Como seria uma sociologia aplicada aos estudos da tradução?

Oscar Diaz Fouces, Esther Monzó, Talita Serpa, Paula Tavares Pinto

Resumo


O presente artigo tem por objetivo elencar algumas das principais vertentes sociológicas a fim de associá-las, de maneira produtiva, aos Estudos da Tradução de forma a promover o conceito de Sociologia Aplicada à Tradução (SAT). Esse rótulo foi escolhido porque buscamos destacar a oportunidade de atrair recursos, métodos e ferramentas de outros campos epistemológicos (os das Ciências Sociais) e realizar uma apropriação seletiva deles para o nosso âmbito disciplinar. Para tanto, traçamos um breve panorama de estudos, como os de Wolf (2002), Inghilleri (2003), Sapiro (2007), Sela-Sheffy (2005), Thoutenhoofd (2005) e Gouanvic (2007), entre outros, os quais fundamentam suas análises em conceitos advindos das diferentes leituras socioculturais. Dessa forma, compreendemos que tais leituras compartilham de uma estrutura metodológica e permitem conceber hipóteses válidas além de momentos específicos no tempo, espaços territoriais ou agentes sociais. Esta proposta irá inspirar a continuação e a réplica de pesquisas, e esperamos que essa inspiração se torne uma tarefa coletiva realizada por nossa área, com o intuito de promover a evolução da SAT.


Palavras-chave


Estudos da tradução; Sociologia da tradução; Sociologia aplicada à tradução

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