Aspects sociolinguistiques de la francisation d'une entreprise privée

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Title
Aspects sociolinguistiques de la francisation d'une entreprise privée
Abstract
The study of the "francisation" process of an unnamed Montreal brewery, founded over 200 years ago. The process was instituted in the 1970s following the passage of Bill 101, the Charter of the French Language. The study presents an analysis of the social significance of changes in the level of French and English usage in key situations as indicators of changes of level in social relationships between persons and groups in the company.
Publication
Sociologie et Sociétés
Volume
Vol. 21
Issue
no. 2
Pages
115-128
Date
Octobre 1989
Language
fr
Citation
Heller, Monica S. “Aspects sociolinguistiques de la francisation d’une entreprise privée.” Sociologie et Sociétés Vol. 21, no. 2 (October 1989): 115–128.
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