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Volume 32, Issue 2
  • ISSN 0213-2028
  • E-ISSN: 2254-6774

Abstract

Resumen

Documentamos y analizamos una comunidad china de , que traduce y subtitula series y películas hispanas, explorando los recursos y estrategias que se utilizan para comprender y transcribir del español y traducir al chino. Con etnografía virtual (Hine, 2000), combinando observación participante, entrevistas en profundidad y análisis de contenido, los resultados describen una comunidad jerárquica, con normas que regulan los procesos colaborativos de escritura y traducción, que incluyen el uso de estrategias multimodales sofisticadas (empleo creativo de recursos técnicos, lingüísticos y webs, prácticas de ). La comunidad también desarrolla sus propios criterios sobre lo que es una buena traducción, con roles y actitudes de aprendices serios ante los errores cometidos. Dichas prácticas ejemplifican otras características relevantes de las comunidades digitales (productividad fan, mediación cultural, traducción audiovisual y ) y ofrecen recursos interesantes para aplicar a la enseñanza formal de L2.

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