This article analyses the way in which specialised languages are increasingly at the core of many fictional products created for (and enjoyed by) the masses. In particular, the paper focuses on some of the disciplines belonging to the more general category of forensic science, in an attempt to explore the various (intralinguistic and intersemiotic) translation strategies adopted during the process which led to the insertion of these disciplines in the popular television series Bones.

"Making 'Specialised' languages 'Popular' via Audio-Visual Material" / Canepari, Michela. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 134-146.

"Making 'Specialised' languages 'Popular' via Audio-Visual Material"

CANEPARI, Michela
2016

Abstract

This article analyses the way in which specialised languages are increasingly at the core of many fictional products created for (and enjoyed by) the masses. In particular, the paper focuses on some of the disciplines belonging to the more general category of forensic science, in an attempt to explore the various (intralinguistic and intersemiotic) translation strategies adopted during the process which led to the insertion of these disciplines in the popular television series Bones.
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"Making 'Specialised' languages 'Popular' via Audio-Visual Material" / Canepari, Michela. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 134-146.
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