Study of Leisure Activities and Preferences of Fifth and Sixth Grade Pupils in Montreal: An Exploratory, Comparative Study of English-Speaking, Canadian-Born, White Pupils and West Indian Immigrant Pupils

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Study of Leisure Activities and Preferences of Fifth and Sixth Grade Pupils in Montreal: An Exploratory, Comparative Study of English-Speaking, Canadian-Born, White Pupils and West Indian Immigrant Pupils
Abstract
The author explores the leisure activities, patterns and preferences of 145 grade 5 and grade 6 pupils from the English sector of the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal. She compares the activities of: White, Canadian-born English-speaking pupils; West Indian Black immigrant pupils who have been in Canada for less than three years; West Indian Black immigrant pupils who have been in Canada for more than three years; and Canadian-born Black students.
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Master's Thesis
University
Concordia University
Place
Montreal
Date
1979
Language
en
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Brouwer-Bergen, Martha Angelique. “Study of Leisure Activities and Preferences of Fifth and Sixth Grade Pupils in Montreal: An Exploratory, Comparative Study of English-Speaking, Canadian-Born, White Pupils and West Indian Immigrant Pupils.” Master’s Thesis, Concordia University, 1979. http://spectrum.library.concordia.ca/4348/1/MK41312.pdf.
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