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  • Language as a commodity: Multilingual language provision and marketing in Manchester’s Casino Industry

    Amber Dyer, Chloe Beatrice Haimes, Olivia Maginnis-Jones, Tertia Dow Rollason, Courtney Thomas

  • Linguistic Landscape of Bolton – Multilingual Signs of Small Businesses

    Sam Anderson-Stern, Oliver Bowles, Elisabeth Erber, Daisy Fenton, Annika Katharina Prestofer

  • A linguistic landscape of Cheetham Hill’s high street

    Aimee Smith, Eleri Dorsett-Smith

  • An investigation into the online usage of Chinese languages within the businesses of Manchester

    Christian Chaney, Zoe Gunter, Jennifer Thom

  • Linguistic landscapes: A study into the Urdu speaking community of Cheetham Hill

    Bethany Carson, Natasha Kalantar

  • Multilingual Manchester’s linguistic landscapes: A study on the use of multilingual signs for businesses in Manchester

    Elisabeth Bannister, Holly Hark, Laura Joyce, Amy Portwood

  • Case study on multilingualism in Cheetham Hill

    Julie Lalouette, Beth Clark, Kieron Power, Stanley Rigby

  • Investigating the linguistic landscape of Manchester through a comparative analysis of Longsight and Moss Side: fieldwork report

    Emily Twitcher, Adam Ghidouche, Benjamin Harlow, Stephanie Connor

  • How do independent supermarkets in Chinatown and Curry Mile include or exclude their customers in relation to their linguistic landscapes?

    Daniel Arrowsmith, Daniel Oakey, Paloma Perez-Brown, Natalie Selby, Megan Smith

  • Manchester’s Linguistic Landscapes: A case study on the Multilingual Signs of Moss Side and Rusholme

    Georgia Wadsworth, Olivia Holgate, Jennifer van Hees

  • Linguistic Landscapes in Manchester City Centre

    Lucy Brenner, Lauren Howarth

  • Linguistic Landscapes across Manchester: A comparative analysis of five areas

    Kovsar Asadova, Irene Cuéllar, Mariam Inam, Imaniyah Khalid, Marius Rödder

  • Linguistic Landscape of Longsight and Levenshulme

    Saskia Gunewardena, Jenny King, Anja Gabriela Parziani

  • How is language choice in the ‘Curry Mile’ district of Rusholme, Manchester, affected by different domains?

    Joshua Cook, Michael Jenkins, Nicholas Jones, Matthew O'Brien, William Taylor

  • A study of multilingualism in linguistic landscapes of the healthcare industry

    Scarlett Cecelia Chester-­Roberts, Jeremy David Limb, Rebecca Zoe Mcaree, Thomas Reaney, Danielle Thomas

  • Investigating Linguistic Landscapes: A study of the use of signs in businesses in Burnage, Chinatown and Rusholme

    Kathryn Baldwin, Ningyuan Ge, Bronya Holliday, Xiaoxuan Liu, Anna Maguire

  • Reading the Curry Mile – Language Use in the Linguistic Landscape of Rusholme, Manchester

    Leonie Elisa Gaiser

  • To what extent is the Polish language represented within various domains in Manchester?

    Katie Berkes, Lauren Birchall, Rachael Cochrane, Sally Halliwell, Phoebe Ollerearnshaw

  • Multilingualism at the University of Manchester

    Ella Burke, Zareta Esieva, Catherine Scalon, Shiqi Wan, Huan Zhao

  • The linguistic profile of the businesses in the Curry Mile, Rusholme

    Isaac Cameron, Miles Cunliffe, Holly Dillon, Nichola Morris, Amy Shaw

  • Punjabi in Manchester

    Melanie Bannister, Emily Collett, Sanjay Dove, Laura Healy, Grace Wrigt

  • Multilingualism in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Samuel Fletcher, James Flinton, Saelom Lim, Lara Touitou

  • Multilingualism in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Chloe Andrews, Andrew Gott, Claire Keene, Jessica Neary

  • Multilingualism in Longsight market

    Nichola Briggs, Robert Lee, Tom Norman

  • Multilingualism in a North-West England football team

    Heather Doherty, Karim Elkadi, Jessica Flavell, Max Self

  • Multilingualism among restaurant workers in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Siyu Guan, Mio Koishi, Yo Ozaki

  • Multilingual use, and provision, in restaurants within Manchester

    Paul Frame, Tom Harris, Rebekah Hayes, John Hesford, Jon Taylor

  • Language use in shops on the Curry Mile in Manchester

    Pilar Brenlla Vilar, Sylvia Deveaux, David Freire Fernandez, Noelle Theres Testrut

  • Language use in different domains of the ‘Curry Mile’, Rusholme, Manchester

    Amanda Bailey, Lauren Baxendale, Susanne Borensen, Sophie Connoly, Chelsea Green, Lucy Spence

  • Language use in business on the Curry Mile in Manchester

    Shuk Ching Law, Sea Lim, Yumi Omori, Simon Stafford, Michael Wendel

  • Language usage and cultural identity in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Melanie Bannister, Liam Calvert, Stella Charalambous, Morgane Hallier, Zoe Isherwood

  • Language as an economic resource

    Ella Dix-Nagra, Kim Kahan, Melissa Hughes, Oliver Nesbitt

  • The effects of multilingualism on recruitment and its influence on employability

    Joss Stott, Emily Stanbridge, Benn Hodgkiss, Ella Claire Young, Michael Mackintosh

  • Multilingualism among the travel agencies in Manchester

    Ziyuan Pan, Junjie Liang, Lauren Thomas

  • Multilingual signage and leaflet usage in Manchester: Motives, distribution and variety

    Faria Khokhar, Asma Elmsallati, Connor Barrett, Samuel Potter, Charlotte Anne Mather

  • Language usage in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Laura Proctor, Nicola Telfer, Jessica Faith Rigby, Natasha Kathryn Stein

  • An investigation into multilingualism in small businesses in China Town and Rusholme

    Laura Coleman, Rachael Elizabeth Lunt, Victoria Dichiara, María Belén Castelo, Jie Wang

  • An analysis of multilingualism in two Manchester branches of restaurant P

    Alana Anne Colton, Amy Brenndorfer, Olivia Katie Colvin, Lucy Hannah Cook

  • A comparative study of language use within the business sectors of ‘The Curry Mile’ with China Town

    Amy Nichol, Alisha Bhagat, Bridie Jane Cottiss, Thomas Eckles, Saba Ullah

  • How is language usage affected by different domains in the Curry Mile area of Rusholme, Manchester?

    Lily Afford, Alexandre Briand, David Magee, Danielle Middleton, Blakesley Orr, Jessica Rothwell

  • An investigation on language use in Rusholme: Businesses on ‘The Curry Mile’

    Jessica Littlefair, Lauren Morgan, Alice Tebbutt

  • An investigation of code-switching in the Rusholme area of Manchester

    Saori Akiho, Ci Chen, Mabrouka Fagi-Hassan, Ashley Paice, Jason Sheldon

  • An investigation into how minority languages are used for certain in different roles within businesses on the ‘Curry Mile’, Rusholme

    Chloe Anderton, Phoebe Le-Saint, Rachel Robinson Parsons, Natalie Rowley, Phoebe Smith, Jessica Witty

  • An analysis of multilingualism across restaurants in Manchester

    Lana Ali, Darian Flowers, Laura Gallagher, Stefanie Jones, Katy Mcgarty, Matthew Naylor, Kate Rudnicka

  • A comparison of the linguistic landscapes of Manchester

    David Ryan

  • Comparison of language use in the business communities of Chinatown and the Curry Mile

    Ashleigh Grue, Penelope Street

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