We will look closely and over time at language practices in public and private settings in Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, and London. We will investigate how communication occurs (or fails) when people bring different histories and languages into contact. Outcomes will impact on policy on economic growth, migration, health and well-being, sport, cultural heritage, and law, by informing the work of policy-makers and public, private and third sector organisations.
|My impressions from the Leeds campus|
Here you can read my post:
Szabó, T. P. 2016. A ‘professional tourist’ in Leeds: gaining new approaches to the study of school environments. TLANG blog, https://tlangblog.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/a-professional-tourist-in-leeds-gaining-new-approaches-to-the-study-of-school-environments/