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Hend Ghidhaoui
Universidad de Salamanca
España
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Núm. 24 (2020), Miscelánea, Páginas 283-302
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/TRANS.2020.v0i24.6093
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La ciencia se publica en inglés y su divulgación se hace indispensable en las sociedades modernas. En esta investigación se analiza la traducción-divulgación de títulos científicos altamente especializados en las ediciones digitales de los periódicos ABC, El Mundo, El País, La Presse (Canadá), Le Figaro y Le Monde. Utilizando una metodología descriptiva, se analiza cómo se traducen estos títulos de lo altamente especializado en inglés a lo divulgativo en español y francés y se contrasta su traducción en los seis periódicos arriba señalados. Los resultados muestran que existe una tendencia homogeneizadora en los titulares, conllevando así a traducciones «glocales».

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