An Eco-Translatology Approach to the English Translation of Chinese Internet Catchwords

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In this article, qualitative analysis is adopted. Data of internet catchwords are chosen from those popular in recent five years. The thesis aims at throwing lights on further studies of the English translation of Chinese internet catchwords and promoting the worldwide transmission of Chinese internet catchwords and internet culture. It is hoped that the dissertation could provide a new perspective for the study of internet catchwords.

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Wang, F. (2014) An Eco-Translatology Approach to the English Translation of Chinese Internet Catchwords. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 52-61. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.210007.

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