Residential Patterns of New Immigrants and Linguistic Integration

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Title
Residential Patterns of New Immigrants and Linguistic Integration
Abstract
An examination of the residential patterns of new immigrants to Montreal and the impact of these patterns on subsequent language use in the workplace and educational programs. The authors conclude that immigrants in anglophone neighbourhoods appear to use English more than immigrants use French who live in francophone neighbourhoods.
Publication
The Canadian Geographer/Le géographe canadien
Volume
Vol. 38
Issue
no. 4
Pages
331-342
Date
December 1994
Language
en
Citation
Montgomery, Catherine, and Jean Renaud. “Residential Patterns of New Immigrants and Linguistic Integration.” The Canadian Geographer/Le géographe canadien Vol. 38, no. 4 (December 1994): 331–342.
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