Emerging Trends in the Socio-Economic Status of English-Speaking Quebec: Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed

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Title
Emerging Trends in the Socio-Economic Status of English-Speaking Quebec: Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed
Abstract
An examination of the inter-regional dimensions of socio-economic status and the selective nature of Anglophone out-migration over the past generation. The authors contend that there is emerging in Anglophone Quebec a growing under-class that is noticeably characterized by a sizable visible minority immigrant group in urban settings, and a somewhat marginalized “left-behind” community in rural settings.
Book Title
The Vitality of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec: From Community Decline to Revival
Place
Montréal
Publisher
CEETUM, Université de Montréal
Date
2008
Pages
19-35
Language
en
URL
Citation
Floch, William, and Joanne Pocock. “Emerging Trends in the Socio-Economic Status of English-Speaking Quebec: Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed.” In The Vitality of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec: From Community Decline to Revival, edited by Richard Y. Bourhis, 19–35. Montréal: CEETUM, Université de Montréal, 2008. http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2014/pc-ch/CH3-2-16-2013-eng.pdf.
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