Language Planning in Quebec: An Historical Overview and Future Trends

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Title
Language Planning in Quebec: An Historical Overview and Future Trends
Abstract
An description of the Quebec government's rationale from 1969 to 1977 for introducing various pieces of legislation to protect the French language in the province. The author concludes her overview with the prognosis that given the success of the legislation, "the English language would be viewed (by Francophones) as a societal resource amenable to rational development and planning."
Book Title
Conflict and Language Planning in Quebec
Place
Clevedon, Avon, England
Publisher
Multilingual Matters
Date
1984
Pages
29-52
Language
en
Citation
d’Anglejan, Alison. “Language Planning in Quebec: An Historical Overview and Future Trends.” In Conflict and Language Planning in Quebec, edited by Richard Y. Bourhis, 29–52. Clevedon, Avon, England: Multilingual Matters, 1984.
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