The Class Bases of Language Policy in Quebec, 1949-1975

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Title
The Class Bases of Language Policy in Quebec, 1949-1975
Abstract
A neo-Marxist analysis of the language question in Quebec from the Quiet Revolution to the early 1970s. The author focuses on the interplay between the Francophone bourgeoisie and petite bourgeoisie over the language issue, and the use of the French language as the key component in the process of legitimating aspects of the post-Quiet Revolution capitalist state
Publication
Studies in Political Economy
Volume
Vol. 3
Pages
93-117
Date
Spring 1980
Language
en
Citation
Coleman, William. “The Class Bases of Language Policy in Quebec, 1949-1975.” Studies in Political Economy Vol. 3 (Spring 1980): 93–117.
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