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De Mooij cites the famous renaming of Coca Cola for the Chinese market into kekou kele (tasty and happy) purchase 100mg avanafil overnight delivery prostaglandin injections erectile dysfunction. This operation of localisation was consistent with the use of connoting brand names with positive values and goodwill in the Chinese market (De Mooji 2004: 189) 200mg avanafil visa erectile dysfunction doctors albany ny. When translators localise an advertisement they do it by focussing on the cultural kernels of the target reader; as Munday states in advertising translation: “the unit of translation is not just the text but the culture” (Munday 2004: 209) discount avanafil 200 mg with amex erectile dysfunction drugs over the counter. The professional in charge of advertising translation – which goes far beyond translation – is also called a transcreator. Transcreators recollect the cultural seeds of the target audience and use them in their process of linguistic mediation and cultural remediation. By its own nature, advertising translation draws, and quite 94 predictably so, from many disciplines such as marketing, psychology and reception theories, to name but a few (Adab, Valdes 2004: 164). Being a women’s magazine largely (but not uniquely) dedicated to fashion and beauty, I decided to work on ads concerned with beauty products and perfumes. As a selection criterion, I chose and manually collected only ads whose structure presented a headline, a body, and a “pay off” line. The aim of the research was to find ads for similar or for the same products which could be used, in a wider analysis, to compose respectively comparable and parallel corpora and look at the linguistic choices and communicative styles employed by the three localized versions of the magazine. Both differences and similarities drawn from such a comparison would constitute a useful source for trainee translators. Comparison of the same advert, translated in different languages or localised for a different culture, as it shall be noted, raises very challenging 95 questions as to whether it is still the case that we can talk of translation of a certain promotional text or rather transmutation of the ad: “[] legal restraints, norms and socio-cultural differences can combine to produce what might, at first glance, seem a bizarre set of (non) parallel texts” (Katan 2012: 11). Similar product ads allowed some form of comparison but no perfect match was initially found. Furthermore, it was not possible to compare British and Italian anti-aging cream advertisements with the Indian ones because Marie Claire India contained only 1 advertisement of an anti aging product (non-localised, with the image of a Caucasian woman). A wider collection of texts and more extended research would allow us to make general statements about the trends of advertising in the three sister publications and eventually help us to better understand cross-cultural divergences in the advertising language of each edition. A peculiarity which is unique to Marie Claire India is the presence of the same advert repeated twice and even three times in the same issue. In one of the 3 cases, there was a difference in the quality of the page on which the ad was hosted (the shampoo ad was once printed on stiff, glossy paper and the other two occurrences on a normal magazine page). Indian (English) beauty Compared to the British and the Italian editions, Indian advertisements usually comprise a heavy amount of body copy with syntax that is typical of Indian culture and the Indian variety of English. Displaying some typical sociolinguistic features of the Indian variety of English. This tendency towards transparency and disambiguation can be noted in statements like “it removes dirt and dead skin from your face” or “The Secret of dull, lifeless skin is out; Make your dull, dark and lifeless face glow with life with Oxybleach”, sentences which would constitute a doomed campaign in a Western magazine, by inadvertently associating the product with negative attributes before its use. Here are two examples taken from cream adverts (Pond’s White Beauty and Oxy-Facial Kit) purporting to prevent brown spots and the advert of a ‘facial kit’ which is meant to impart oxygen to the skin: [1] Pond’s White Beauty To what extent will Sun Spots show on your skin by the end of this summer If your score is 5 then moderately spotted is how your skin can look by the end of this summer. This technology enables pure oxygen to be trapped in each product of the kit: cleanser, scrub, cream, gel and pack. The Western eye, accustomed to being exposed to split-second, intrusive, vivid messages – which often lead to a real “sign fatigue” (Gill 2007: 83) – may be impressed by the pace of the Indian ads, which display a milder, non-aggressive tone. By virtue of the principle of textual economy, the same sentence “if your score is 5” could presumably be rendered with “if you score 5” in a British ad and the same holds true for “by the end of this summer” which would be “by the end of the summer”. These are nationally-targeted advertisements and as such the use of these lexical cues are presumably expected by the Indian reader and are pragmatically coherent in the sense that they are “meaningful within the situational and cultural context” (Kramsch 1998: 28) in which they are uttered. Redundancy is also a trait of Indian ads, and it is manifested in the repetition of the nominal group “Oxy Facial” and especially in the sentences “stay spotlessly fair even in the summers without worrying about Sun Spots” and “to give a visibly radiant face that glows with life”, in which the second ‘surplus’ sentence (“without worrying about Sun Spots” and “that glows with life”) expands and reinforces the idea expressed in the first segment. The cream’s brand name (Pond’s White Beauty) introduces one of the main targets of Indian adverts. Among the most frequent lexical occurrences are bleach, pre-bleach cream, bleaching experience, lightening, lighter, skin darkening, brown spots, sunscreen. For those familiar with Indian culture it comes as no surprise that a fair complexion plays such a crucial role. The adjective fair is here intended in the Indian English (Pathak, 99 2005) nuance meaning a not too dark a skin (not fair in the Western sense) and it is a collocation which occurs very often in matrimonial ads: one of the most requested qualities of an eligible bride is a fair complexion and the adjective “fair” occupies the first or second position when listing qualities in marriage ads.

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Depending on which of the original author’s intentions the translator wants or is required to buy 50 mg avanafil overnight delivery erectile dysfunction tips keep or delete generic avanafil 200mg with visa erectile dysfunction watermelon, s/he will give more prominence to cheap 200 mg avanafil mastercard erectile dysfunction gnc products certain aspects by adopting specific linguistic strategies. Acceptability relates to “tailoring the translation according to reception in the target culture” (Katan 2009: 82), not only in terms of stylistic conventions but also by taking into account specific culture 70 bound thinking patterns that affect tourists’ perceptions and expectations. Informativity involves favouring “the maximum level of uptake with the minimum cognitive effort” (Katan 2002: 188). This means that the translator will need to adopt a series of strategies to ‘adjust’ information taking into account what outsiders may already know and what type of information would be difficult for them to process. Situationality refers to the context of situation to which given information belongs: information should be delivered in a way that allows readers to identify a specific context, which will serve as a reference frame for retrieving more elements if those present in the text are not sufficient. In this paper the Standard of Intertextuality will be not dealt with, as we may assume that if the previous Standards are satisfied, readers will have all the necessary elements to fully avail themselves of the text and its content. Drawing on the terminology developed by Greimas (1966), we will also frame the fulfilment of these Standards within the three text functions vouloir, savoir, pouvoir. A vouloir tourist text aims to create desire and stimulate interest, a savoir text aims to provide knowledge, a pouvoir text focuses on practical information and is focused on ‘doing’. Assessing the effectiveness of translator intervention through the Seven Standards: an application We will now apply the Seven Standards of Textuality to the English translations of two tourist mini-guidebooks. More specifically, we will try to assess the effectiveness of the strategies used by discussing them in terms of fulfilment or failure. Due to space constraints, the analysis presented in this paper will not cover the whole texts but will rather include a selection of significant examples from each one. Whenever one 71 or more Standards are not satisfied, translation solutions or reformulations are provided. They are all bilingual (Italian and English), with the English translation on the right side of the pages. So far, the Seven Standards model has been tested on two mini-guidebooks: i) “Girapuglia”3, a mini-guidebook proposing food and wine itineraries all over Puglia; ii) “Gallipoli forever”, a pamphlet promoting the sea town of Gallipoli. Despite the title, however, the guidebook promotes not only Puglia gastronomy but also covers cultural sites and activities. Let us start from the front page and focus on the following translation: 2 the mini-guidebooks are available at. In Italian, this expression is basically used to describe people, but in this context it acquires an added meaning, as it is used to highlight the quality of Puglian cuisine. The values underlying the use of this metaphor are probably those of simplicity and authenticity. The literal translation “good like bread” not only sounds very odd in English but also does not convey the intended values. Thus, two Standards are not fulfilled: Acceptability, because the English translation does not stick to the target language stylistic conventions, and Intentionality, because the values intended by the source text author are not conveyed and, as a result, a vouloir feature gets lost here. As mentioned above, the prima-facie English translation of the Italian idiom would be “as good as gold”. As can be noticed in Figure 1, the front page features a Puglia-shaped ciabatta loaf: 73 Figure 1: “Girapuglia” Front Page this picture is symbolically meaningful as it visually recalls the same values of simplicity and authenticity conveyed by the title. This means that in the translation of the title the reference to bread should be maintained. The solution I propose is: “12 wine and food itineraries in a region as good as homemade bread” with the structure “as good as” satisfying Acceptability, as it reminds readers of the more familiar English idiom “as good as gold”, while the adjective “homemade” conveys the values of simplicity and authenticity, as these lie in the natural ingredients which homebaked bread is made of, and keeps the same vouloir feature as the source text, since it stimulates the readers’ desire to visit Puglia and taste local bread. It should be noticed that in the proposed translation “bread” has been preferred to ciabatta as the latter might not be well-known for a lingua franca audience. A further mediating translation could be: 74 “12 wine and food itineraries in a region as good as a homemade ciabatta loaf”. This section indicates the page number of each itinerary, and each itinerary has a corresponding title. The twelve titles corresponding to the twelve promoted itineraries have been translated as follows: Source Text Target text 1.

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