Changing Anglo-Quebecer Self Counciousness [sic]

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Authors/collaborators
Title
Changing Anglo-Quebecer Self Counciousness [sic]
Abstract
An updated and expanded version of a mid-1970s essay on the political evolution of Anglophone Quebecers towards provincial politics leading up to Quebec's first referendum on independence. The author describes the Anglophones as evolving from a population that once considered itself part of the English Canadian majority (and thus with little political attachment to the provincial government), to one that accepts that it is a minority group within a nationalist French Quebec state. He concludes this updated essay with suggestions on how English Quebecers might organize themselves politically in post-referendum Quebec.
Book Title
The English of Québec: From Majority to Minority Status
Place
Québec
Publisher
Institut québécois de recherche sur la culture
Date
1982
Pages
107-125
Language
en
Notes

This essay was originally published in French as: Stein, Michael B. (Juin 1977). Le rôle des québécois non-francophone dans le débat actuel entre le Québec et le Canada. Études internationales, Vol. 8(no. 2), 292–306.

Citation
Stein, Michael B. “Changing Anglo-Quebecer Self Counciousness [Sic].” In The English of Québec: From Majority to Minority Status, edited by Gary Caldwell and Éric Waddell, 107–125. Québec: Institut québécois de recherche sur la culture, 1982.
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