Propaganda and Cultural Diplomacy through Translation in Communist Romania. A Case in Point: Romanian Review

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Title: Propaganda and Cultural Diplomacy through Translation in Communist Romania. A Case in Point: Romanian Review
Authors: Iliescu Gheorghiu, Catalina
Research Group/s: INTERCULTURALIDAD, COGNICIÓN, INTERPRETACIÓN, TRADUCCIÓN Y ORGANIZACIÓN de la interacción comunicativa (INCOGNITO) | Inglés Profesional y Académico (IPA)
Center, Department or Service: Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Traducción e Interpretación
Keywords: Paradiplomacy | Propaganda | Thème translation | Romanian Review
Knowledge Area: Traducción e Interpretación
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Universitații din Oradea
Citation: Analele Universităţii din Oradea, Seria Relaţii Internaţionale şi Studii Europene. 2018, 10: 27-34
Abstract: Some authors understand paradiplomacy, classified by Kuznetsov (2015) into eleven major domains, as the participation of non-central governments in International Relations through networking (permanent, or ad-hoc) with public or private entities to promote socioeconomic or cultural development (Cornago Prieto, 2000). Cultural diplomacy has been, and still is, an essential tool not only in its international dimension, but also as a decisive device in domestic projection (labelled by some scholars “intermestic affairs”). In this paper I will bring into discussion a cultural product based entirely on translations and intended as a propaganda tool during the communist era in twentieth century Romania.
ISSN: 2067-1253 (Print) | 2067-3647 (Online)
Language: eng
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Rights: © Universitații din Oradea
Peer Review: si
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