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Research issues in Translation Studies

The following is a collection of short pieces on research issues in Translation Studies. The series was initiated by Daniel Gile, and many of the entries were also written by Daniel Gile.

The pieces reflect their authors' views at the time they are posted, and are essentially published for the purpose of providing such input and stimulating discussion. They are not to be seen as final statements, and may be changed or withdrawn at any time at the request of their authors.

Contents

  CITATIONS

Citations and references talk (May 8, 2006)

EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH

How to choose the most relevant parameters to be controlled in an empirical study (August 12, 2006)

LIBERAL ARTS AND EMPIRICAL SCIENCE

PROBABILITY AND SAMPLING

PUBLISHING

SUPERVISION

  SURVEYS

TERMINOLOGY

Terminology (July 30, 2005)

TEXTS

         Text Perspectives and Translation (November 1, 2006)

  OTHER TOPICS

 

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