International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Translation between science, art and skill The equivalence theory of Eugene Naida as an example
Jehad Feyzoleslam

This paper aims at issues related to the art, skill, and science of modern translation, including the theories of Jacobson, Halliday, Catford, and Naida. And how the translator deals with its tools and some important and related matters. The researcher tried to answer the research questions, and one of the most important of those questions is what about modern translation and its arts, skills and sciences? And what are the developments? Through this paper, the researcher tried to describe, analyze and clarify some types of translation and focus on art, skill, techniques and theories such as Nida's theorem. The researcher used the descriptive analytical method as it is appropriate for this type of studies and research. The research reached a number of results, and the goal is to enrich the translation library from this type of studies.

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