Translation and its Cross-Cultural Relevance – Analysis

Sharing core norms and values
Posted May 24, 2021 | Eurasia Review. , Mohamed Chtatou

The history of civilizations reveals that translation has played the primordial role in the transmission of cultural values and knowledge. It has always been used by people from different cultures and backgrounds to communicate, thereby helping to create a cross-cultural relationship in a cosmopolitan world. It is the translator’s responsibility to make the transition from one culture to another while enriching his translation with reference points and context, thus giving it quality and relevance, suggests Mohamed Chtatou in this article for the Eurasia Review.  He notes that it is not easy to put a sign of equality between the language and the culture, because phenomena of instrumentalisation of the languages take place almost everywhere in the world due to globalization and unprecedented cultural mixing.


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