Unpacking the Diversity of Quebec Anglophones

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Unpacking the Diversity of Quebec Anglophones
Abstract
Quebec's English-speaking population is characterized by multiple identities that include regional diversity, education, generation, gender, income, bilingual capacity and community identification. An analysis by the author of a 2005 survey of more than 3,100 Quebecers who speak English most often in their homes found a community that shares views on several matters but also have divergent opinions based on such characteristics as socioeconomic status and region of residence.
Place
Sainte-Foy, QC & Moncton N.B.
Publisher
Community Health and Social Services Network & Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities
Date
2006
# of Pages
29p.
Language
en
URL
unpacking_diversity_quebec.pdf
Citation
Jedwab, Jack. Unpacking the Diversity of Quebec Anglophones. Sainte-Foy, QC & Moncton N.B.: Community Health and Social Services Network & Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities, 2006. unpacking_diversity_quebec.pdf.
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