The Cultural Narrative of Francophone and Anglophone Quebecers and Their Perceptions of Temporal Relative Deprivation: Links with Esteem and Well-Being

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The Cultural Narrative of Francophone and Anglophone Quebecers and Their Perceptions of Temporal Relative Deprivation: Links with Esteem and Well-Being
Abstract
The author describes her program of research that investigates the hypothesis that a clear cultural identity is associated with positive personal and collective self-esteem, and positive well-being. Applying the hypothesis to Francophone and Anglophone Quebecers, the author found that Francophones have a positive personal self-esteem and personal well-being, but Anglophones have a negative collective self-esteem.
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PhD dissertation
University
McGill University
Place
Montreal
Date
2005
Language
en
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Citation
Bougie, Evelyne. “The Cultural Narrative of Francophone and Anglophone Quebecers and Their Perceptions of Temporal Relative Deprivation: Links with Esteem and Well-Being.” PhD dissertation, McGill University, 2005. http://digitool.library.mcgill.ca/webclient/StreamGate?folder_id=0&dvs=1372733082646~136.
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