The Development of Canadianism in the English-Language Universities of Quebec, 1960-1970

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Title
The Development of Canadianism in the English-Language Universities of Quebec, 1960-1970
Abstract
The author defines "Canadianism" as the implementation of the concept of bilingualism and biculturalism in Canada. Curricula at McGill, Sir George Williams (now part of Concordia), and Bishop's universities were studied to assess Canadian content. Faculty attitudes were surveyed to evaluate contemporary perceptions of the importance of stressing "Canadianism" through curricula offerings. An interesting sidelight is a study of faculty personnel characteristics and of academic employment trends in English Quebec universities in the 1970s.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Place
Amherst, MA
Date
1971
# of Pages
v-220p.
Language
en
Citation
Gordon, Robert Arthur. “The Development of Canadianism in the English-Language Universities of Quebec, 1960-1970.” PhD dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1971.
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