Elisa Perego

List of John Benjamins publications for which Elisa Perego plays a role.


Perego, Elisa, Fabio Del Missier and Marta Stragà 2018 Dubbing vs. subtitling: Complexity mattersTarget 30:1, pp. 137–157 | Article
Despite the claims regarding the potential disruptiveness of subtitling for audiovisual processing, existing empirical evidence supports the idea that subtitle processing is semi-automatic and cognitively effective, and that, in moderately complex viewing scenarios, dubbing does not necessarily… read more
Matamala, Anna, Elisa Perego and Sara Bottiroli 2017 Dubbing versus subtitling yet again? An empirical study on user comprehension and preferences in SpainBabel 63:3, pp. 423–441 | Article
The dubbing versus subtitling debate has been a recurrent topic in the audiovisual translation literature, but empirical research into the reception of both modes is still lacking. This article presents the results of an experiment that aimed to investigate to what extent comprehension, memory,… read more
Audio description (AD) is a unique form of communication that guarantees access to audiovisual material for blind people through an additional verbal commentary that describes relevant visual cues. In spite of its original purpose and target audience, some scholars and some guidelines maintain… read more
Perego, Elisa 2014 chapter 5. Film language and toolsAudio Description: New perspectives illustrated, Maszerowska, Anna, Anna Matamala and Pilar Orero (eds.), pp. 81–102 | Chapter
Pavesi, Maria and Elisa Perego 2008 Tailor-made interlingual subtitling as a means to enhance second language acquisitionThe Didactics of Audiovisual Translation, Díaz-Cintas, Jorge (ed.), pp. 215–225 | Article
Perego, Elisa 2008 Subtitles and line-breaks: Towards improved readabilityBetween Text and Image: Updating research in screen translation, Chiaro, Delia, Christine Heiss and Chiara Bucaria (eds.), pp. 211–223 | Article
Psycholinguistic literature shows that reading is so highly structured and formalized as to make it a routine and automated task. So long as the syntax and lexicon of the text both remain within normal variation, the flow of reading is not interrupted. When accustomed patterns are violated, this… read more