Ethnic Relations in Canada: Institutional Dynamics (Volume 219) (McGill-Queen�s Studies in Ethnic History)

By: Breton, Raymond

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This collection of Raymond Breton's essential writings highlights his work on French-English relations in Canada, examining the social origins of Quebec's Quiet Revolution, the different forms of English-Canadian and Quebec nationalism, the relationship between linguistic and regional divisions, and the dynamics of recurring constitutional crisis. Breton's writings on ethnic relations related to immigration consider the dynamics, political nature, and impact of immigrant ethnic communities and the origins of multiculturalism. He also explores the integration of immigrant ethnic communities across linguistic boundaries and the status of Aboriginal Canadians. The introduction by Jeffrey Reitz focuses on the evolution of Breton's distinctive institutional framework, which both extends and in some ways alters John Porter's classic analysis in

Title: Ethnic Relations in Canada: Institutional Dynamics (Volume 219) (McGill-Queen�s Studies in Ethnic History)

Author Name: Breton, Raymond

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Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press: 2005-10-13

ISBN Number: 0773530215

ISBN Number 13: 9780773530218

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: VeryGood

Seller ID: M0773530215Z2