Student peer feedback in a translation task: Experiences with Questionnaires and Focus Group Interviews

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Social science research methods can help shed light on students' peer feedback performance. They can also help enlighten researchers on students' reception and repercussion to feedback tasks. The operationalizability of these methods for future peer activities in Translation Didactics is examined in this chapter. Multiple peer feedback data from undergraduate Business Communication students is compared with questionnaire and interview data. The data derives from peer feedback loops and provides insights into the students' perception of working with peer feedback on a web-text localization and translation commentary task performed to mirror professional practice. The analysis of the wording of student feedback, of the revisions suggested and the analysis of whether or not—and how—students implement their peer's suggestions, allows qualitative evaluation and interpretation. The methods applied are compared and their feasibility for further research into peer feedback in Translation Studies is explored.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationQuality Assurance and Assessment Practices in Translation and Interpreting
EditorsElsa Huertas-Barros, Sonia Vandepitte, Emilia Iglesias-Fernández
Number of pages20
PublisherIGI Global
Publication year2019
Pages337-357
Chapter15
ISBN (print)9781522552253
ISBN (Electronic)1522552251
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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