Analisis strategi penerjemahan dalam terjemahan Dīwān al-Mām al-Syāfi`ī

Pamungkas, Muhammad Ibnu and Akmaliyah, Akmaliyah (2019) Analisis strategi penerjemahan dalam terjemahan Dīwān al-Mām al-Syāfi`ī. Adabiyyāt: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra, III (1). ISSN 2549-2047

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This research aims to describe and analyze the strategy used in translating Dīwān al-Imām al-Syāfi`ī. All analyzed data were taken from the translation of Dīwān al-Imām al-Syāfi`ī using dynamic equivalence technique. The method used in conducting this research is distributional review, starting from describing, filtering, classifying, and analyzing the data. The process begins with choosing the translation strategy used in translating the text and classifying each data based on the strategy. After that, the classified data is analyzed by stating which strategy category is used and what would probably be the reason for the translator to choose that specific strategy. The result shows that there are four translation strategies used by the translator in translating Dīwān al-Imām alSyāfi`ī. Those translation strategies are by replacing word order (taqdīm wa ta’khīr), loss (inqāṣ), gain (ziyādah), and substitution (tabdīl). For loss and gain strategies, there are other two categories which are avertable and inavertable. Based on the result of the analysis, the researcher then concludes that the main reason why the translator chooses to use these strategies is the linguistic and non-linguistic differences. Linguistic difference is indicated at patterns of sentence, uslūb and the dilālah between the two languages. As for the non-linguistic difference, it is related with cultural differences between the two languages.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Translation Strategy; Translation; Dīwān al-Imām al-Syāfi`ī
Subjects: Applied Linguistics > Translating and Interpreting
Depositing User: Nailah Hanany
Date Deposited: 09 May 2020 14:28
Last Modified: 09 May 2020 14:28

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