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Dubbing and subtitling : the China experience / Ma Zhengqi & Xie Zheng.
Ma, Zhengqi, 1960-
New York : Peter Lang, 
xxii, 155 pages ; 23 cm
Dubbing of motion pictures
Dubbing of television programs
Includes bibliographical references.
Dubbing in China: an introduction. Defining dubbing translation -- Concept and theory -- An aesthetic perspective: procedures and principles -- A strategic study: language and culture -- Sub & dub industry in contemporary China. Translated films: products of language exchange -- Gatekeeper: mission of dubbing for import -- Accelerator: functions of minority-language dubbing -- Easy mover: strategy of dubbing for export -- Understanding sub & dub: basic features. Forms of language expression: voice utterances -- Functions of information communication -- Research approaches to theoretical studies -- Understanding the language: linguistic quality. Linguistics in sub and dub translation -- The basic nature of film and tv drama language -- The linguistic features of English film and tv drama language -- Understanding the mind: from typing to talking. The psycholinguistic mechanism of re-encoding -- Words, utterance, and texts: from SL understanding to TL production -- From typing to talking: a shift of thinking patterns -- Training approaches: a guide into the art. Concept and principles: sub & dub as an art -- Ttheory and foundation: text features -- Training approaches: rhetoric reconstruction -- Sense of dialogue: reconstruction of lifestyle. The two-step reception process -- Talk to your neighbor: cultural adaptation -- Cultural issues in sub & dub translation -- Cultural context conformity -- Cultural psychological adjustment -- Cultural theme reconstruction.
9781433169151 ((hardcover ; : alk. paper))
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