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آليات تحليل الخطاب الإعلامي للصحف الليبية دراسة تحليلية لصحيفتي الصباح وليبيا الإخبارية

تقدم هذه الدراسة نماذج تطبيقيـة لآليـات تحليـل الخطـاب الإعلامـي للصـحف الليبيـة. منطلقـة مـن السؤال عن الأدوات المستخدمة في كتابة النصوص الإعلامية الإخبارية، وكيفية استخدامها؟ وللإجابة على هذا السؤال؛ تستعرض الدراسة الأدوات اللغويـة المسـتخدمة في الأخبـار التـي تتنـاول الأحـداث الليبيـة السياسية الجارية، وذلك بالتطبيق على كافة المواد التحريرية الأخبارية التي نشرتها أعداد مختلفـة مـن صحيفتي الصباح وليبيا الأخبارية الليبية خـلال الفـترة مـن أول أبريـل وحتـى سـبتمبر 2019، والبـالغ عددها 24 عدداً، بمعدل عددين من كل شهر. وتجادل الدراسة بأن صحيفتي العينة استخدمتا العديد من الأدوات اللغويـة التـي تـأتي تحـت مسـمى التحليـل النقـدي للخطـاب، مثــل التعتـيم (Concealment (والـتملص (Evading (وطريقـة تقـديم الشخصيات الفاعلة في المجتمع (Actors Social of Representation ،(وغهـا مـن الأدوات الأخـرى، أثناء تغطيتها لهذه الأحداث بصياغات وأهداف ومرسات اجتعية وعوامل سياسية وسياقية مختلفـة مصاحبة للنص الإخباري، التي من شأنها أن توجه رأي القارئ نحو قضايا ما، بما يتوافق مع النهج الكتابي الممارس من قبل هيئة تحرير الصحيفت. وتناولت هذه الدراسة أيضاً أهمية استخدام تحليل الخطاب عامة والتحليل النقدي للخطاب على وجـه الخصـوص في مجـال الدراسـات الإعلاميـة، مـن منظـور اللغـة واسـتخداماتها، وبالسـياقات الاجتعيـة والثقافية والسياسية المحيطة بالخطاب الإعلامي، موضحة كذلك الإ شكاليات التي تواجـه هـذا الأسـلوب بسبب غموض مفهومه وتداخل طبيعته مع العلوم الأخرى مثل السياسة والاجتماع.
حمزة امحمد الثلب, خالد أبوالقاسم غلام(6-2019)
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الترجمة والمصدر: دراسة حالة لتقرير إخباري حول دواء "ديكساميثازون"

تدرس هذه الورقة الدور المهم الذي يلعبه المترجم في أ أروقة المؤسسات ا لاخبارية. وتشير اليه بالتركيز على ذكر المصادر عند الترجمة. وتبحث الدراسة في خبر دواء "ديكساميثازون" الذي نشرته البي بي سي، وتم نقله الى اللغة العربية. ركزت الدراسة على أ أربع مقالات اخبارية نشرت الخبر باللغة العربية. وبينت الدراسة أ أن دور المترجم مختفي بشكل ش به كلي عند كتابة التقارير ا لاخبارية.
حمزة الثلب(1-2020)
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دليل المترجم في الميدان

كتاب يحتوي على نصوص مختلفة من الواقع الليبي (عربي إنجليزي والعكس)
حمزة امحمد الثلب, ميلاد محمد شرباك(1-2017)

Using Address Terms in showing Politeness with Reference to Their Translation from Arabic into English

This paper aims to investigate the translation of address terms between Arabic and English. Those terms belong to different systems in both languages. Certain characteristics of an address term in one culture tend to be lost when translated into another. Therefore, politeness theory will be used in order to find out whether the politeness intended by using an address term is transferred into the target language or not. For this study, a number of address terms are selected from a novel, Madiq Alley. Those terms are delivered to a number of subjects in a questionnaire. The analysis points out the use of such systems and how each system applies different politeness strategies to show respect and deference. The findings indicate that some patterns of face-work are lost in the translation process and that the relational terms of address are more challenging to translate than the absolute ones.
Hamza Ethelb(7-2015)
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The Translator as Journalist: Getting Across the Ideological Intricacies of Translating News

The role of translators in news reporting has recently been gaining increasing attention. The process of translating news seems to be influenced by the ideological and political preferences of the news networks. This paper aims to investigate the influence of news organisations on the practices of news translation; that is, the social practices within an institution promoting a particular discourse, ideology or belief. It underlines the role of news translators/journalists in media discourse. It also looks at whether news translators, or journalists, are influenced by the ideological tendencies or political leanings of news institutions. In addition, the paper situates the topic of news translation within the ideological turn of Translation Studies. For the purpose of this enquiry, news articles were collected from Aljazeera and Al-Arabiya to see how translation is being conducted in news agencies. This study shows that news items can be ideologically altered to conform with the news organisations values by using a number of translation strategies. These alterations occur on the textual and lexical levels of the news items, making them carry a different representation of the news story at hand.
Hamza Ethelb(1-2019)
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The People or the Police: Who to Blame?

One news event may be represented differently by different news organizations. Research in news representation remains sparse in Arabic. This article investigates some of the linguistic and textual devices used in journalistic texts. It looks at the way these devices are used to influence public opinion. This gives rise to significance of conducting this research. This study uses these devices within the framework of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA). For the purpose of this study, four news articles produced by Aljazeera and Al-Arabiya were examined under CDA in order to show how journalists structure their news stories to imply an ideological stance. The analysis showed that Aljazeera and Al-Arabiya represented the people and the police differently, each according to their ideological and political leanings. This resulted in the public having different opinions of the event.
Hamza Ethelb(1-2020)
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Thematic Analysis in Translating English and Arabic Scientific Texts

The thematic and information structure of scientific and technical texts are arguably different among languages. This study examines the thematic structure of scientific texts in English and Arabic to see the differences in the hierarchical organization at different thematic levels. It adopts Halliday’s functional model of theme-rheme and applies it to English and Arabic scientific texts. The paper mainly investigates the three levels of theme: textual, interpersonal and experiential with the intention of discussing their translations into Arabic. It uses a corpus data of two scientific texts. The syntactic and textual elements of those texts were compared and contrasted and professional translations were provided to study the Arabic thematic structure. The data provides English and Arabic versions which allow for a comparable analysis of structure, convention and style. The study reveals that the most frequent type of themes and thematic progression is the experiential theme. It shows that those experiential themes are almost always occupying initial positions. The structure of themes has the tendency to be reproduced in the translation. However, the findings of this investigation indicate that position of themes may change as a result of translation, or changed from experiential into textual.
Hamza Ethelb(8-2019)
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mediating ideology in news headlines: A Case Study of Post-Revolution Egypt

The area of news translation is recently gaining increasing interest in Translation Studies. Research in this area has also begun to receive greater attention, although it remains less frequent in relation to Arabic translation. The intricacies of translating news lie in the fact that they are ideologically-loaded. This paper seeks to investigate the impact of ideology in mediating news headlines from English into Arabic. This study draws on Hatim and Mason's (1997) distinction of the impingement of ideology on translation to meet a set of beliefs and systems of a particular media institution. For this study, 32 news headlines produced by Reuters covering Egypt's post-Arab Spring uprising were examined. Of these, 22 of them were mediated by Al-Arabiya and 10 by Aljazeera on their Arabic webpages, and these were examined to see the degree of ideology mediation. The paper also investigates the nature of news translation, and asks whether this complex process is adequately and clearly defined within the field of Translation Studies. It has been shown that the news headlines have been ideologically mediated in a way that completely different from the original texts and conform to the news organizations’ political/ideological leanings. This resulted in reformulating a different Arabic version from the original.
Hamza Ethelb(5-2016)
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