The red-pen syndrome

This article was originally published in the No. 12 (2014) issue of Revista Tradumàtica 1. Introduction Every translation-related quality standard issued so far has followed the same error-catching-and-assessment approach, always reaffirming the TEP model, but apparently overlooking the increasing complexity of tasks and, consequently, of operating costs and the risk of introducing new errors in every step of the process. By the time of publication, ISO/DIS 17100 should have replaced EN 15038. However, the new standard will plausibly leave unsolved many of the typical issues related to quality management in translation. This […]

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Author: Luigi Muzii

Luigi Muzii