Pépin-Filion, Dominique

Dominique Pépin-Filion

Researcher Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities
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Dominique Pépin-Filion has been a researcher at the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities since 2012. Prior to this, he was an institutional researcher at the Université de Moncton and a lecturer in social science research methods at the  Shippagan Campus.  He also served as Director of the Economic Development and Employability Network in Yukon.  He earned a Master’s Degree in Regional Development at the Université du Québec in Rimouski and a doctorate in sociology at the Université Laval.  A proponent of the link between quantitative and qualitative methodologies, his research interests in relation to minority languages currently focus on migrations, demographic projections and post-secondary education.  He is also interested in economic development, including regional development and socio-economic inequalities.
City: , Moncton New Brunswick Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 1.506.858.4667 Research Themes Demography
Community development
Education
Identity
Migrations
Quebec
Health and Wellness
Socioeconomic
Sociology
Interest with research on linguistic minorities Demolinguistics; Post-secondary education; Socio-economic inequalities; Nationalism and identity. Ongoing projects



Publications on Linguistic Minorities


, (2015 ), Migrations des jeunes francophones au Canada, Moncton, Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities.

, (2014 ), Evolution of Bilingualism in New Brunswick, Moncton, Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities.


, (2013 ), Esquisse de la situation linguistique du Nouveau-Brunswick, Moncton, Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities.