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Title: Processes of what models?
Authors: Martín, Ricardo Muñz 
Keywords: Network
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: 2211-3711
Journal: Translation Spaces(Netherland) 
Abstract: In a recent article, Chesterman (2013) elaborates on Toury's (2012) distinction between `translation acts' (cognitive process) and `translation events'(sociological process), and adds a third, superordinate level of `translation practices' (cultural, historical, anthropological). Such successively nested models seem intuitively correct when applied to categorizing different approaches within translation studies. However, when used within cognitive and psycholinguistic approaches, such categories are found to lead to flawed reasoning. When Chesterman's proposal is considered from perspectives such as the level of abstraction and the dynamicity of the models, many examples provided as illustration turn out to be misleading. The bulk of such errors points to an implicit notion of cognition which is contested by a growing number of researchers within translation process research: a view of thought as an internal, neutral, and logical brain process, mainly focused on problem-solving.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45632
ISSN: 2211-3711
DOI: 10.1075/ts.5.1.08mun
Source: Translation Spaces(Netherland)[ISSN 2211-3711],v. 5, p. 145-161
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