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Handbook of Translation Studies: Volume 5
Edited by Yves Gambier and Luc van Doorslaer
[Handbook of Translation Studies 5] 2021
► pp. 113119
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Further essential reading

Ivaska, Laura
2020Mixed-Method Approach to Indirect Translation: A Case Study of Finnish Translations of Modern Greek Prose 1952-2004. Turku: Annales Universitatis Turkuensis.Google Scholar
Pięta, Hanna, Laura Ivaska, and Yves Gambier
(eds) ForthcomingWhat can indirect translation research do for Translation Studies? Special Issue of Target . Google Scholar
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Cabezas-García, Melania & Pilar León-Araúz
2023. Indirect translation and its influence on term variation. Translation Spaces 12:2  pp. 255 ff. DOI logo
Ivaska, Laura, Hanna Pięta & Yves Gambier
2023. Past, present and future trends in (research on) indirect literary translation. Perspectives 31:5  pp. 775 ff. DOI logo
Pięta, Hanna, Laura Ivaska & Yves Gambier
2022. What can research on indirect translation do for Translation Studies?. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 34:3  pp. 349 ff. DOI logo
Pięta, Hanna, Laura Ivaska & Yves Gambier
2023. Structured literature review of published research on indirect translation (2017–2022). Perspectives 31:5  pp. 839 ff. DOI logo
Pięta, Hanna, Susana Valdez, Ester Torres-Simón & Rita Menezes
2023. Pivot Templators’ Challenges and Training: Insights from a Survey Study with Subtitlers and Subtitler Trainers. Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura 28:2  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo

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