Perspectives-Studies in Translation Theory and Practice

(The median citation count of Perspectives-Studies in Translation Theory and Practice is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Online collaborative translation: its ethical, social, and conceptual conditions and consequences24
The quality of templates in subtitling. A survey on current market practices and changing subtitler competences15
Translating legal terminology and phraseology: between inter-systemic incongruity and multilingual harmonization13
Current trends in localizing video games into Arabic: localization levels and gamers’ preferences13
What has changed with neural machine translation? A critical review of human factors12
The use of resources for legal terminological decision-making: patterns and profile variations among institutional translators10
Organizational ergonomics of translation as a powerful predictor of translators’ happiness at work?9
News translation of reported conflicts: a corpus-based account of positioning9
Presenting China’s image through the translation of comments: a case study of the WeChat subscription account of Reference News9
Crisis interpreting and Deaf community access in the COVID-19 pandemic9
Consultation behaviour with online resources in English-Chinese translation: an eye-tracking, screen-recording and retrospective study8
Methodological concerns in online translation community research: a reflexive netnography on translator’s communal habitus8
The reception of swearing in film dubbing: a cross-cultural case study8
Analysis of speech rhythm and heart rate as indicators of stress on student interpreters7
Latest trends in audiovisual translation7
Constructing the image of Japan as a tourist destination: translation procedures for culture-specific items6
Towards a definition of transcreation: a systematic literature review6
Understanding rubric use in peer assessment of translation6
Interactive reception of online literary translation: the translator-readers dynamics in a discussion forum6
National and EU judicial phraseology under the magnifying glass: a corpus-assisted analysis of complex prepositions in Spanish6
The role of subtitling on Netflix: an audience study6
The effect of cognitive load on simultaneous interpreting performance: an empirical study at the local level6
Ideological shifts in the BBC headlines translated into Ukrainian and Russian5
Interpreting accuracy revisited: a refined approach to interpreting performance analysis5
Interpreter-mediated doctor-patient interactions: interprofessional education in the training of future interpreters and doctors5
Subtitled artefacts as communication – the case ofOcean’s ElevenScene 125
Note-taking effort in video remote interpreting: effects of source speech difficulty and interpreter work experience5
Colour coding subtitles in multilingual films – a reception study5
Using unfilled pauses to measure (dis)fluency in English-Chinese consecutive interpreting: in search of an optimal pause threshold(s)5
AmericanHouse of Cardsin Persian: culture and ideology in dubbing in Iran4
Could integrated subtitles benefit young viewers? Children’s reception of standard and integrated subtitles: a mixed methods approach using eye tracking4
Interpreting nonmainstream ideology (Euroscepticism) in the European Parliament4
Translating the International Panel on climate change reports: standardisation of terminology in synthesis reports from 1990 to 20144
The impact of awards on the translation and circulation of children’s literature into semi-peripheral and peripheral languages4
‘Lost’ in interpreting and ‘found’ in translation: using an intermodal, multidirectional parallel corpus to investigate the rendition of numbers4
The process and product of note-taking and consecutive interpreting: empirical data from professionals and students4
Working conditions and collaborative practices in the translation of French film: subtitling banlieue cinema4
Subtitling speed in Media Accessibility research: some methodological considerations3
The European Union’s translation policies, practices and ideologies: time for a translation turn3
Translating English humor into Chinese subtitles: a semiotic perspective3
Measuring translation revision competence and post-editing competence in translation trainees: methodological issues3
Translating property law terms: an investigation of Greek notarial deeds and their English translations3
Agency, paratextuality, and queer pedagogy: analysing Javier Sáez del Álamo’s translator’s notes3
Remembering the multilingual: translation, memory and food in Amida’s Table Fare3
Supporting inter-peripheral literary circulation the impact of institutional funders of Italian and Portuguese language literatures in Sweden3
The internationalization of Georgian literature: Georgia as the guest of honour at the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair3
Professional and amateur AVT. The Italian dubbing, subtitling and fansubbing of The Handmaid’s Tale3
An examination of the accreditation process for sworn translators–interpreters in Spain3
Provoke or encourage improvements? On semantic prosody in English-to-Polish translation3
The fourth dimension in translation: time and disposability3
Considering foreignization and domestication in EU legal translation: a corpus-based study3
Interpreters who explicitate talk more. On the relationship between explicitating styles and retrospective styles in simultaneous interpreting3
From national to supranational institutionalisation: a microdiachronic study of the post-accession evolution of the Polish Eurolect3
‘Trauma informs so much of what happens:’ interpreting refugee-background clients in Aotearoa New Zealand3
Translating the translated: the applicability of translated literary texts to the subtitling of their film adaptations3
Source text readers as censors in the digital age: a paratextual examination of the English translation of Wuhan Diary3
Enough is enough: how much intonation is needed in the vocal delivery of audio description?3
Ocean's Eleven scene 12 – lost in transcription3
Creating research-based resources for court interpreters: an illustrative study on translation-oriented terminological records about Spanish criminal proceedings3
A homogenous or heterogeneous audience? Audio description preferences of persons with congenital blindness, non-congenital blindness and low vision2
Diachronic observation of lexical and syntactic patterns in English translations of Taiwan patent texts2
Mapping the structure of interpreting studies in China (1996–2019) through co-word analysis2
Insights into the dubbing process: a genetic analysis of the Spanish dubbed version of Ocean’s Eleven2
Translators and identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s transfiction2
Dubbing multilingual movies into Persian: a case of invented languages as the third language2
Contrastive images of journalists and Chinese premiers in interpreter-mediated press conferences: a case study of Chinese ‘xiexie’2
Phraseology in multilingual EU legislation: a corpus-based study of translated multi-word terms2
Stress experienced by Polish sworn translators and interpreters2
Audio description and interpreting training: a comparison of assessment criteria from the perspective of learners2
Intersemiotic translation as a cognitive artifact – from Webern’s serialism to concrete poetry2
Interprofessional relations in interpreted lawyer-client interviews. An Australian case study2
Market concentration in the language services industry and working conditions for translators2
Transcreation in marketing: a corpus-based study of persuasion in optional shifts from English to Chinese2
A beautiful little fool? Retranslating Daisy Buchanan inThe Great Gatsby2
Sophisticating the image of Avonlea in the earliest Polish translation ofAnne of Green Gablesby Lucy Maud Montgomery2
Are parallel translation tasks parallel in difficulty? an eye-tracking study2
Translating and literary agenting: Anna Holmwood’sLegends of the Condor Heroes2
The influence of monomodal and multimodal presentation on translation error recognition: an empirical approach2
A corpus-based approach to the translation of conceptual metaphors in legal language: Chinese Yuān (冤) and English ‘Injustice’, ‘Wrong’ and ‘Tort’2
The concatenation effect hypothesis in complex indirect translations: translating the Arabian Nights into Gaelic and Japanese2
Use of explicitation by interpreting students and its contribution to consecutive interpreting performance: A developmental perspective2
Children’s picturebooks: LGBTQ translation2
Interpreter-mediated access to the written record in police interviews2
Comparative research into translator status: Finland and Sweden as a case in point2
Low-hanging fruits, usual suspects, and pure serendipity: towards a layered methodological framework on translators and interpreters’ ideological language use drawing on the synergy of CDA and corpus 2
Translation support policies vs book industry practice in non-English settings2
Translating hierarchy in Hideo Yokoyama’s Six Four2
Elicitation of particular grammatical structures in speeches for interpreting research: enhancing ecological validity of experimental research in interpreting2
When was co-drafting ‘invented’? On history and concepts in Legal Translation Studies2
The politics of time in early Chinese translation of Western modernity2
Translating spaces and memories of migration: the case of the Red Star Line Museum2
Source-orientation vs. target-orientation as conceptualized in metaphors for translation and the translator2
Translating Marxism as a philosophy of modernity in China: the case of the Manifesto of the Communist Party2
The look of the con: eleven thoughts on the historical absence of subtitles in film analysis2
Who has the final say? English translation of online lockdown writing Wuhan Diary1
Chinese wills in Hong Kong: George Jamieson's translation of Qing inheritance law and the Hong Kong judiciary's understanding of Chinese wills1
Transformational strategies in diaphasic translation: three case studies1
Untranslatability and the ethics of pause1
Literary translators and technology: SCOT as a proactive and flexible approach1
Investigating positive/negative bias in Canadian newspapers through translation: a study of ‘confidence’ in a corpus of business news1
Imitation as rewriting: Zhou Zuoren’s approach to William Blake’s poems on children in May Fourth China1
‘A picture of hell on earth’: Translating imagery in Hiroshima memoirs1
Perspectives on interpreting1
‘Many different practices, one name.’ A semasiological counterweight to an onomasiological approach in search for a fuller phenomenology of translation1
Translators’ manipulation of texts: the case of children’s books on gender equality1
Translation as a professional service: an overview of a fragmented field of practice1
How does philosophy learn to speak a new language?1
‘You can book an interpreter the same way you order your Uber': (re)interpreting work and digital labour platforms1
Applying the Discourse Dynamics Approach to metaphors for women in the Spanish translation of the Chinese novelWei Cheng1
Reading gender in classics of children’s literature: the anthropomorphic representation of gender in Carlo Collodi’s Le Avventure di Pinocchio1
Thinking-for-translating in comics: a case-study of Asterix1
Post-editing machine translated subtitles: examining the effects of non-verbal input on student translators’ effort1
Hans-Georg Gadamer’s philosophy of understanding and its implications for a model of hermeneutical translation competence1
A human evaluation of English-Slovak machine translation1
Translation history, translators’ stories1
USIS-funded literary translation in Hong Kong in the Cultural Cold War: a study of literary translations inWorld Today(1949-1952)1
What motor vehicles and translation machines have in common - a first step towards a translation automation taxonomy1
Institutional translators’ mediation of CPC Work Reports diachronically through personal pronouns: a corpus-based discourse analysis approach1
The vicissitudes of untranslatability1
A tale of two disciplines? Philosophy in/on translation1
The explanatory power of descriptive translation studies in the machine translation era1
A theoretical model to elucidate the elusive concept ‘voice' for interpreters1
Evaluative language and gender stereotyping: a case study of the perpetuation of sexism in literary translation1
Eye-voice span in sight interpreting: an eye-tracking investigation1
Interpreting for Tagore in 1920s China: a study from the perspective of Said’s traveling theory1
Identifying fluency parameters for a machine-learning-based automated interpreting assessment system1
Man or machine? Comparing the difficulty of human translation versus neural machine translation post-editing1
Digitalisation, neo-Taylorism and translation in the 2020s1
Interdisciplinary exchange and multicultural complementarity of translation studies in the age of globalization: an interview with Professor José Lambert1
The impact of translation subsidies on publishing decisions in smaller European countries1
Translating emotions: a netnography of affect in a conference interpreting case during COVID-191
Tension in translation: Spain’s and Catalonia’s discourse on independence1
Book translation policy of China Foreign Languages Bureau from 1949 to 1999: a historical and bibliometric perspective1
Quantitative research on what motivates Korean TED translators to translate1
Epistemic translation: towards an ecology of knowledges1
Ocean's Eleven stand-alone Scene 12 with subtitles – a gift for teaching, what lessons for research?1
Reconstructing the gendered subaltern subject: Chinese rural migrant women in literary translation1
Teaching how to teach translation: tribulations of a tandem-learning model1
Help me to help you to help me: a conversation analytic study of other-initiated repairs in a case of Korean–Russian interpreter-mediated investigative interviews in South Korea1
Translating the literatures of stateless cultures in Spain: translation grants and institutional support at the Frankfurt Book Fair1
Audio description of gender: self-description as an evocation of identity1
When we rise: comparing the official Italian dubbing and the fansubs of a LGBT docu-series1
Davidson on indeterminacy and ‘passing theories’: need translators worry?1
Lexical frequency modulates current cognitive load, but triggers no spillover effect in interpreting1
An analysis of responses of Jordan courts to objections based on language interpreting issues1
Investigating translation style in English translations of Chinese editorials and commentaries from the Hong Kong Economic Journal : a corpus stylistic analysis1
Translating queer elements in Bohemian Rhapsody in China1
Impact of translation difficulty and working memory capacity on processing of translation units: evidence from Chinese-to-English translation1
Orality in dubbing vs. subtitling: a corpus-based comparative study on the use of mandarin sentence final particles in AVT1
Quality and integrity in the translation of official documents1
Narrative accounts of the Spanish Civil War and Franco’s dictatorship: translation and memory at a crossroad1
Translation as actor-networking: actors, agencies, and networks in the making of Arthur Waley’s English translation of the Chinese ‘Journey to the West’0
The strange loops of translation The strange loops of translation , by Robinson Douglas, New York, Bloomsbury, 2022, 241 pages., $108.00 (hardback), $39.95 (paperback), 0
Interactional metadiscourse in translated and non-translated medical research article abstracts: a corpus-assisted study0
Interdisciplinarity in translation studies: a didactic model for research positioning0
List of reviewers 2021–20220
Enhancing video game localization through dubbing Enhancing video game localization through dubbing , by Laura Mejías-Climent, Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
Revision as an emerging subfield in Translation Studies0
The Routledge course in Arabic business translation: Arabic-English-Arabic0
Indirect translation in advertising: the case of Estrella Damm0
‘Germanen sprechen französisch, Romanen fühlen flandrisch’? German translations of Marie Gevers under National-Socialism0
(Pseudo-)collaborative translation as a legitimization of authority: a case study of the National Theatre Movement0
In search of a fair MTPE pricing model: LSPs’ reflections and the implications for translators0
The routledge handbook of audio description0
The Routledge handbook of translation, feminism and gender0
Legal transplants and legal translation: a case study of the borrowing of the U.S. limited liability partnership into the Polish legal system0
Experiencing translationality: material and metaphorical journeys Experiencing translationality: material and metaphorical journeys , by Piotr Blumczynski, London and Ne0
Longing for an Olga that belongs in English: a Nobel Prize laureate’s micro-narratives0
Evaluating the evaluator: a novel perspective on translation quality assessment0
Translation and the acquisition of symbolic capital: The Blueberry Western series in the field of American comic books0
The politics of machine translation. Reprogramming translation studies0
The translators who shook the world: journalists and translators in the Russian Revolution0
Between Heimat and world. Belgian perspectives on the success of Felix Timmermans's novel Pallieter (1916) in Germany and France0
From translation in multilingual emergencies and conflicts to crisis translation0
Children’s involvement in interpreter-mediated parent–teacher conferences0
What is translation history? A trust-based approach0
Using Technologies for Creative-Text Translation Using Technologies for Creative-Text Translation , edited by James Luke Hadley, Kristiina Taivalkoski-Shilov, Carlos S. 0
Looking behind the scenes: an analysis of dialogue lists for Ocean's Eleven0
List of reviewers (2020-2021)0
Formulating a terminology for source document profiling through a literature review: from functionalist to documentational approaches*0
The use of context in multiword-term translation0
Cultural transfer and literary culture in eighteenth-century Brussels. French journalists as cultural mediators0
Canonical texts in the audiovisual context: surtitling Eugene Onegin for Polish audiences0
Rethinking translation: discourse, subjectivity, ideology0
Situated Learning in Interpreter Education: From the Classroom to the Community0
Between ‘Körper’ and ‘Leib’ – Translating Michel Foucault’s concept of the body after Friedrich Nietzsche0
Yan Fu’s translation ‘principle(s)’ and Huxley’s Evolution and Ethics0
A ‘Requiem’ for the short-lived democracy in Iran in the 1950s: Jamalzadeh’s rewriting of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People0
The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Media0
Interpreting, translating or investigating? Framing the competences of a hybrid translational field: intercept interpreting0
The translation of violence in children’s literature: images from the Western Balkans The translation of violence in children’s literature: images from the Western Balkans 0
Legal constraints and translation variations: The packaging information of plant-based traditional Chinese medicine sold in the United States0
Teaching with untranslatables in The Beast and the Sovereign Volume I0
Subtitles in VR 360° video. Results from an eye-tracking experiment0
Translator positioning in characterisation: a corpus-based study of English translations ofLuotuo Xiangzi0
Revision and retranslation of children's classics in modern-day UK and Spain: The case of Enid Blyton's The Famous Five and Malory Towers0
Could research help revisers?0
The neurocognition of translation and interpreting0
Empirical studies of translation and interpreting: The Post-Structuralist Approach0
Intensified foreignness in translated Chinese literary names – A case study of Shen Congwen’s stories in English0
The 1960s Bible: investigating discourse on a Swedish translation of the New Testament0
Epistemic modality in English and Thai medical abstracts: a corpus-based study0
Popular or prestigious? – A study of hierarchies and what is translated, directly and indirectly, into Swedish 2000–20150
Studying indirect translation: a conversation with and between L. Davier, M. Marin-Lacarta and F. Pöchhacker0
Habitus beyond Bourdieu: in and out of translation studies0
Translator’s narrative intervention in the English translation of Jin Yong’s The Legend of Condor Heroes0
Multimodal experiences across cultures, spaces and identities Multimodal experiences across cultures, spaces and identities , by Ayelet Kohn and Rachel Weissbrod, Abingd0
Translating transgender lives: bringing La pell escrita to Belfast0
The professionalisation of translation practice: a systematic review of the literature0
Cultural factors in the English translation of (the terminology of) Chinese calligraphy0
AD in China at the crossroads: a set of guidelines for localising AD scripts from Spanish into Chinese0
When news travels east: translation practices by Japanese newspapers0
Queering the popular utopia through translingual science fiction: Sense8 as cultural translation0
Gender-fair translation: a case study beyond the binary0
Paratextual visibility and academic authorship of Monika Motsch, Qian Zhongshu’s German translator, scholar and friend0
List of reviewers 2019–20200
Ocean’s Eleven Scene 12: the sample as methodological cogitation – rationale and data0
When local goes global: English subtitles of two comedy films by Stephen Chow0
The cross-lingual shaping of narrative landscapes: involvement in interpreted story telling0
Getting the message in ‘Sound’ across at conference interpreting: a case study on rendering prosodic emphasis0
Defining national translation capacity: a comprehensive framework for analyzing translation at country level0
Deaf translator’s visibility in political discourse: a dialogic positioning perspective0
¿Pasarán? Kommunikation im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg. Interacting with the Spanish Civil War0
Andrei Fedorov’s impact: a scientometric analysis0
News ‘with’ or ‘in’ sign language? Case study on the comprehensibility of sign language in news broadcasts0
A (bio)semiotic theory of translation: the emergence of social-cultural reality0
Bridging translation theory and practice0
Mapping for translating0
Transfiction and bordering approaches to theorizing translation: essays in dialogue with the work of Rosemary Arrojo0
Human-Centered augmented translation: against antagonistic dualisms0
Distance and closeness in translated global news coverage: bilingual representations of culture-bound themes from Bolivia to the world0
Translation and multimodality: beyond words0
Contra instrumentalism: a translation polemic0
The Routledge handbook of translation and methodology0
The translation of multimodal texts: challenges and theoretical approaches0
Scripted or spontaneous? Two approaches to audio describing visual art in museums0
Literary translation research in China0
Darwin translated into Turkish with a Marxist agenda: a sociological inquiry into the agents of translation0
Structured literature review of published research on indirect translation (2017–2022)0
Opera in Translation: Unity and Diversity0
Can video game subtitling shape player satisfaction?0
Hugo Claus in French translation: a Flemish-Belgian author entering the scene of world literature0
Ideological rewriting of conflict and violence in The Wind in the Willows: mitigating class struggle through translation into Chinese0
Audio describing Ocean’s Eleven scene 12 out of context: decision points in AD drafting0
Navigating the labyrinth from performability to performativity: the creation of a Beijing Linda Loman as a case in point0
Wine and translation: an analysis of phraseological units in English and Spanish wine technical sheets0
Effect of text type on translation effort in human translation and neural machine translation post-editing processes: evidence from eye-tracking and keyboard-logging0
To repair or not to repair? Repairs and risk taking in video remote interpreting0
Can you tell the difference? A study of human vs machine-translated subtitles0