Media

  • Minority Language Education and the British Press

    Muazzama Arshad, Zainab Ismail Hans, Patrick Oliver Jones-O’Brien, Saarah Malik, Alisha Paintal Maycock

  • The British Press on Welsh: Perceptions of a minority language

    Nina Bourner, Sarah Jane Hastings, Amy Percival, Alannah Purslow, Emily Lauren Robinson

  • Attitudes towards second and foreign language learning in the British press

    Alice O’Connell, Emily Price, April Rose Hannah Shipley, Hannah Smith, Fiona Thorpe

  • Multiethnolects in the British Media

    Isobel Aspinwall, Samuel Thomas Blakeley, Leanne Dakin, Veronica Palumbo, Elizabeth Wooding-Smith

  • Lithuanian and Romanian migrant students’ communication on Facebook and motivation for language choice

    Dora Dobrican, Rosa Kucharska, Joseph Latham, Aušrinė Naujalytė, Abigail Tilston

  • Comparison of attitudes to language learning in the British press pre- and post-Brexit

    Kris Shi Min Chua, Zixuan Wang Alice, Ashworth-Hayes

  • A comparative study of how ideologies inform the representation of language policies in the British press

    Jiayue Yang, Ziyue Yu, Kathryn Gee, Yutong Wang Yang Chen

  • Multicultural London English: Media representations and people’s views

    Mia Warren-Smith, Solomon Jack Heath, Olivia Matthews, Millicent Mccann

  • The language choices of users in the Manchester language exchange facebook group

    Cecilia Rinaldo, Shi Zhi Yang, Jamilah Zaynah Hamzaoui, Emilie Hernandez

  • The British print press and the foreign language gap in the age of Brexit

    Naima Mzoughi

  • Attitudes of the British press towards multilingualism in education

    Megan Meunier, Ayesha Patel, Nazish Talati

  • The representation of multilingualism and multiculturalism by the British media in the UK

    Pavondeep Kaur Lallie

  • The Mancunian take on Spanglish and Franglais: An integrated look into community creation and language use in diaspora Facebook groups in Manchester

    Nora Kennis, Georgina Alice Harrison, Benjamin Stephan, Francisco José Prieto Delgado

  • Examining attitudes and ideologies represented in the British press in regard to multilingualism

    Ffion Elen Eilish Hughes, Maris Milkovic, Zara Dilan Kiziltas, Amina Shaikh

  • Investigating the representation of issues surrounding multilingualism, such as social cohesion and language learning, in the British press

    Charles Patrick Thomas Harrison, William Cordell, Aaron Goldman

  • The factors influencing the language choices of users of an online multilingual group and their relation to the image of Manchester

    Jasmine Colquitt

  • Post-Brexit attitudes to English and multilingualism in the British press

    Niamh Boorman, Emma Rachel Louise Coleman, Maisy Taylor, Maciej Frejman

  • What are the factors which influence language choice within Latin American facebook communities in Manchester?

    Lucy Bills, Kate Niamh Ashcroft, Maria Luisa Evaristo Cursino Da Silva, Rebecca Mcnutt

  • How does the British press discuss language education?

    Martha Bennett, Lily O'Reilly, Kathryn Mcdonald, Ellen Symonds, Alexandra Mae Taylor

  • Online and offline use of Punjabi in Manchester

    Lucy Appleby, Pavondeep Lallie

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

    Christian Chaney, Zoe Gunter, Jennifer Thom

  • Attitudes to multilingualism in the media

    Elisa Gallagher, Ishrat Ali, Mia Davis, Louisa Majid

  • Online language use of Polish and Chinese communities in Manchester

    Rose Ellen Halligan, Sophie Iveson, Hannah Morgan, Amy Elizabeth Price

  • What can Twitter tell us about the language diversity of Greater Manchester?

    George Bailey, Joseph Goggins, Thomas Ingham

  • Report on Multilingual Media in Rusholme (Manchester)

    Henry Baker, Joseph Ellaway, Christine Gormley, Laura Marin Lopez, Rory O'Callaghan

  • Mapping Mancunian multilingualism in twitter

    Maëla Mainguy, Yumi Nakai, Megumi Takayama

  • Language change in progress: Evidence from spelling in computer-mediated communication

    Lucy Jones

  • How minority languages are represented in Manchester’s cinema industry

    Sarah Godfrey, Hannah Hopkins, Natalie Porter, Alexandra Williams

  • How do the factors of age, birthplace and occupation affect the consumption of media in Manchester by Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi speakers?

    Sean Brown, Sophie Couzens, Kimberley Horan, Shazia Khan, Alex Robertson, Holly Robison

  • A Comparison of the Written Media Preferences of Multilingual Speakers in the Rusholme Area

    Timothy Emerton, Jonathan Purton, Adam Seabrook, Michael Taylor

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