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“So You Want to be an Author”: The Yellow Brick Road of Translation, Adaptation, and Translated PlagiarismDownload
During the Soviet era, the practice of retelling foreign fiction was relatively common. In 1939, translator Alexander M. Volkov, took the liberty of retelling a well-known Western tale. To be more precise, Volkov changed the title and the names of the characters, omitted and added some chapters,...
“More German than the Germans:” A linguistic examination of representation and identity in two German-Canadian communitiesDownload
This thesis is a linguistic examination of the construction of German-Canadian identity in two urban Canadian communities: Edmonton, Alberta and Waterloo, Ontario. Combining the complementary frameworks of van Dijk’s (1995) Discourse Analysis as Ideology Analysis and Carbaugh’s (2007) Cultural...
Écrire l'espace acadien: dialectique du rural et de l'urbain dans les oeuvres de Claude LeBouthillier et Gérald LeblancDownload
This thesis utilizes postmodern readings of spaces to demonstrate how 1) Acadian spaces in literature participate in a larger palimpsest narrative originating in the founding texts of French America – essentially those of Jacques Cartier, Marc Lescarbot – and mostly in Evangeline, the epic poem...
Writing Research Articles in Discrete Mathematics: A Rhetorical, Multimodal Genre Analysis and PedagogyDownload
This dissertation reports my rhetorical, multimodal genre analysis of research articles (RAs) in discrete mathematics and its pedagogical applications. The increasing demand on graduate students to publish their research in English and the need of these students to write in the key genres of...
The messages of Free People of Colour were spread through subtle and subversive poetry and song in 19th century French Louisiana. Reuniting the lyrical poetry with the original music provides a deep and rich understanding of the intentions and meaning of the poems. The songs portray the French...
Waking Ned Devine: une traduction franco acadienne pour locuteurs acadiens, franco-canadiens, et francophones d’ailleurs et partoutDownload
The following study aimed to show the need for Franco-Canadian dubbings outside of France, and so as to elaborate the existing issues in audiovisual translation, the film Waking Ned Devine (2001) was translated into Acadian French (with Chiac components). The main goal of this study was to...
Vocabulary learning through reading: The effects of multimedia glosses for contextualized vocabulary use and acquisitionDownload
Research in the field of incidental vocabulary learning through reading has concentrated on various types of foci. In particular input enhancement techniques such as glosses have been the subject of many studies (Ariew & Ercetin, 2004; Ko, 2005; Miyasako, 2002; Yoshii & Flaitz, 2002), leading to...