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Signifying codes of audiovisual products: Implications in subtitling for the D/deaf and the hard of hearing
Audiovisual products are complex multimodal constructs that produce meaning through the interaction of all sign systems delivered both through the acoustic and the visual channel, either verbally or non-verbally ...
Formal Aspects in SDH for Children in Spanish Television: A Descriptive Study
(Ediciones Complutense, 2016)
[EN] The comprehension of a subtitle goes far beyond the understanding of the meaning of the words it comprises. Formal aspects of subtitles for the d/Deaf and the hard-of-hearing (SDH) can be crucial in the cognitive ...
Subtitling for d/Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children: Current Practices and New Possibilities to Enhance Language Development
(MDPI AG, 2017-06-30)
In order to understand and fully comprehend a subtitle, two parameters within the linguistic code of audiovisual texts are key in the processing of the subtitle itself, namely, vocabulary and syntax. Through a descriptive ...
Reading speed in subtitling for hearing impaired children: an analysis in Spanish television
(University of Roehampton (London), 2016)
[EN] Reading speed is one of the essential parameters to consider when designing subtitles for a hearing impaired audience. Images, subtitles and spoken dialogue are the three sources of information in a subtitled audiovisual ...
Subtitling for d/deaf and hard of hearing children: past, present and future
[EN] Since the projection of the first film ever in 1895, audiovisual products have been an important way to access information. More evidently so with the emergence of a need for audiovisual translation (AVT) following ...
Translating slang for dubbing: a descriptive case study of Jackie Brown (english-spanish)
(Sociedad Española de Lenguas Modernas, 2014)
[EN] The use and creation of slang have been widely studied from linguistic, sociolinguistic and translational points of view. It is a burning field of study, since slang has always been linked to society and its individuals. ...