1.2. Interference, normalization and language (in)dependency

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1.2. Interference, normalization and language (in)dependency
1 Baker opposes interference with other properties of translated language (which she assumed to be language-dependent
1.1 "translation universals": features which typically occur in translated texts rather than original utterances and are not the results of interference from specific linguistic systems
1.2 assumption: interference contrasts with other language independent properties of translationese
1.2.1 Volansky: "the universal claims for translation should be reconsidered. Not only are they dependent on genre and register but they also vary greatly across different pairs of languages"
2 Normalization is OPPOSED to interference
2.1 because it is included into the set of translation and explicitation
2.2 refers to: standard linguistic items and structures, sociocultural norms specific to the target culture
3 hypothesis: what is common to interference and normalization?
3.1 BOTH PROPERTIES ARE LANGUAGE-DEPENDENT
3.1.1 Interference = source language dependent
3.1.2 normalization = target language dependent

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