Bourhis, Richard Y.

Professor Université du Québec à Montréal, Faculté des sciences humaines, Département de psychologie
City: , Montreal Quebec Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 1.514.987.3000, poste 4852 Theme Acculturation of minorities
Quebec Anglophones
Bilingualism
Discrimination
Immigration
Identity
Integration of minorities
Official languages
Migrations
Linguistic Landscape
Language Policy
Quebec
Sociolinguistic
Vitality
Interest with research on linguistic minorities - Communautés de langue anglaise et francaise du Québec et du Canada
- Minorités linguistique en Europe
Publications on Linguistic Minorities

, (2012 ), Group vitality and French-English Relations in Quebec, H. Bories-Sawala & N. Schaffeld (dirs)., Wer spricht Kanadisch? Who speaks Canadian? Qui parle canadien?Diversitas Linguarum, Bochum, Germany, Universitatsverlag Norbert Brockmeyer, 25-49.

, (2012 ), The Decline of the English School System in Quebec, Moncton, Canadian Institute for Research Linguistic Minorities.


, (2008 ), Group Vitality, Cultural autonomy and the Wellness of Language Minorities, dans R. Y. Bourhis (dir.), The Vitality of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec: From Community Decline to Revival, Montréal / Moncton, Centre d’études ethniques des universités montréalaises, Institut canadien de recherche sur les minorités linguistiques, 185-211.



, (2008 ), The English-speaking communities of Quebec: Vitality, multiple identities and linguicism, dans R. Y. Bourhis (dir.), The Vitality of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec: From Community Decline to Revival, Montréal / Moncton, Centre d’études ethniques des universités montréalaises, Institut canadien de recherche sur les minorités linguistiques, 127-164.

, (2008 ), The vitality of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec: From Community Decline to Revival, Montreal and Moncton, Centre d'Études ethniques des universités montréalaises and Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities.



, (2003 ), Measuring ethnocultural diversity using the Canadian Census, Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada, 25, 9-32.


, (2002 ), La loi 101 et l'aménagement du paysage linguistique au Québec, Revue d'aménagement linguistique, 105-106, 107-132.

, (2001 ), Acculturation, language maintenance and language shift, dans J. Klatter-Filmer & P. V. Avermaet (dir.), Theories on Maintenance and Loss of Minority Languages, Münster, Waxmann, 6-37.

, (2001 ), Reversing language shift in Quebec, .A. Fishman (dir.), Reversing Language Shift: Can Threatened Languages be saved?, Bristol, UK, Multilingual Matters, 101- 141.


, (1997 ), Linguistic landscape and ethnolinguistic vitality: an empirical study, Journal Of Language And Social Psychology, 18, 23-49.

, (1996 ), Attitudes et comportements linguistiques dans les zones bilingues du Canada, dans J. Erfurt (dir.), De la polyphonie à la symphonie : méthodes, théories et faits de la recherche pluridisciplinaire sur le fait français au Canada, Leipzig, Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 89-117.

, (1994 ), Bilingualism and the language of work : The linguistic work environment survey, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 105-106, 217-266.

, (1994 ), French-English language issues in Canada, Berlin / New York, Mouton de Gruyter.

, (1994 ), French-English language issues in Canada. Double thematic issue, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 105-106.


, (1994 ), The Genesis of Vitality theory: Historical patterns and discoursal dimensions, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 108, 167-206.

, (1993 ), Attitudes des étudiants canadiens anglais face aux accents des professeurs de français en Ontario, La revue canadienne des langues vivantes / Canadian Modern Language Review, 49 (2), 209-235.





, (1984 ), Conflict and Language Planning in Quebec, Bristol, England, Multilingual Matters.




, (1977 ), Towards a Theory of Language in Ethnic Group Relations, Howard Giles (dir), Language, Ethnicity and Intergroup Relations, London, Academic Press, 307-348.