Bilingual Health Care in Quebec: Public Policy, Vitality, and Acculturation Issues

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Bilingual Health Care in Quebec: Public Policy, Vitality, and Acculturation Issues
Abstract
The author explains group vitality and the Interactive Acculturation model. A significant part of the essay (p. 368-388) involves a case study of bilingual health care in Canada with the focus on Quebec, and a vitality discussion of Quebec's Bill 10 (An Act to Modify the Organization and Governance of the Health and Social Services Network, in Particular by Abolishing the Regional Agencies) that threatened to undermine the institutional vitality of Anglophone Quebec's health care governance and access to health care in English.
Book Title
Accessibility and Active Offer: Health Care and Social Services in Linguistic Minority Communities
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
University of Ottawa Press
Date
2017
Pages
349-396
Language
en
ISBN
978-0-7766-2563-8
Citation
Bourhis, Richard Y. “Bilingual Health Care in Quebec: Public Policy, Vitality, and Acculturation Issues.” In Accessibility and Active Offer: Health Care and Social Services in Linguistic Minority Communities, edited by Marie Drolet, Pier Bouchard, and Jacinthe Savard, 349–396. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press, 2017.
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