The Linguistic Landscape of the Mediterranean: French and Italian Coastal Cities
This book explores the Linguistic Landscapes of ten French and Italian Mediterranean coastal cities. The authors address the national languages, the regional languages and dialects, migrant languages, and the English language, as they collectively mark the public space.
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2 The Linguistic Landscapes of the Ligurian Sea
Trieste and Northern Catalonia
4 Insularity in the Linguistic Landscapes of Sicily Sardinia and Corsica
5 Social Representations of Marseilles and Naples Linguistic Landscapes
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