»this book represents the first edited LL collection to focus exclusively on French and its associations in different francophone settings around the globe. Following a short introduction, the editors present eleven chapters of significant geographical, theoretical, and methodological scope. Critics might consider such a range indiscriminate, however in this case it demonstrates the variability of interests currently underpinning LL studies and its related fields… the volume will benefit scholars interested not only in French and francophone questions, but also in language contact, developing LL methodologies, and the ongoing discussions around the relationship between quantitative and qualitative analytical strategies.«
Will Amos, Linguistic Landscape 6:3/2020