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Utilisation des services gouvernementaux de langue française

Written by Marc Leger :: [Wednesday, 30 September 2009 11:26] Last updated by Kaitie Babin :: [Tuesday, 18 August 2020 13:19]
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Year: 2009 Authors and Collaborators Deveau, Kenneth; Landry, Rodrigue; Allard, Réal; Theme Francophones
Government Services
City: , Moncton Publishing Company: , Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities Abstract In 2008, a survey was conducted among 600 Nova Scotians residing in the regions of Argyle, Clare, Chéticamp, Halifax and Isle-Madame. More than 70% of the Province’s Francophone population lives in these five regions.  Inspired by the self-determined ethnolinguistic behaviour model (Landry, Allard, Deveau and Bourgeois, 2005), the survey questionnaire included approximately one hundred questions on various aspects of language experiences, psycholinguistic development and language behaviour.  The survey results evaluate the effects of two levels of factors on the utilization of services in French, namely the structures connected to the proactivity in the offering of service in French as well as sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic personal variables. Summary. PDF Version.
Research Report. PDF Version. This document is available in French only.