Language planning and French-English bilingual communication: Montreal field studies from 1977 to 1997

@inproceedings{Bourhis2007LanguagePA,
  title={Language planning and French-English bilingual communication: Montreal field studies from 1977 to 1997},
  author={R. Bourhis and Elisa Montaruli and Catherine E Amiot},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract This article reviews key elements of the model of multilingual communication (MMC) (Sachdev and Bourhis 2001, 2005) as they pertain to the case of the “two solitudes” in the province of Quebec: the Francophone majority and the Anglophone minority. The first part of the article provides an intergroup analysis of how language laws in Quebec succeeded in changing the respective ethnolinguistic vitality of the Francophone majority and the Anglophone minority in the province. Along with the… CONTINUE READING
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