Le bien-être psychologique des francophones et des anglophones : le rôle des points tournants de l'histoire du Québec

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Title
Le bien-être psychologique des francophones et des anglophones : le rôle des points tournants de l'histoire du Québec
Abstract
Temporal Relative Deprivation is the distressing feeling experienced by individuals following negative comparisons between the current and past situations of the group they belong to. The author points out that previous empirical studies on Temporal Relative Deprivation identified a modest negative predictive link between Temporal Relative Deprivation and psychological well-being. Traditionally, researchers who evaluated Temporal Relative Deprivation asked people to compare their current group situation with one single point of comparison in the past. The author set out to re-conceptualize Temporal Relative Deprivation Theory in the context of Quebec for Anglophones and Francophones, considering the key periods in Quebec's history, being several points of comparison in the past.
Publication
Diversité urbaine: Plurilinguisme et identites au Canada
Volume
Hors série
Pages
131-144
Date
Automne 2008
Language
fr
Citation
de la Sablonnière, Roxane. “Le bien-être psychologique des francophones et des anglophones : le rôle des points tournants de l’histoire du Québec.” Diversité urbaine: Plurilinguisme et identites au Canada Hors série (Automne 2008): 131–144.
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