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Mohamed Alshniet currently works as a Head of theTranslation and Arabisation Department - University of Tripoli. He worked previously as teaching assistant at the Centre for Multidisciplinary & Intercultural Inquiry, University College London. Mohamed does research in Semantics, Discourse Analysis. His most recent publication is 'Explore the concept of faithfulness in translation and discuss its applicability in translating political texts.'.
Although the study of metaphor in Translation Studies (TS) has witnessed a considerable boom, little research has exploited the latest advances in Cognitive Linguistics (CL) for the purpose of investigating the translation of metaphors from English into Arabic. This study is an attempt to start to fill this gap. It investigates the translation of c...
Three salient assumptions suggested by Lakoff (1996 / 2002) in hisMorality Politics Theory (MPT): (1) American political positions emergefrom two independent moral worldviews that are conceptuallyentrenched in individuals’ beliefs about ideal families. Conservatives tendto promote the strict father (SF) family model whereas Democratsendorse the nur...
The role of context in shaping political metaphors and the way translators transfer them into different languages and cultures
In this work I argue that faithful translation does not necessarily mean to translate the source language text into the target language. There are some considerations that should be taken into consideration when translating from one language into another.