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The research group Language and Linguistics (LangLing) provides a setting for language research in the Department of Culture and Learning and comprises linguistic basic R&D and applied language research in foreign languages and in Danish.
Researchers in Danish, English, German and Spanish are currently represented in the group.
In LangLing, we research broadly in languages. However, for the foreseeable future we will focus on the following research areas:
- Language functionality (e.g. genre surveys)
- Sociolinguistics (e.g. language varieties and onomastics)
- Text production (e.g. writing processes)
- Translation studies (e.g. translation technology and intralingual translation)
- Language acquisition (at the university).
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Resource consultation in post-editing of machine translation output: a translator training perspective
01/09/2018 → …
Bundgaard, K., Christensen, T. P., Schjoldager, A. & Dam Jensen, H.
01/05/2018 → …
Dam, L., Haugaard, R. & Bundgaard, K., 2021, (Submitted) In: Sprogforum. 73
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Call for papers: Cognitive aspects of non-professional translators’ interactions with digital translation toolsDam Jensen, H., Schjoldager, A., Bundgaard, K. & Christensen, T. P., Sep 2021, (Accepted/In press) In: Translation, Cognition and Behavior.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Communication
Christiansen, Mads (Recipient), 17 Oct 2017
Prize: Other prizes
Line Sandst (Lecturer), Kasper Boye (Lecturer) & Helene Agerkvist (Lecturer)28 Oct 2021 → 30 Oct 2021
Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
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