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Journal Title: Target
Volume/Issue:   25 / 1
Issue Title: Interdisciplinarity in Translation and Interpreting Process Research
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. vii, 154 pp.

Table of Contents

In Memoriam

Professor Miriam Shlesinger 1

Introduction 3 – 4

Articles

The borrowers: Researching the cognitive aspects of translation
Sharon O'Brien 5 – 17

Cognitive load in simultaneous interpreting: Measures and methods
Kilian G. Seeber 18 – 32

Extended Translation: A Sociocognitive Research Agenda
Hanna Risku and Florian Windhager 33 – 45

Towards a new linguistic-cognitive orientation in translation studies
Juliane House 46 – 60

Translation competence: Explaining development and stagnation from a dynamic systems perspective
Susanne Göpferich 61 – 76

Applying a newswriting research approach to translation
Maureen Ehrensberger-Dow and Daniel Perrin 77 – 92

Metaphor in translation: Possibilities for process research
Christina Schäffner and Mark Shuttleworth 93 – 106

Investigating the conceptual-procedural distinction in the translation process: A relevance-theoretic analysis of micro and macro translation units
Fabio Alves and José Luiz Gonçalves 107 – 124

The role of archival and manuscript research in the investigation of translator decision-making
Jeremy Munday 125 – 139

Sound effects in translation
Inger M. Mees, Barbara Dragsted, Inge Gorm Hansen and Arnt Lykke Jakobsen 140 – 154
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
Cognitive Science
 
LL Issue: 24.1257