Neighbourhoods

  • A linguistic landscape of Cheetham Hill’s high street

    Aimee Smith, Eleri Dorsett-Smith

  • 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

  • A study of language policy in Longsight, Cheetham Hill and Moss Side

    Stella Wright, Thomas Mills, James Riley, Elena Pavan, Manuel Lanz

  • Case study on multilingualism in Cheetham Hill

    Julie Lalouette, Beth Clark, Kieron Power, Stanley Rigby

  • A research comparison on language choice and multilingualism within media services between Longsight and Cheetham Hill

    Ashlie Blakey, Dennis Kai Di Huang, Sophie Dutton, Hannah Clinton, Grace Shelley

  • Linguistic landscapes in Greater Manchester

    Elouise Jay

  • 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

  • Why do bilinguals code-­switch in the Cheetham Hill area?

    Charlotte Moore, Donald Spencer, Mark Holland, Sam Harrison, Tom Calder

  • 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 Language Provision in the North Manchester Libyan School

    Amie Louise Atkinson, Bethany Gargett, Amy Hughes

  • A Comparison of Multilingual Landscapes within Manchester: A case study of Chinatown and Deansgate

    Iman Maryam Al-Hassani, Jade Rebecca Anderson, Annabelle Harrison, Amy Rachael Morgan

  • 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

  • Why do bilinguals code-switch in the Oldham/Clarksfield area?

    Aneesa Azam, Victoria Kilford, Hannah McLaughlin, Sidra Yousaf

  • 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

  • The linguistic profile of Cheetham Hill

    Craig Dean, Rachel Dunn, Sinead Egerton

  • Societal multilingualism in the Jewish Community in Prestwich

    Rachael Ford, Thomas Geddes, Emily Hunt

  • Research into language choice and multilingualism in the medical profession

    Sophie Caplan, Edward Muir, Sean Robinson, Abigail Speakman, John Bartliff, Peter de Souza

  • Report on Multilingual Media in Rusholme (Manchester)

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

  • Punjabi in Manchester

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

  • Polish in Moss Side, Manchester

    Paul Bamforth, Lisa Jackson, Rebecca McDowell, Marn Walker, Paegan Ward

  • Multilingualism in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Samuel Fletcher, James Flinton, Saelom Lim, Lara Touitou

  • Multilingualism in Rusholme Health Centre

    Katie Faxon, Julia Kolkmann, Daniel Smithson, Joseph Woods

  • Multilingualism in Moss Lane East, Moss Side

    Clare Hallam, Sarah Kenny

  • Multilingualism in Manchester’s Chinatown

    Chloe Andrews, Andrew Gott, Claire Keene, Jessica Neary

  • Multilingualism in Longsight market

    Nichola Briggs, Robert Lee, Tom Norman

  • 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 and maintenance in the multilingual area of Cheetham Hill, Manchester

    Begona Altuna, Bethany Cook, Thomas Howell, Hannah Sill, Nicola Woollacott

  • Language usage and cultural identity in Manchester’s Chinatown

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

  • Language investigation on the Jamaican Creole (Patois) in Moss Side, Manchester

    Fawn Beddows, Jasmine Brown, Chinwe Emodi-Okechukwu, Hannah Graham, Daniel Keogh, Matthew McNally

  • The role of language in the signs of four multicultural areas of Manchester, and how representative they are of the population in each

    Gabriel O'Connell, Chad Whitaker, Jake Lee Tilley, Jack Hurlock

  • 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 evaluation of the distribution and content of multilingual signs in Manchester

    Owain Bundy-Davies, Bethany Curry, Lucy Kate Bramhall, Camilla Barlow

  • An analysis of the external social factors influencing first language distribution in Manchester

    Gabrielle Royle, Holly Alexandra Nichola Jones, Luke Marsh

  • A comparison of linguistic landscapes in Manchester: A case study of the Curry Mile, Chinatown and Moss Side

    Ruby Linden, Emily Aston, Martha Forsythe

  • The linguistic landscape of Manchester: A case study on the multilingual signs of Longsight, Moss Side and Rusholme

    Elisabeth Rexrodt, Jingjing Feng, Nelli Derksen, Si Nok Kuok, Thi Mai Chinh Pham

  • Investigation into the language maintenance of Ukrainian as a minority language in the community of Cheetham Hill

    Myroslava Kochan, Helena Mapals, Rebecca Smith, Andrew Webster

  • How do multilingual speakers adapt their language usage in different domains?

    Rachel Cooper, Stephanie Day, Tean Kendall, Nicole Lam, Naomi Shin, Tom Sprack

  • 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

  • Do the services in central Manchester have language policies in practice and do they cater for the diversity of languages spoken?

    Angela Dickinson, Louise Harper, Shawny Moore, Charlotte Pickersgill

  • Description of a minority language community – focusing on the Polish language community within Cheetham Hill and Crumpsall

    James Crawshaw

  • Community languages in Longsight

    J. Venner

  • Applying social networks to attitudes studies: The case of Urdu in the Longsight community

    Stephanie Craig, Christie Farrell, Masoud Jafarali Jasbi, Yoolim Kim, Katherine Laurie

  • 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 the use of Cantonese in Manchester

    Jennifer Chan, Clare Liang, Hannah Martin

  • 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

  • A survey of language use in Longsight

    Emma Beswick, Charlotte Cullen, Sapna Dhorajiwala, Alexandra Francis, Rahaf Khayat, Charlotte Pickersgill

  • A survey of language use in Cheetham Hill

    Chloe Ashwell, Billy Bankes, Jonathon Proctor, Tom Whitehouse

  • A study of language use in Ladybarn

    Ashleigh Brough, Sarah Doyle, Rebecca Jackson

  • A study of Cantonese language use in Manchester’s Chinese community

    Camille Dubuis-Welch, Jessica Howard, Ricky Iftikhar, Samantha Rogerson

  • A study into the presence of Multilingualism in a Moss Side doctor’s surgery

    Yasmin Hall, Lucy Hilton, Francis Masterson, James Ridgway, Eleanor Whitford Kelly

  • A linguistic study of multilingualism in and around Fallowfield

    Elodie McClean, Zulekha Sidyot

  • A linguistic profile of Whalley Range

    Mandy Amoah, Thomas Howell, David Ryan, Victoria Trainer

  • A linguistic profile of Claremont Road

    Lucy Baynes, Christian Bloor, Charles Crich, Rhiannon Hughes, Elodie McClean

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

    Timothy Emerton, Jonathan Purton, Adam Seabrook, Michael Taylor

  • 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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