Uncovering information on nutrition for school age children in Indonesia’s linguistic landscape

Indonesia’s landscapes are linguistically rich and more often than not bombarded with visual signs and texts, including billboards, road and safety signs, shop signs, graffiti and other inscriptions in public spaces in order to convey messages to those who will read these signs/texts. The purpose of this project is to gather (digitally) and analyse food and nutrition-related signs/texts in the linguistic landscapes around two Indonesian school communities (5km radius) in order to judge their potential impact on school age children.

Project Team

Associate Professor Lesley Harbon

Associate Professor Lesley Harbon

Associate Professor

University of Sydney

Sisilia Halimi

Sisilia Halimi

Researcher

Universitas Indonesia

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