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Canadian language policies in comparative perspective / edited by Michael A. Morris
Montreal ; Ithaca, N.Y. : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2010
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 4th Floor  P119.32.C3 C355 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Language policy -- Canada
Language and languages -- Political aspects
Physical Description xv, 429 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Based on papers originally presented at the 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Québec, Québec, Aug. 1-5, 2000
Includes bibliographical references (p. [385]-419) and index
Contents Introduction: comparing perspectives on Canadian language policies / Michael A. Morris -- Introduction to part one / William F. Mackey and Michael A. Morris -- History and origins of langauge policies in Canada / William F. Mackey -- Comparing language policies / William F. Mackey -- Evaluating language policies / William F. Mackey -- Introduction to part two / Michael A. Morris -- The language issue in the United States, Canada, and Quebec: some comparative aspects / Jacques Maurais -- The danger of denial of languages: an Eastern European-Canadian comparison / Yaroslav Bilinsky -- Canada's domestic French-speaking groups and the international Franophonie compared / Jürgen Erfurt -- Introduction to part three / Michael A. Morris -- Linguistic issues and immigration in Quebec: relating the "Cultural Communities" to the "Quebec Nation" and the French language / Louise Fontaine -- Canadian federal policies in bilingualism, multiculturalism, and immigrant language training: comparisons and interaction / Eve Haque -- Canada's offcial languages in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario: a demographic comparison / Michel Paillé -- Introduction to part four / Michael A. Morris -- Language policy in Ontario: from the recognition of linguistic rights to the free-market policy / Normand Labrie -- The end of the language crisis in Quebec: comparative implications / Pierre Anctil -- Sythesis and conclusion / Michael A. Morris
Alternate Author Morris, Michael A

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