The Linguistic Landscape of the 25th Ave D Station Intersection

The Linguistic Landscape of the 25th Avenue Subway Station of the D Line

Introduc

tion

Figure 2: Location of the 25th Avenue Subway Station in Brooklyn. Photo credit: Google Maps

Background paragraph(?)

    • More information

Theme 1: Few signs, except for public/government signs, are in English only

Theme 2: Presence of Chinese on Monolingual, Bilingual, and Multilingual Signs

    • Description
    • Provide evidence: Explain which signs support/exemplify the theme and how (refer to specific images)
    • Analysis/interpretation/explanation

 

Theme 3: Presence of Russian on Bilingual Signs and Multilingual Signs

    • Description
    • Analysis/interpretation/explanation

Theme 4: Presence of Informal Signs, Many of Which Are in Spanish (and those in particular tend to be handwritten)

    • Description
    • Analysis/interpretation/explanation

7-11 store with signs mostly in English only, but one sign in Spanish. Photo credit: Constantin Schreiber

Theme 5: Symbolism of Colors

    • Description
    • Analysis/interpretation/explanation

Theme 5:

    • Description
    • Analysis/interpretation/explanation

 

 

 

 

Hello world!

Thank you for using Blogs@Baruch!

This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start publishing.

You are using a new WordPress theme that places widgets such as “Recent Posts,” “Recent Comments” and “Archives” in the footer, leaving you maximum space for publishing in this central area. If you prefer to have widgets on the right side of this page, these can be added by going to “Widgets” under the “Appearance” tab in your Dashboard. You can also choose from more than 100 other themes from the “Themes” menu in the Dashboard.