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Translation Studies and Eye-Tracking Analysis

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Edited By Sambor Grucza, Monika Pluzycka and Justyna Alnajjar

For some time already, a discourse within the field of Translation Studies has increasingly focused on the translator, his/her translation properties and mental processes resulting from their application. Recent years and advances in technology have opened up many possibilities of gaining a deeper insight into these processes. This publication presents the theoretical foundations, the results of scientific experiments, and a broad range of questions to be asked and answered by eye-tracking supported translation studies. The texts have been arranged into two thematic parts. The first part consists of texts dedicated to the theoretical foundations of Translation Studies-oriented eye-tracking research. The second part includes texts discussing the results of the experiments that were carried out.

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Sambor Grucza, Monika Płużyczka, Justyna Zając Eye-Tracking Supported Translation Studies at the University of Warsaw (Instead of Introduction) ..................................................................... 7 Sambor Grucza Heat Maps, Gaze Plots . . . and What Next? The Access to Translation Competences and Translation Processes .................. 15 Jerzy Żmudzki Problems, Objectives and Challenges of the Polish Translation Studies and Theory .......................................................................................................... 33 Marta Małachowicz Knowledge – Transference – Translation ........................................................... 57 Ewa Zwierzchoń-Grabowska Could Eye-Tracking Help to Reconstruct the Translation Processes? ............... 67 Paweł Soluch, Adam Tarnowski Eye-Tracking Methods and Measures ................................................................. 85 Monika Płużyczka Eye-Tracking Supported Research Into Sight Translation. Lapsological Conclusions ................................................................................. 105 Silvia Hansen-Schirra, Christoph Rösener Proactive Use of Eye-Tracking in the Translational Workflow ........................ 139 Agnieszka Szarkowska, Izabela Krejtz, Krzysztof Krejtz, Andrew Duchowski Harnessing the Potential of Eye-Tracking for Media Accessibility ................. 153 Justyna Zając Eye-Tracking Research of Business Email Reception ...................................... 185 Notes on Contributors ....................................................................................... 209

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