Language Choice and Multilingualism on Restaurant Signs: A Linguistic Landscape Analysis

Ketut Artawa; Ade Mulyanah; Dwi Atmawati; I Made Suta Paramarta; Made Sri Satyawati; Ketut Widya Purnawati

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2023, , Pages 258-271

  This research investigates the combination of the languages utilized on restaurant signs in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Among 279 collected data, it is found that three languages are mostly utilized for communication. Those languages are Balinese, Indonesian, and English. As the second result of the analysis, ...  Read More

Language, Identity, and Modernity: A Case of Hotel Images in Karawang City, Indonesia

Sariah Sariah; Rini Widiastuti; Ade Mulyanah; Ai Kurniati; Riani Riani; Exti Budihastuti

Volume 11, 2 (Themed Issue on Language, Discourse, and Society) , July 2023, , Pages 103-118

  This study aims to reveal the image of hotels in the City of Karawang as the identity of modern industrial areas and linguistic landscape studies. In this research, a descriptive qualitative methodology is employed. Techniques for data collection rely on photographic documentation and visual analysis. ...  Read More

The Linguistic Landscape of Mosques in Indonesia: Materiality ‎and Identity Representation

Kamal Yusuf; Yulia Eka Putrie

Volume 10, Issue 3 , September 2022, , Pages 1-20

  During its development, mosques in Indonesia have become a potential place with friction and conflict over the struggle for identity and the infiltration of various Islamic ideologies. This article explores the linguistic landscape in connection to the use of architectural materials in community mosques ...  Read More