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Language Planning, Ideology, and Constitutional Law: Francophone Minority Education in Canada

Written by Louis-Patrick St-Pierre :: [Monday, 28 October 1996 09:16] Last updated by Azure René de Cotret :: [Monday, 01 February 2021 10:44]
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Year: 1996 Authors and Collaborators Martel, Angéline; Theme Canada
Linguistic minorities
Volume and number: , 20 (2) Journal: , Language Problems and Language Planning Pages : , 127-156 Abstract Exposes the legal and ideological changes that occurred regarding the Francophone minority educational system before and after 1982 in Canada. The article concludes that providing minorities with strong constitutional guarantees regarding their language's official status allows them to develop their own voice in democracies although these guarantees are subject to ideological power games.