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A study on linguistic landscapes about Indonesian signs in Tokyo : Focus on public and private sings

  • 日本硏究
  • 2013, (34), pp.343-356
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Published : February 20, 2013

磯野英治 1 引田梨菜 1 豊国祥子 1 李恵 1 Andina Permatawaty 2 Astiya Hadiyani 2 Wistri Meisa 2 Sustia Fattiska 2 Rosi Rosiah 2

1首都大学東京
2インドネシア教育大学

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ABSTRACT

Focused on Indonesia which has been carried out a brisk exchange on terms of policies and cultural exchange at recently, this paper described about a tendency and expansion of Indonesia or more specifically, Indonesian language that is exist in Tokyo metropolitan area based on linguistic landscape view. The survey was implemented not only at public institution such as the Indonesian republic embassy, Indonesian republic school, but also at Indonesian store and restaurant as the object of linguistic landscape on private store, and by the survey we could approached the necessity, role and actual condition of Indonesian language that is exist in Tokyo which is concerned as a cultural process of multilingual and internationalization. From the result of the survey, it has been observed that the commonness of public display (Indonesian, Japanese, English) and the diversity of private display (Indonesian, Japanese, English, Hindi, Arabian) has become cleared, particularly we could observe consideration by using the multilingual display in Indonesian food store because they are basically ahalal(legal) store for muslim people.

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