On Socialist Ideology Education and Translation Syllabus Design in the New Era: A Case Study on Course Design of Translation of Texts of Current Affairs

Wei WANG, Weihong ZHOU

Abstract


The present study discusses the integration of socialist ideology with translation teaching by surveying the design of the course of Translation of Texts of Current Affairs. Guided by Marxism and core socialist values, he translation course shall take a series of concrete principles into consideration so as to achieve the socialist education objective.


Keywords


Rewriting theory; Ideology; Poetics; Patron

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11488

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