The vitality of the English-speaking community of Quebec : a sociolinguistic profile of secondary 4 students in Quebec English schools / [by] Rodrigue Landry, Réal Allard and Kenneth Deveau. : CH3-2/17-2013E
Analyses 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 the country and as the defining characteristic of a collective entity in Quebec, and by elaborating a sociolinguistic profile of secondary 4 (grade 10) students attending English schools in Quebec.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Canadian Heritage.|
|Title||The vitality of the English-speaking community of Quebec : a sociolinguistic profile of secondary 4 students in Quebec English schools / [by] Rodrigue Landry, Réal Allard and Kenneth Deveau.|
|Series title||New Canadian perspectives1203-8903|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)||The ISBN (978-1-200-99608-8) for the French edition incorrectly copied in this publication.|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Canadian Heritage .|
|Description||206p. : figs., graphs, references, tables ; 23 cm.|
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