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Soundscape assessment: towards a validated translation of perceptual attributes in different languages

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The recently published ISO/TS 12913-2:2018 standard aims to provide researchers and practitioners around the world with a reliable questionnaire for soundscape characterization. The ISO Technical Specifications report protocols and attributes grounded in the soundscape literature, but only includes an English version. The applicability and reliability of these attributes in non-English speaking regions remains an open question, as research investigating translations of soundscape attributes is limited. To address this gap, an international collaboration was initiated with soundscape researchers from all over the world. Translation into 15 different languages, obtained through focus groups and panels of experts in soundscape studies, are proposed. The main challenges and outcomes of this preliminary exercise are discussed. The long-term objective is to validate the proposed translations using standardized listening experiments in different languages and geographical regions as a way to promote a widespread use of the soundscape attributes, both in academia and practice, across locations, populations and languages.
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Affiliations: 1: University College London 2: Stockholm University 3: Chongqing University 4: Shenyang Jianzhu University 5: National University of Singapore 6: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 7: University of Zagreb 8: Ghent University 9: University of Groningen 10: University Gustave Eiffel 11: McGill University 12: CY Cergy Paris University 13: Technical University of Berlin 14: Bandung Institute of Technology 15: Polytechnic Institute of Turin 16: Fukushima University 17: Hanyang University 18: Universiti Putra Malaysia 19: Nanyang Technological University 20: University of Chile 21: Austral University of Chile 22: University of Granada 23: Çankaya University 24: Shimane University

Publication date: October 12, 2020

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