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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2008.tde-27032009-102441
Document
Author
Full name
Eliane Satiko Waragai
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Ota, Junko (President)
Darin, Leila Cristina de Mello
Milton, John
Title in Portuguese
As interferências culturais nas traduções de textos das religiões de origem japonesa
Keywords in Portuguese
Budismo
Interferências culturais
Novas religiões japonesas
Xintoísmo
Abstract in Portuguese
Quando os missionários das religiões japonesas começaram a traduzir os textos religiosos para o português com a finalidade de propagar os seus ensinamentos entre os brasileiros, tradicionalmente católicos, perceberam que algumas de suas mensagens eram interpretadas de modo equivocado. Entretanto, os missionários perceberam que o equívoco não era causado por problemas lingüísticos, mas por diferenças entre a cultura do seu público-alvo e a sua. No presente trabalho, investigamos os problemas culturais encontrados na tradução dos textos religiosos japoneses, bem como as soluções encontradas pelos seus tradutores, analisando trechos dos seus textos sagrados.
Title in English
Cultural interference in translation of Japanese religious texts
Keywords in English
Buddhism
Cultural interference
Japanese new religions
Shinto faith
Abstract in English
When missionaries from Japanese religions first translated their religious text into Portuguese in order to propagate their faith among Brazilian people, who are traditionally Catholic, they realized that some of their religious messages were completely misunderstood by their prospective followers. However, the missionaries noticed that this problem was not caused by language matters but it lay in the existence of a cultural difference between Brazilian people and them. In the present work the cultural problems that stood in the translation of Japanese religious texts as well as the solutions found by their translators were studied by analyzing parts of the scriptures of three different Japanese religions.
 
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Publishing Date
2009-03-27
 
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