Víctor González-Ruiz

Víctor González-Ruiz
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria | ULPGC · Department of Modern Languages

PhD

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Unlike subtitling, the process of dubbing does not give the audience the opportunity to fully perceive the cultural gap between what they hear and see, and their own reality. This takes on a new dimension when the customs and the characters which are being depicted in the foreign film are not the ‘standard’ ones (i. e. those from the US) but those...
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This paper describes an experiment dealing with the manipulation of style in consecutive interpreting in the context of the law. In it, several groups of Spanish law undergraduates assessed two performances by a consecutive interpreter. The interpreter in both performances translated a German-language lecture on constitutional law into Spanish, the...
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The translation of psychological tests has become widespread as the globalization process has led to testing instruments designed in one country being applied in a different one relatively quickly, since it is less expensive and faster to adapt an existing instrument than to devise a new one in another culture. In Order to provide a fully functiona...
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The aim of this study was to test a theoretical model that would explain psychological well-being within the contexts of sport. The model hypothesised the influence of the perceived task motivation climate, perceived emotional intelligence, task orientation and intrinsic motivation on psychological well-being. The participants were 399 Spanish athl...
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When deciding on a case, Spanish judges must construe relevant legislation with the help of a body of ambiguous and often mutually inconsistent rules. Apart from general principles (e.g. those collected in the Constitution), the most significant guideline available for interpreting statutes, subsection 3(1) of the Spanish Civil Code, stipulates tha...
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The Sport Motivation Scale was developed in French and later translated into English and validated by Pelletier, et al. in 1995. It is based on the principles of self-determination theory. In this study the scale was translated into Spanish to assess and validate it for a sample of 275 athletes (78 women and 197 men) whose mean age was 21.3 yr. (SD...
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The aim of this study was to translate into Spanish and validate the Multidimensional Sportspersonship Orientations Scale (MSOS), which was developed in English and validated by Vallerand et al. (1997). The MSOS consists of five subscales that measure full commitment toward sport, respect for social conventions, respect and concern for rules and of...

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