Be a part of our research: survey on attitudes towards multilingual public signs in Reading
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Be a part of our research: survey on attitudes towards multilingual public signs in Reading

Dr Christiana Themistocleous and her UG research assistant invite you to fill out a short survey on the use of multilingual signs in Reading to in order to help their study which explores the use of different languages in the town of Reading.

The public space contains different types of signs: street names, shop signs, advertisements, promotional material, flyers, posters etc. Most of the signs have some text/language.

The aim of this questionnaire is to explore local inhabitants' views and opinions towards the use of different languages displayed on public signs in Reading city centre.

This research project is funded by the University of Reading and it is carried out by Mr Dennis Perry and Dr Christiana Themistocleous (c.themistocleous@reading.ac.uk). You must be a resident of Reading and not a professional/student in Linguistics.

Click here for the survey.

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