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I start with some methodological problems, and turn first to the definition of scope. Public signs have, as Landry and Bourhis (1997) noted, two major functions: to communicate, whether information “Habad Street” or instruction “No parking” or persuasion “Buy British,” “Vote for Bush” or to express a symbolic function, to declare ownership “Presidential Palace,” “First Methodist Church” or to mark linguistic dominance (to express power). In a multiliterate community, the second function may be added to the first by choice of language.