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Bibliography/Bibliographie

By Norman, Sherry | Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, Fall 2001 | Go to article overview

Bibliography/Bibliographie


Norman, Sherry, Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal


Prepared by Sherry Norman

University of Calgary

Bibliographies

Beidler, Peter G., Harry J. Brown, and Marion F. Egge. The Native American in Short Fiction in the Saturday Evening Post: An Annotated Bibliography. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 2001. 315 pp.

Bergeron, Michel. "Bibliographie recente d'histoire de l'Eglise canadienne 2000-2001." Etudes d'histoire religieuse 67 (2001): B1-B28.

Michel, Bergeron. "Current Bibliography of Canadian Church History 2000-2001." Historical Studies 67 (2001): B1-B28.

Carlson, Keith Thor. Melinda Marie Jette, and Kenichi Matsui. "An Annotated Bibliography of Major Writings in Aboriginal History, 1990-99." Canadian Historical Review 82, 1(2001): 122-171.

Hiller, Harry H., and Simon Langlois. "The Most Important Books/Articles in Canadian Sociology in the Twentieth Century: A Report." Canadian Journal of Sociology 26, 3 (Summer 2001): 513-516.

Lowe, Ronald. Siglit Inuvialui Uqautchiita Nutaat Kipuktirutait Aglipkaqtat/Siglit Inuvialuit Eskimo Dictionary. 2nd Ed. Revised and Expanded. Quebec: Editions Nota bene, 2001. 585 pp.

Mentor. Darlyn, Beverley Jacobs, and Rachela Naccarato. Critical Readings: Aboriginal Peoples and Racism in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Race Relations Foundation, 2001. 72 pp., ISBN: 0968798268.

"Recent Publications in Canadian Labour History (no author)." Labour/Le Travail 48 (Fall 2001): 361-387.

Stevenson, Michael D. "Recent Publications Relating to Canada." Canadian Historical Review 82, 3 (Sept. 2001): 605-618.

Bilingualism

Aunger, Edmund A. "Justifying the End of Official Bilingualism: Canada's North-West Assembly and the Dual-Language Question, 1889-1892." Canadian Journal of Political Science 34, 3 (2001): 451-486.

Couture, Monique M. "Canada Moves to Resolve Bilingual Confusion." Managing Intellectual Property 115 (Dec. 2001/Jan. 2002): 35-38.

Dagenais, Diane, and Catherine Berron. "Promoting Multilingualism through French Immersion and Language Maintenance in Three Immigrant Families." Language Culture and Curriculum 14, 2 (2001): 142-155.

Duquette, Georges. "Double Minoritisation: Intragroup Domination and Cultural Hegemony." Language Culture and Curriculum 14, 2 (2001): 98-111.

Canadian Ethnic Studies/Etudes ethniques au Canada, XXXIII, No. 3, 2001

Hayday, Matthew. "Confusing and Conflicting Agendas: Federalism, Official Languages and the Development of the Bilingualism in the Education Program in Ontario, 1970-1983." Journal of Canadian Studies 36, 1 (Spring 2001): 50-79.

Lester, Normand. Le livre noir du Canada anglais. Montreal: Intouchables, 2001. 302 pp., ISBN: 2895490457.

Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica, and Judith K. Bernhard. "Struggling to Preserve Home Language: The Experiences of Latino Students and Families in the Canadian School System." Bilingual Research Journal 25, 1-2 (Winter/Spring 2001): 115-145.

Schwimmer, Eric. "Langue basque et le biculturalisme." Anthropologie et societes 25, 1 (2001): 141-150.

Business, Economics and Finance

Drover, Glenn, and K. K. Leung. "Nationalism and Trade Liberalization in Quebec and Taiwan." Pacific Affairs 74, 2 (2001): 205-224.

Li, Peter S. "Chinese Canadians in Business." Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 10, 1 (2001): 99-121.

Loo, Tina. "Of Moose and Men: Hunting for Masculinities in British Columbia, 1880-1939." Western Historical Quarterly 32, 3 (2001): 296-319.

Marger, M. N. "Social and Human Capital in Immigrant Adaptation: The Case of Canadian Business Immigrants." Journal of Socioeconomics 30, 2 (March 2001): 169-170.

-----. "The Use of Social and Human Capital among Canadian Business Immigrants." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 27, 3 (July 2001): 439-453.

Maxim, Paul S., and Jerry P. White. "Dispersion and Polarization of Income among Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Canadians.

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