Álvaro Marín García

List of John Benjamins publications for which Álvaro Marín García plays a role.

Articles

Marín García, Álvaro and Tamara Pérez Fernández 2023 Chapter 10. Task-based L2 skill development for TI trainees: From competences to expertiseInstrumentalising Foreign Language Pedagogy in Translator and Interpreter Training: Methods, goals and perspectives, Seel, Olaf Immanuel, Silvia Roiss and Petra Zimmermann-González (eds.), pp. 177–195 | Chapter
The present chapter reports on the design and implementation of a C2-level English course for TI trainees in an attempt to move away from the more traditional instruction based on linguistic competence. We intend to bring the classroom closer to industry demands by facilitating the students’… read more
Marín García, Álvaro 2021 Bridging the epistemological gap: Issues in CTS knowledge application to trainingDevelopments in Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies, Xiao, Kairong and Sandra L. Halverson (eds.), pp. 462–481 | Article
Despite Cognitive Translation Studies’ (CTS) interest in didactic applications, the actual impact of research on training programs has been modest in comparison with the advances made in terms of methodology, theoretical sophistication and expansion of the object of study. It is argued that the… read more
Angelone, Erik and Álvaro Marín García 2019 Expertise acquisition through deliberate practice: Gauging perceptions and behaviors of translators and project managersTranslation Practice in the Field: Current research on socio-cognitive processes, Risku, Hanna, Regina Rogl and Jelena Milosevic (eds.), pp. 123–160 | Article
In his influential 2006 publication, Shreve, in citing Ericsson (1996, 21), outlinesa series of fundamental conditions that must be met in order for the translator toacquire expertise. While expertise research on professional translator performance in authentic contexts has only recently started to… read more
As the object of study of Cognitive Translation Studies (CTS) expands to encompass social and cultural aspects of multilingual communicative events, scholars face the challenge of combining research methods and analytical perspectives to investigate cognitive phenomena. While plurality has been… read more
Angelone, Erik and Álvaro Marín García 2017 Expertise acquisition through deliberate practice: Gauging perceptions and behaviors of translators and project managersTranslation Practice in the Field: Current research on socio-cognitive processes, Risku, Hanna, Regina Rogl and Jelena Milosevic (eds.), pp. 122–158 | Article
In his influential 2006 publication, Shreve, in citing Ericsson (1996, 21), outlines a series of fundamental conditions that must be met in order for the translator to acquire expertise. While expertise research on professional translator performance in authentic contexts has only recently… read more