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Buying and reading books for pleasure - 2005 national survey - executive summary / : CH44-61/2005-1
This national telephone survey was carried out between January 5 and January 31, 2005, and was based on a random sample of 1,963 Canadians 16 years of age and older, including an oversample of respondents from minority official-language communities. The primary purpose of the survey was to provide a detailed statistical picture of the habits of Canadians with respect to buying and reading books for pleasure, as well as to update the findings of Reading in Canada 1991, undertaken by Ekos on behalf of Canadian Heritage.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Heritage. Publishing Policy and Programs Branch.|
|Title||Buying and reading books for pleasure - 2005 national survey - executive summary /|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
|Note||"This survey was commissioned by the Research, Analysis and Industry Development Directorate of the Publishing and Programs Branch, ... and its partners ..."--Verso of cover.|
|Number of Pages||English text, 22p. ;|
|Dimensions||28 cm. +|
|Subject Terms||Books, Reading|
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