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Review of Semiotic Landscapes: Language, Image, Space by Adam Jaworski and Crispin Thurlow
Although the volume was published in 2010, it still remains one of the most important contributions to a new field of enquiry in the study of language and signage in public spaces initially conceptualised and institutionalised by Landry and Bourhis (1997) as linguistic landscapes (LL). They defined linguistic landscapes as "[t]he language of public road signs, advertising billboards, street names, place names, commercial shop signs, and public signs on government buildings combine to form thedoi:10.14426/mm.v2i1.61 fatcat:b3nrbroxs5eq5jzfuyl2bb5msq