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Linguistic Landscape as Symbolic Construction of the Public Space: The Case of Israel
Linguistic landscape (LL) refers to linguistic objects that mark the public space. This paper compares patterns of LL in a variety of homogeneous and mixed Israeli cities, and in East Jerusalem. The
Ethnicity, Religion and Class in Israeli Society
Acknowledgements Part I. Theoretical and Empirical Background: 1. Ethnicity and society 2. Divisions in Israeli society 3. Theoretical perspectives in Israeli sociology 4. The sample, its background
Linguistic landscapes in an era of multiple globalizations
This paper focuses on linguistic landscapes in present-day urban settings. These spaces consist of numberless establishments riddled with versatile texts or ‘LL items’. They are foci of both the