The Vitality of the English-Speaking Community of Quebec: A Sociolinguistic Profile of Secondary 4 Students in Quebec English Schools

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The Vitality of the English-Speaking Community of Quebec: A Sociolinguistic Profile of Secondary 4 Students in Quebec English Schools
Abstract
The authors analyze the vitality of the English language in Quebec by looking at a variety of sociolinguistic factors that influence its status as an official language of Canada and as a defining characteristic of the collective entity in Quebec, and by elaborating a sociolinguistic profile of secondary 4 (grade 10) students attending English schools in the province.
Series
New Canadian Perspectives
Place
Ottawa, ON & Moncton, NB
Publisher
Canadian Heritage & Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities
Date
2013
Language
en
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Available in French as:

La vitalité de la communauté de la langue anglaise du Québec: un profil sociolinguistique d'élèves du secondaire 4 des écoles anglophones du Québec

Citation
Landry, Rodrigue, Réal Allard, and Kenneth Deveau. The Vitality of the English-Speaking Community of Quebec: A Sociolinguistic Profile of Secondary 4 Students in Quebec English Schools. New Canadian Perspectives. Ottawa, ON & Moncton, NB: Canadian Heritage & Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities, 2013. http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/201/301/weekly_checklist/2014/internet/w14-30-U-E.html/collections/collection_2014/pc-ch/CH3-2-17-2013-eng.pdf.
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