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Title: Translating ‘The Respectful School: How Educators and Students Can Conquer Hate and Harassment’ into Arabic with an English Introduction
Authors: Anfal Jafar Redha 
Supervisor: Dr. Mashael Al-Hamly
Keywords: The Respectful School, Hate and Harassment
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher:  Kuwait university - college of graduate studies
Abstract: The present applied thesis begins with an introduction which discusses procedures used to accomplish the translation of ‘The Respectful School’. The introduction aims to explore the gaps between the English text and the Arabic translation, and tries to fill them. These gaps occur at the phonological, morphological and lexical levels. The introduction also discusses other major problematic issues that occurred during translation as well, such as conjunctions, cognate accusatives, idiomatic expressions, omission, addition, reference, passive voice and finally culture-specific expressions. The Arabic translation of "The Respectful School: How Educators and Students Can Conquer Hate and Harassment" is an attempt to shed light on the risk of the spread of hate and harassment in schools and colleges, and its severe impacts on students at the emotional and physical levels. The authors, Stephen Wessler and co-author William Preble, emphasize the essential role played by teachers, staff and administrators in responding to harassment immediately and firmly before it escalates from words to threats, and then to physical violence. In fact, no matter how strong the curriculums, it will not achieve its promising goals if students who get harassed or expect to get harassed one day focus on their fears rather than their studies.
Appears in Programs:0320 Translation

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