"You better werk". Rasgos del camp talk en la subtitulación al español de Rupaul's Drag Race

Iván Alejandro Villanueva Jordán

Resumo


Este artículo aborda la subtitulación en castellano del programa de televisión de realidad RuPaul's Drag Race (RPDR) mediante un análisis porcentual de la presencia de rasgos microtextuales relativos al camp y la manera en que estos fueron traducidos en las versiones publicadas en Netflix y en el grupo de Facebook RPDR Venezuela.El artículo inicia con una elaboración sobre el camp (una sensibilidad estética comúnmente asociada con la identidad gay ydifundida en espacios anglófonos) y el camp talk como categorías de estudio para la traductología. Más adelante se presentan los resultados del análisis de los subtítulos de dos episodios del programa de televisión. Finalmente, la discusión sobre los resultados alcances sobre el papel de la traducción en los procesos de aculturación relacionados al camp, así como sobre las nuevas funciones sociales de la subtitulación.

Palavras-chave


Traducción Audiovisual; Drag Queen; Subtitulación; Camp; RuPaul’s Drag Race

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7968.2019v39n3p156



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