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    La construction identitaire des jeunes francophones en situation minoritaire au Canada : negociation Desrontieres linguistiques au fil du parcours universitaire et de la mobilite meographique

    Pilote, Annie, Magnan, Marie - Odile
    Canadian Journal of Sociology, Spring, 2012, Vol.37(2), p.169(27) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cengage Learning, Inc.
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    Titre: La construction identitaire des jeunes francophones en situation minoritaire au Canada : negociation Desrontieres linguistiques au fil du parcours universitaire et de la mobilite meographique
    Auteur: Pilote, Annie; Magnan, Marie - Odile
    Sujet: Canadians - Youth
    Description: This article focuses on the identity construction process of Francophone university students who are evolving in a Canadian minority context and who previously attended a French High School. The approach used is constructivist and centered on the ways youths react to different existing identity categories. The analysis of identity pathways experienced by youths throughout their university studies allow us to observe that the majority of our respondents (64 over 76) chooses categories that oppose minority Francophones to two majorities: Francophones Quebecois and English Canadians. Only 12 respondents seem to have a plural conception of identity, a conception that calls into question the dichotomous boundaries between these groups. The majority of identity narratives analyzed point to a sense of communalization, more specifically a sense of belonging to a Francophone minority. Our research results pertaining to young adults puts in perspective previous research that have underlined the bilingual identities of teenagers who evolve in a Francophone minority context. Cet article porte sur le processus de construction identitaire des etudiants universitaires francophones canadiens evoluant en contexte minoritaire et qui ont ete scolarises en francais au secondaire. L'angle d'approche est constructiviste, centre sur le rapport des jeunes face aux differentes categories identitaires existantes. L'analyse des parcours identitaires vecus au fil des etudes universitaires permet de constater que la majorite des jeunes interviewes (64 sur 76) s'inspirent principalement des categories opposant les Francophones minoritaires a deux majorites : les Francophones quebecois et les Anglophones canadiens. Seuls 12 repondants adoptent une vision plurielle de l'identite, une vision qui remet en question les frontieres dichotomiques entre ces groupes. La majorite des recits identitaires analyses laissent transparaitre une communalisation autour du sentiment de former une minorite francophone. Ces resultats de recherche sur les jeunes adultes remettent en perspective les recherches anterieures qui ont souligne les identites bilingues des adolescents evoluant en contexte minoritaire francophone.
    Fait partie de: Canadian Journal of Sociology, Spring, 2012, Vol.37(2), p.169(27)
    Identifiant: 0318-6431 (ISSN)

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    The Elusive Faces of Modernity: Jacques Greber and the Planning of the 1937 Paris World Fair

    Udovicki - Selb, Danilo Francois
    Urban History Review, March, 2001, Vol.29(2), p.20 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY IN FRANCE

    Heilbron, Johan
    European Societies, 01 January 2001, Vol.3(1), p.41-67 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Etienne Cabet and the Problem of Class Antagonism

    Johnson, Christopher H
    International Review of Social History, 1966, Vol.11(3), pp.403-443 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Etienne Cabet and the Problem of Class Antagonism
    Auteur: Johnson, Christopher H
    Echelle: 1966
    Sujet: Sociology & Social History - History & Archaeology;
    Description: The place of Etienne Cabet in the history of French and European socialism has been misunderstood and its real importance diminished in part due to the only detailed study of his life and thought, Jules Prudhommeaux's Icarie et son fondateur Etienne Cabet (Paris: Cornély, 1907). This work possesses many merits but is limited by the framework made explicit in its subtitle: “a contribution to the study of Experimental Socialism”. The author is principally concerned with Cabet as the creator of a communist colony in the backwoods of America. This emphasis relieved Prudhommeaux of the task of investigating the role of Cabet in the turbulent politics of France before and during the Revolution of 1848. By ignoring this period of Icarian history, he inadvertently strengthened the impression that Cabet's historical significance was as the Utopian archetype. Such was not the unique image of the father of Icarian communism during the 1840's, however.
    Précédemment: 196612
    Fait partie de: International Review of Social History, 1966, Vol.11(3), pp.403-443
    Classement: 196612
    Identifiant: 0020-8590 (ISSN); 1469-512X (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0020859000003187 (DOI)