Évolution de l’assimilation linguistique au Québec et au Canada entre 1971 et 1991

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Évolution de l’assimilation linguistique au Québec et au Canada entre 1971 et 1991
Abstract
Using census data between 1971 and 1991, the author concludes that the relative degree of French-language assimilation during this period among recent immigrants to Quebec can be attributed to increased immigration from countries where Latin languages are spoken, or immigration from other French-speaking countries, and to a lesser extent to the obligatory French-language education mandated under Bills 22 and 101. In contrast, English-language assimilation was stronger among longer-established immigrants (e.g. Italians) and among Allophones born in Quebec.
Publication
Recherches sociographiques
Volume
Vol. 38
Issue
no. 3
Pages
469-490
Date
1997
Language
fr
Citation
Castonguay, Charles. “Évolution de l’assimilation linguistique au Québec et au Canada entre 1971 et 1991.” Recherches sociographiques Vol. 38, no. 3 (1997): 469–490.
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