http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/issue/feed Linguistica Antverpiensia, New Series – Themes in Translation Studies 2022-03-16T13:00:27+00:00 LANS-TTS lans.ttss@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><img style="margin: 0px 10px 10px 0px; float: left;" src="https://lans-tts.uantwerpen.be/public/site/images/isabelle/couverture-lans.jpg" alt="" width="165" height="200" /><strong>Linguistica<em> Antverpiensia, New Series – Themes in Translation Studies</em> (LANS – TTS) is an annual, peer-reviewed, open-access publication devoted to the study of translation and interpreting that is indexed in the Web of Science. The journal is not bound to any particular school of thought or academic group.</strong></p> <p>Translation is understood to be a dynamic form of communication which has strong roots in the society and culture that produce it and is conceived as an integral part of the production and reproduction of culture in the broadest sense.</p> <p><strong>Our current ISSN is 2295-5739. Between 2002 (issue 1) and 2012 (issue 11), we were not in open access and had a different ISSN, i.e. 0304-2294. Please note that "Linguistica Antverpiensia" ceased to exist in 2001.</strong></p> <p>With the support of the <a href="https://www.fondationuniversitaire.be/en">University Foundation</a> and of the <a href="https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/research-groups/translation-interpreting/">Trics Research group</a> (University of Antwerp)</p> <p><strong><img class="header__logo-image" src="https://www.fondationuniversitaire.be/sites/default/files/fus_vector_0.png" alt="Home" /></strong></p> <p> </p> http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/26 Habits of the mind and its relationship to achievement and creative intelligence for fifth-grade scientific students 2021-12-22T06:17:38+00:00 Asst.Prof.Dr . Suhad Abdul Ameer Abbood s@s.c <p>The aim of study to find out the level of the habits of the mind and their relationship to achievement and creative intelligence among students of the fifth grade scientific (biological) in the subject of chemistry. The descriptive method (the relational method) was used to suit the objectives of the research. 40 student, chosen randomly, three research tools were prepared, namely, the Habits of Mind Scale composed of (28) items, and an achievement test consisting of (20) items of the type of objective questions (multiple choice) as well as a test on creative intelligence that was composed of ( 18) paragraph, verifying the validity and reliability of the research tools, was applied to the research tools on the core sample in the first semester of the year 2020-2021. The results were shown using the Pearson correlation coefficient and the T-test for one sample for:</p> <p>1- The existence of statistically significant differences between the average of students ’scores and the hypothetical average in the habits of mind test, in favor of the hypothetical average, which gave an indication of the weak students’ possession of habits of mind.</p> <p>2- The existence of statistically significant differences between the average grades of students and the hypothetical average in the achievement test, in favor of the average score of students, and the results indicated the good achievement of the students.</p> <p>3- The existence of statistically significant differences between the average score of students and the hypothetical average in the creative intelligence test, and in favor of the average scores of students on the test, which gives an indication of students' possession of creative intelligence.</p> <p>4- There is a strong positive correlation between the habits of the mind, academic achievement and creative mathematical intelligence among the scientific (biological) fifth-grade students.</p> <p>In light of the results and conclusions, the researcher recommended a set of recommendations and proposals.</p> 2021-12-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/27 The Symbolic Design of Public Information: The Role of Application in the Construction of Campus Culture 2021-12-22T06:21:57+00:00 Tao Xin, Jin Zhuo* s@s.c <p>Symbol is a medium for expressing and disseminating human thoughts, as well as an intermediary and bridge between the material world and the spiritual world. In the era of rapid development and complex urban life, the symbols of public information plays an important role in promoting communication and mutual understanding between people in different cultures and languages. As the main disseminator of public information, the symbolic design of public information is an important factor in achieving this function. Therefore, to realize the effectiveness of information dissemination, scientific thinking and the methods of systematic design are needed. Strengthening the symbolic design of public information in the construction of campus culture can educate students from multiple aspects and angles, and increase the penetration and attractiveness of ideological and political education. This article explains the meaning and characteristics of symbol and symbolic design. It is necessary to introduce the symbolic design of public information into the construction of campus culture to provide new research perspectives and theoretical resources for the construction of campus culture.</p> 2021-12-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/28 Activating the role of Saudi universities in the renaissance and development of interdisciplinary scientific research between various health sciences and others using artificial intelligence 2021-12-22T06:24:49+00:00 Aida Albasalah, Samar Alshawwa* , Razan Alarnous s@s.m <p>Artificial Intelligence “AI” has become a vital area of research in all fields in the 21st century: science, engineering, education, business, medicine, accounting, marketing, finance, economics, law, stock market, among others. The array of artificial intelligence has increased extremely since the intelligence of machines with machine learning abilities has produced immense impacts on governments, society and business. AI also influences the larger developments in worldwide sustainability. The primary aim of the present study is to evaluate the obstacles to activating artificial intelligence and exploitation of information revolution in scientific research in the fields of health sciences and humanities, the objectives of scientific research using artificial intelligence in universities, the mechanisms for activating scientific research for students in the universities by using the artificial intelligence, the obstacles to activating the role of scientific research directed to serve health and human sciences using technology using technology and artificial intelligence as well as the correlation between these variables. A simple random sampling technique was utilized for this study. A structured questionnaire was administered to individuals associated with Universities in Saudi Arabia. The data sample consisted of 257 respondents. The collected data was statistically analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 20. The study showed that the objectives of scientific research using artificial intelligence in universities are a significant positive predictor of obstacles to activating artificial intelligence and exploiting the information revolution in the health and human scientific research in Saudi universities. The study also revealed that there is statistical significant (p &lt; 0.05) correlation between each of the variables</p> 2021-12-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/30 Further Improvement of the Institutional Framework to Identify Job Positions for Civil Servants in State Administrative Agencies in Vietnam 2022-01-17T09:36:03+00:00 Nguyen Binh An, Tran Thi Hai Yen s@s.c <p>This research analyzes the concept of job positions for civil servants in state administrative agencies. And based on the current situation of job positions for civil servants, the author suggests some solutions to improve the institutional framework for determining job positions for civil servants in Vietnam today.</p> 2021-12-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/31 Porcelain Sculpture of Jingdezhen Kilns: The Development of Technology and Art in Song and Yuan Dynasties 2022-01-24T08:27:11+00:00 Xu Zhihua s@s.c <p>The porcelain sculpture of Jingdezhen Kilns in Song and Yuan Dynasties is the most precious first-choice collections in the field of porcelain sculpture art in contemporary society. The exquisite materials, the exquisite craftsmanship, the high artistic level, and the harmony of Buddhism, Taoism, and religion make the porcelain sculptures both elegant and popular. The gathering of artisans in the porcelain industry in the south and the north, the use of the dual formula of shadow celadon and porcelain clay, the tendency of humanity to be refined, and the concept of "Cheng-Zhu Taoism" brought the porcelain-making technology and art of this period to a new heights.</p> 2022-01-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/32 Research on The Narrative Method in Museum Space Design 2022-03-16T12:50:19+00:00 Yao Zhang s@s.c <p>This paper is based on the situation that the research on the application of current literary narrative theory in the field of design and other fields has achieved good results, considers the current development status and future development trends of museums in China, explores the narrative methods in museum space design, and explores the path of the combination of narrative theory and space design, thus, makes the space more appealing, attracts and infects more museum visitors, deepens the impression of visitors, and allows modern museum to continue to play their roles in social education and realize the sustainable development of museum.</p> <p><strong>References</strong></p> <ol> <li>Shang Yunan, Xie Zhenlin. Research on the Application of Narrative Design Techniques in Museum Space. Design Art Research, 2021,11(05):48-56.</li> <li>Yu Weili. Discussion on the architectural space design of Qinling Geological Museum based on space narrative theory. City Building,2021,18(19):140-143.</li> <li>Zhang Luxin. Research on the Construction of Museum Exhibition Space and Narrative Design. Art and Design (Theory),2020,2(12):56-58.</li> <li>Zhang Shumiao, Xu Lei.Research on Museum Narrative Structure and Experience Design. Fine Arts Education Research,2019(13):80-81.</li> <li>Zeng Keming, Cao Guoyuan. Analysis of the narrative design strategy of the museum's architectural space form. Fine Arts Journal,2019(03):122-127.</li> <li>Wu Jiangxue. Sequence Analysis of Museum Exhibition Space Based on Space Narrative. Residence,2018(15):95.</li> <li>Tang Zhengyan.The application of plot narration in museum space design. Design,2018(01):136-138.</li> <li>Li Bing, Li Yinping.Research on the Narrative Design of the Leading Space of Yinxu Museum. Building Materials World,2017,38(04):141-148.</li> <li>Zhao Ling. Research on the Teaching of Museum Exhibition Design Based on Space Narrative Theory. Fine Arts Education Research,2017(13):106-107.</li> <li>Li Nvxian. Sequence Analysis of Museum Exhibition Space Based on Space Narrative. Furniture and interior decoration,2015(08):82-83.</li> </ol> 2021-12-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 http://upa-editions.com/index.php/LANS-TTS/article/view/33 Measuring the Extent to which a Child with Autism Accepts Writing and Reading in his Mother Tongue and in other Languages 2022-03-16T13:00:27+00:00 Aida Albasalah, Razan Alarnous, Ghazi Chakrounc, Elham Alhifthy, Saleh M. Alsalehi, Munira Muhammad Al-Murab* & Samar Alshawwa* s@s.c <p>The development of language is usually impaired among individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A lack of corresponding language development with age is an early indication that a child might be autistic. Some individuals with severe ASD never know how to speak throughout their life. More often than not, when children living with autism begin to speak, their speech is extremely limited in terms of syntax and vocabulary, and also has unusual intonation and pitch. The purpose of this study is to find out the extent to which children with ASD accept reading and writing in their mother tongue and in a second language; to ascertain the difficulty faced by autistic children face in communicating and other social interaction, and the challenges their parents/caregivers have to go through in taking care of them; and recommend possible solutions to reducing the difficulties that both children with autism and their parents face. The data which comprised report from 180 parents of children with autism were retrieved from the Shifae database. 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