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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2018.tde-03122018-123321
Document
Author
Full name
André Luiz Lopes Perides
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Morales, Leiko Matsubara (President)
Iwakami, Laura Tey
Milton, John
Ninomiya, Sonia Regina Longhi
Title in Portuguese
Estudo comparativo das traduções sobre as expressões de tratamento da língua japonesa sob a ótica da teoria dos polissistemas nos mangás Love Hina, Yu Yu Hakusho e Chobits
Keywords in Portuguese
Cultura japonesa
Estudos da tradução
Linguagem de tratamento
Mangás
Normas
Polidez
Pragmática
Retradução
Sociolinguística
Teoria dos Polissistemas
Abstract in Portuguese
As histórias em quadrinhos japonesas, conhecidas como mangás, vêm se popularizando muito fora do Japão nas últimas décadas. Partindo de uma abordagem que, nos estudos da tradução, considera a relevância de também se estudar os contextos e fatores externos ao texto, analisamos em nossa pesquisa a tradução para expressões de tratamento japonesas presentes nos mangás Love Hina, Yu Yu Hakusho e Chobits, publicados no Brasil no início dos anos 2000, quando o mercado de histórias quadrinhos japonesas ainda estava se estabelecendo no país, e que, uma década depois, foram reeditados pela mesma editora, mas com a tradução revisada. Questionamos se a experiência acumulada com a prática regular envolvendo a publicação de mangás, a consolidação de uma cultura do mangá no Brasil e consequente formação de um público leitor mais acostumado com características e especificidades do gênero trazem reflexos que são perceptíveis na tradução, veríficáveis por meio das estratégias de tradução empregadas.
Title in English
Comparative study of the japanese treatment expressions from the point of view of the polysystems theory in the manga Love Hina, Yu Yu Hakusho and Chobits
Keywords in English
Japanese culture
Language of treatment
Manga
Norms
Politeness
Pragmatics
Retranslation
Sociolinguistics
Theory of Polysystems
Translation studies
Abstract in English
Japanese comics, known as manga, have become very popular outside Japan in the last few decades. Based on an approach that in the translation studies considers the relevance of also studying the contexts and factors external to the text, we analyzed in our research the translation for japanese treatment expressions present in Love Hina, Yu Yu Hakusho and Chobits, manga published in Brazil in the early 2000s, when the japanese comic book market was still settling in the country; a decade later these manga were reprinted by the same publisher, but with a revised translation. We question whether the regular practice involving the publication of manga, the consolidation of a manga culture in Brazil and the consequent formation of a readership more accustomed to characteristics and specificities of the genre brings reflexes that are perceptible in translations, verifiable by means of translation strategies employed.
 
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2018-12-03
 
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