Essay On Importance Of Translation

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Abstract In view of the development in the world at the level of the technology boom of globalization and the mixing of young Western society through the means of social communication or scholarship was the importance of translation in the current stage. I will touch on in my research for the translator and Islam in Western society, I believe that our young people conscious especially given the opportunity scholarship through the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Program of the King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, may God have mercy on him and his brother King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, may God preserve him, have turned to the translator to deliver Islamic approach inherent Western society. Introduction With the rise of globalization and the proliferation of electronic media, intercultural communications, together with translation, has taken on an important…show more content…
Brislin (1976: 1) defines translation as: "the general term referring to the transfer of thoughts and ideas from one language (source) to another (target), whether the languages are in written or oral form; whether the languages have established orthographies or do not have such standardization or whether one or both languages is based on signs, as with sign languages of the deaf". It is defined by Reiss, (2000:160) as "a bilingual mediated process of communication, which ordinarily aims at the production of a Target Language text that is functionally equivalent to a Source Language text". Ghazala (1995:1-2) used the term to refer to all the processes and methods used to convey the meaning of the source language into the target language. Hatem and Mason (1990) defined it as “the transfer of meaning from one language to

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