Hebert, David G.

International Perspectives on Translation, Education and Innovation in Japanese and Korean Societies

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Translation, Education and Innovation in Japanese and Korean Societies
David G. Hebert

Part I. Keynotes on Cultural Change

2. From Shizen to Nature: A Process of Cultural Translation
Nanyan Guo

3. The Life and Death of Music as East Asian Intangible Cultural Heritage
Keith Howard

Part II. Translational Issues in Literature

4. Translating Scientific Discourse in Ariyoshi Sawako’s Fukugô osen

Barbara Hartley

5. Foreigner Talk or Foreignness: The Language of Westerners in Japanese Fiction
Erik Oskarsson

6. Emotional Discourse Analysis of Japanese Literary Translations
Alexandra Holoborodko

Part III. Analyses of Korean and Japanese Languages

7. Definiteness in Korean: A Contrastive Study of Korean and Italian
Imsuk Jung

8. Unmarked Plurality and Specificity in Korean and Japanese Plural Nouns: A Preliminary Study
Kiri Lee, Young-mee Yu Cho, Min-Young Park

9. The “My Funny Talk” Corpus and Speaking Style Variation in Japanese
Toshiyuki Sadanobu

10. Kansai Style Conversation and Its Role in Contemporary Japan
Goran Vaage

Part IV. Language Education

11. On the Teaching of Japanese Epistemic and Evidential Markers: Theoretical Considerations and Practical Applications
Lars Larm

12. Analysis of Kanji Reading and Writing Errors of Swedish Learners in Comparison with Level-matched L1 Learners
Fusae Ivarsson

Part V. Innovation in the Professions

13. The Interdisciplinary Study of Law and Language: Forensic Linguistics in Japan
Mami Hiraike Okawara

14. Linguistic Study of Court Interpreting in Lay Judge Trials in Japan
Makiko Mizuno

15. “Green” and “Smart” Cities Diffusion: The Case of Songdo, Korea
Alexandra Lichá

Part VI. The Arts in Innovative Societies

16. Bad Father and Good Mother: The Changing Image of Masculinity in Post-Bubble-Economy Japan
Shuk-ting Kinnia Yau

17. Embodying History and Pedagogy: A Personal Journey into the Dokyoku Style of Japanese Shakuhachi
Jonathan McCollum

18. Animals and Aesthetics in Japanese Art and Society
Mika Merviö

19. In Defense of Rules or Creative Innovation?: On the Essence of the Topic Spring Rain in Japanese Haiku
Herbert Jonsson

20. Cultural Translation and Musical Innovation: A Theoretical Model with Examples from Japan
David G. Hebert

21. Conclusion: Cultural Translation and Social Change in East Asia
David G. Hebert

Keywords: Social Sciences, Cultural Studies, Language Education, Translation, Anthropology

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