Behind the Mind: Methods, Models and Results in Translation Process Research

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Susanne Göpferich, Arnt Lykke Jakobsen, Inger M. Mees
Samfundslitteratur, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 257 pages
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The Copenhagen Studies in Language Series includes studies of language for general purposes and also language for special purposes (LSP). It covers grammar, semantics, pragmatics, text linguistics and translation, both from theoretical and applied perspectives. It is editorial policy to bring out the journal in the form of a series of thematic volumes. Although produced from the Copenhagen Business School (CBS), the journal welcomes contributions from linguists based at other institutions either in Denmark or the wider world. This volume is the second of two bringing together a number of empirical studies by scholars working in the field of translation process research. This collection contains ten papers describing various translation experiments using Translog and/or think-aloud methodology. Contributors include members of the EU Eye-to-IT project; the Graz TransComp longitudinal study; researchers at CBS; and colleagues from the universities of Zagreb, Croatia; Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; Bar-Ilan, Israel; and UFMG; Brazil.
 

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Contents

Behind the mind of translators
1
Gerrit BayerHohenwarter
39
Kristian T H Jensen
61
Natasa Pavlovic
81
Dorrit Faber and Mette HjortPedersen
107
Louise Denver
125
Brenda Malkiel
149
Ricardo Munoz Martin
167
Fabio Alves and Tania Liparini Campos
191
Stamenov
219
Notes on contributors
253
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