The Linguistic Landscape of the 25th Ave D Station Intersection

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Theme 5: Symbolism of Colors

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