The Palgrave Handbook of Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility

This handbook is a comprehensive and up-to-date resource covering the booming field of Audiovisual Translation (AVT) and Media Accessibility (MA). Bringing together an international team of renowned scholars in the field of translation studies, the handbook surveys the state of the discipline, conso...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bogucki, Łukasz (Editor), Deckert, Mikołaj (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2020, 2020
Edition:1st ed. 2020
Series:Palgrave Studies in Translating and Interpreting
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 29: Analysing Solved and Unresolved Issues of an AVT Collaborative Task through the Lens of Activity Theory: Implications for Task Design (Laura Incalcaterra McLoughlin and Susanna Nocchi)
  • Chapter 30: Censorship and Manipulation in AudiovisualTranslation (Dingkun Wang)
  • Section Five: Themes for Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility
  • Chapter 31: The Problem with Culture (Irene Ranzato)
  • Chapter 32: The Role of Humour in AVT: AVHT (Patrick Zabalbeascoa)
  • Chapter 33: Multilingualism and Translation on Screen (Delia Chiaro and Giuseppe De Bonis)
  • Chapter 34: Music and Accessibility (Lucile Desblanche)
  • Chapter 10: Fansubbing: Latest Trends and Future Prospects (Serenella Massidda)
  • Chapter 11: Fandubbing (Rocío Baños)
  • Chapter 12: Audio Description: Concepts, Theories and Research Approaches (Iwona Mazur)
  • Chapter 13: Subtitling for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (Agnieszka Szarkowska)
  • Chapter 14: Live Subtitling Through Respeaking (Pablo Romero-Fresco and Carlo Eugeni)
  • Chapter 15: Key Concepts in Game Localisation Quality (Miguel Bernal Merino)
  • Chapter 16: Intersensory Translation Mitigating Communication Mismatches (Josélia Neves)
  • Chapter 17: Collaborative Translation and AVT (Lingjuan Fan)
  • Section Three: Methodology of Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility
  • Chapter 18: Translation Process Research in Audiovisual Translation (Gary Massey and Peter Jud)
  • Chapter 19: Corpus Approaches and Audiovisual Translation (Silvia Bruti)
  • Chapter 20: Reception Studies and Audiovisual Translation (Elena di Giovanni)
  • Section Four: Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility Focus Areas
  • Chapter 21: Audiovisual TranslationNorms and Guidelines (Jan Pedersen)
  • Chapter 22: The Tangled Strings of Parameters and Assessment in Subtitling Quality: An Overview (Arista Kuo)
  • Chapter 23: Accessibility of Visual Content in Mobile Apps: Insights from Visually Impaired Users (Adriana S. Pagano, Flávia Affonso Mayer, Larissa Nicolau Fernandes Gonçalves)
  • Chapter 24: Decision-Making: Putting AVT and MA into Perspective (Mikołaj Deckert)
  • Chapter 25: Technology and Audiovisual Translation (Lindsay Bywood)
  • Chapter 26: The Cloud Turn in Audiovisual Translation (Alejandro Bolaños-García-Escribano and Jorge Díaz-Cintas)
  • Chapter 27: Accessible Filmmaking (Pablo Romero-Fresco)
  • Chapter 28: The Didactic Value of AVT in Foreign Language Education (Noa Talaván)
  • Chapter 1: Capturing AVT and MA: Rationale, Facets and Objectives (Mikołaj Deckert)
  • Section One: Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility Within and Beyond Translation Studies
  • Chapter 2: An Excursus on Audiovisual Translation (Łukasz Bogucki talks to Jorge Díaz-Cintas)
  • Chapter 3: Audiovisual Translation Through the Ages (Elisa Perego and Ambra Pacinotti)
  • Chapter 4: Media Accessibility Within and Beyond Audiovisual Translation (Gian Maria Greco and Anna Jankowska)
  • Chapter 5: Multimodality and Intersemiotic Translation (Christopher Taylor)
  • Section Two: Modes of Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility
  • Chapter 6: Dubbing (Frederic Chaume)
  • Chapter 7: Translating Non-Fictional Genres: Voice-Over and Off-Screen Dubbing (Anna Matamala)
  • Chapter 8: The Name and Nature of Subtitling (Jorge Díaz-Cintas)
  • Chapter 9: The Drama of Surtitling: Ever-Changing Translation on Stage (Juan Marcos Carrillo)