, 205

Even-Zohar, Itamar 171, 195, 205

experience (Peirce) 84-9, 91-5, 98-110,

116, 242, 270-2; and professional

credibility 161—2

external perspective on translation (Pym)

6-7, 18, 143,252

externally-referenced (learning style) 59,

7 1 , 7 1 - 3 , 7 9 - 8 0 , 2 6 1 -2

Felman, Shoshana 158, 282

field-dependent (learning style) 58,

57-60, 262

field-independent (learning style) 58,

57-60, 261-2

Finlay, Ian F. 45

First Look at Communication Theory, A

(Griffin) 89

Fitzgerald, Thomas K. 126

flexible environment (learning style) 59,

60-1,262

flow (Csikzentmihalyi) 36, 85, 121,

212-13

Flow Experience and its Significance for Human

Psychology, The (Csikzentmihalyi) 36

Franccer, Lucien 72

Freire, Paulo 243

Frere, John Hookham 201

Freud, Sigmund 137

Fuller, Frederick 222

Gallagher, Winifred 53, 76, 81

Garcia Yebra, Valentin 142, 158

Gardner, Howard 55—7, 81

"Gender and the Metaphorics of

Translation, The" (Chamberlain) 203

Gentzler, Edwin 195, 205

global-contextual (learning style) 59,

68-9, 75, 79,262,264

Godard, Barbara 72, 198, 205

Goleman, Daniel 52, 120—2

Gorlee, Dinda L. 95, 110

Gramsci, Antonio 188

Grice, Paul 144, 158

Griffin, Em 89, 90

Grinder, Michael 81

Index 299

Grundlegung einer allgemeinen

Translationstheorie (ReiB / Vermeer)

177-9

Gudykunst, William B. 194, 205

Gutt, Ernst-August 20

habit (Peirce) 50, 84, 85-8, 91-5,

99-100, 242, 269-70; and alarm bells

208

habitus (Bourdieu) 129, 130

Hampden-Turner, Charles 81

Harris, Brian 151

Hart, Leslie 81

Hatim, Basil 142, 151, 281

Hegel, G.W.F. 250

hegemony (Gramsci) 188

Heidegger, Martin 250

Hermans, Theo 171, 196,205

Hewson, Lance 20

Holmes, James S. 171, 195, 205

Holz-Manttari, Justa 20, 69, 171,

180-2

Hoopes, D.S. 194,205

How Brains Work (Calvin) 50

How To Do Things With Words (Austin) 147,

282

howlers 100-1, 113, 187

Huovinen, Irmeli 249

Hymes, Dell 158

impulsive-experimental (learning style)

5 9 , 7 1 , 7 4 - 5 , 79

In Other Words (Baker) 153-8

income from translation 22, 24, 28—33, 91

independent / dependent / interdependent

(learning styles) 59, 61-2

induction (Peirce) 84, 87-90, 92-5, 98,

105, 108, 114, 116, 120, 146-8,209,

242, 250, 276; as best teacher 271; as

checking alternatives 219; and cultural

immersion 192; and functional

approaches 171; linguistic 146; and the

translator community 168; and

working people 131

instinct (Peirce) 86-8, 91-5

intelligent activity, translation as 49—50

intercultural communication (ICC)

194-5

internal perspective on translation (Pym)

6-7, 19, 22-45, 253

internally-referenced (learning style) 59,

7 1 , 7 1 - 3 , 7 9 - 8 0 , 2 6 2 , 2 6 7 -8

Internet 103, 106, 169; and term

databases, 131-3, 139

interpreting 64, 65, 67, 68, 71-3, 84,

116, 129; chuchotage 61; conference

69, 123; court 69, 74, 123; escort 61,

69; simultaneous 61, 74

intuition in translation 12—17, 75, 209,

221; see also abduction

intuitive-experimental (learning style) 59,

267

involvement in the profession 22, 24—5

Jacquemond, Richard 197—8, 205

Jensen, Eric 57, 62, 63, 68, 71, 81,

251

Jerome (Eusebius Hieronymus) 106—7,

170

Kant, Immanuel 250

Kim, Young Yun 126, 194, 205

kinesthetic (learning style) 55, 58, 63,

6 6 - 8 , 7 7 - 8 0 , 8 0 , 136,241

Krashen, Steven 60, 81

Krings, Hans 126

Krontiris, Tina 198, 205

Kussmaul, Paul 110, 129, 163, 279

Lantra-L 15, 106, 123, 128, 132, 135,

161, 182, 190,211,260

learning49-81, 84, 91, 123, 135-6, 260,

271; and experience 98; and memory

50—1; state-dependent 53

learning styles 55-81, 108, 120, 261-2,

266

LeDoux, Joseph 52

Lefevere, Andre 70, 73, 171, 195, 196,

200-3, 205

letter to Pammachius (Jerome) 106—7,

170

Levine, Suzanne Jill 26, 72, 198, 205

Like Water For Chocolate (Esquivel) 179

Lindsay, Jack 201, 203

"Logic and Conversation" (Grice) 144

Lorscher, Wolfgang 95

Lotbiniere-Harwood, Susanne 26, 72,

198, 205

Loyal Counselor, The (Duarte) 214

Lozanov, Georgi 1, 60, 241

300 Index

Luther, Martin 170

Lysistrata (Aristophanes) 200—3

machine translation 19, 35, 40

Maier, Carol 198, 205

Maine, J.P. 201

Margulies, Nancy 81

Martin, Jacky 20

Mason, Ian 142, 151,281

Massimini, Fausto 212, 286

matching (learning style) 59, 71, 73,

79-80,261,262

Maurer, Werner 15

McCarthy, Bernice 71,81

memory 50-5, 123, 128; bodily 49; and

context 5 3—5; emotional 5 2—3;

intellectual 52—3; and learning 50—3;

procedural 51-2, 75, 76, 102;

representational 5 3—5, 76

Menage, Gilles 203

Menkes, Gabor 145

Miller, George A. 126

mismatching (learning style) 59, 71, 73,

79-80, 262, 266

multimodal teaching 55, 241, 246, 248,

262, 276

multiple intelligences (Gardner) 55—7,

120; emotional 120—2; personal 56,

61, 120-2

Neubert, Albrecht 151

Neuro-Linguistic Programming 63

Newmark, Peter 71, 142, 219, 284

Nida, Eugene, A. 70, 142, 152-4-, 158,

169,281,284

Niranjana, Tejaswini 196, 205

Nord, Christiane 171, 172-5

Nummela Caine, Renate 81, 262

on-line resources 131—3, 224—39

Ostrander, Sheila 81

overgeneralization 152, 281

Padilla, Amado M. 194,205

pedagogy of translation 1 —2, 75, 109,

241—51; and brain function 250; and

lecturing 244—6; and small groups 244,

246-8

Peirce, Charles Sanders 83, 86-93, 114,

171,242,250

Philosophical Investigations (Wittgenstein)

112

Piaget, Jean 50

Picken, Catriona45, 222

Plato 250

political correctness 190-1, 196, 200

Pound, Ezra 72

power differentials 93, 197—8

Power of Place, The (Gallagher) 53-4

professionalism in translation 11, 19, 84,

91, 165;andpride22,24-8

project management 22, 28, 32—3

psychoanalysis 123, 136

Pym, Anthony 6, 9, 20, 69, 73, 143, 150,

165-7, 188-9,205,220

Rafael, Vicente 196, 205

raising the status of the profession 22,

28-9, 33

ReiB, Katharina69, 171, 177-9

relationship-driven (learning style) 59, 62,

79-80, 262

reliability 7-13, 16, 17-19, 22, 24, 34,

49; as professional pride 24-5; textual

7-11; translator's 11-13

retention (Weick) 88-90

reticular activation 210—11, 219

Rey, Alain 140

Rich, Adrienne 72

Richter, Werner 114

Robinson, Douglas 45, 62, 66, 69, 73,

106-7,126, 144, 161, 193,197,198,

205, 275

Rogers, Benjamin Bickley 201

Rose, Colin 77, 81

Rose, Stephen 81

rules, of translation 84, 106-8, 109, 142,

152, 209, 213-19; Weick on 89; see

also deduction

Sager, Juan 140

Samsonowitz, Miriam 14

Samuelsson-Brown, Geoffrey 45

Saussure, Ferdinand de 188, 280

Schiffler, Ludger 81

Schroeder, Lynn 81

Searle, John 282

Sechrest, Lee 194

Seguinot, Candace Lee Carsen 95

selection (Weick) 88-90

Index 301

sequential-detailed/linear (learning style)

59, 68, 69-70, 79-80,261

Shakespeare, William 189

Shreve, Gregory 152

Simeoni, Daniel 150

Simon, Sherry 74, 198,205

Snell, Barbara M. 140

Snell-Hornby, Mary 195-6, 205

Social Psychology of Organizing, The (Weick)

88

specialist vs. general source texts 165—8

speech acts (Austin) 282

speed in translating 2, 22, 24, 28, 28—31,

3 4 , 4 4 , 4 9 , 8 5 , 9 1 , 2 5 7 -9

Stratford, Philip 74

structured environment (learning style)

59,60-1,261

Subversive Scribe, The (Levine) 26

suggestopedia (Lozanov) 241

Sylwester, Robert 81, 262

"Systematic Assessment of Flow in Daily

Experience, The" (Massimini/Carli)

212

Taber, Charles 70, 152-3, 158, 281

Tannen, Deborah 190

Taylor, E. 81

Terrell, Tracy D. 60, 81

Text Analysis in Translation (Nord) 172—5

Textanalyse und Ubersetzen (Nord) 172

theories of translation; see also approaches

to translation

Theory and Practice of Translation, The

(Nida/Taber) 152-3

theory vs. theorizing 106—8, 250; as

subliminal 93, 269

timeliness in translation 7, 13—17, 22

Tommola, Jorma 140

Toury, Gideon 70, 149, 171, 195, 205

"Translating Means Translating Meaning"

(Nida) 169

translation, advertising 8, 73, 104, 108,

123, 179; analytical 3, 84, 105, 208-9,

220-1,242, 268; Bible 8, 13, 106,

152-3, 192; for children 9;

commercial 69; conscious 2, 49, 85,

220-1; film-dubbing 65; legal 73, 129;

literary 8, 13, 69, 73, 104; medical 73,

122, 129; medieval 108, 161, 186;

scientific 69; subliminal 2, 50, 84, 91,

93—4, 106, 208, 209, 221, 242, 268;

technical 20, 69, 73, 179; unconscious

2,49

translation memory software 31—2,

132-3, 146

Translation, Rewriting, and the Manipulation

of Literary Fame (Lefevere) 196, 200—3

Translation and Text Transfer (Pym) 170

Translation as Text (Neubert/Shreve) 151—2

translator, associations/unions 25, 168;

conferences 25, 168; discussion groups

169; see also Lantra-L

Translatorisches Handeln (Holz-Manttari)

179-82

Translator's Turn, The (Robinson) 274

TrinhT. Minh-Ha 194, 205

Tytler, Alexander Fraser, Lord

Woodhouselee 214

unrandomizing (Weick) 148, 151

Venuti, Lawrence 72, 151

Vermeer, Hans J. 69, 171, 177-9

Vinay, Jean-Paul 71, 142, 158, 219

visual (learning style) 55, 58, 63-4, 77-9,

80, 136,241

von Flotow, Luise 198, 205

Vos, Jeannette 81

Vuorinen, Ilpo 249

Waiting for Godot (Beckett) 181

Wallace, Josh 215

Way, A.S. 200-3

Weick, Karl 83, 88-90, 95, 147, 151,214

Wheelwright, C.A. 201, 203

Wilss, Wolfram 70, 222

Wittgenstein, Ludwig 112, 124

Wong, Gloria 14

World Wide Web 103, 211, 270; and

term databases 131-3, 139, 224-39

Yoshimoto, Banana 198