gained in translation: equivalence at word level

the concept of equivalence in translation has long been a bone of contention. this article provides a number of examples of situations in which producing equivalence in translation may be  read on)

the spectre of translation quality

the technological developments of the past two decades have fundamentally changed the way translations are done. this mutation from craft to industry, which has gone hand in hand with increasing volumes being  read on)

equator—all reporting guidelines, all in one place

the equator network offers a one-stop shop for up-to-date reporting guidelines, such as the CONSORT statements for randomized controlled trials, the STROBE statement for observational studies, the PRISMA statement for  read on)