Paths to Post-Nationalism: A Critical Ethnography of Language and Identity

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Index
Acadie 13, 18, 23, 50, 58–60, 70, 78, 95, 113, 116–118, 141, 146, 148, 152–155, 161, 173–189, 191, 195ch3n1
added value 19, 20, 101, 115, 124–128, 146, 170
Symbolic 19, 20, 157, 163
Alim, H. Samy 181
Allaire, Gratien 195ch3n1
Allard, Réal 99, 102
Alonso, José Antonio 170
Anctil, Pierre 16
Anderson, Benedict 7
Appadurai, Arjun 3, 41
Aracil, Lluis 197ch4n3
Arcand, Denys 69
Arnopoulos, Sheila 16, 80
Arsenault, Angèle 174–175
audio- and video-recording 43–45
authenticity 20, 28, 112, 128, 145–151, 155–162, 171, 186
Barth, Fredrik 36
Basch, Linda 10
Baugh, John 6
Bauman, Richard 7
Beaudin, Maurice 23
Beaulé, Denis 120
Beck, Ulrich 10
Belkhodja, Chedly 120
Belliveau, Joël, 195ch3n1
Bertrand, Gabriel 54, 195ch3n1
Bestor, Ted 41
bilingual education 97–98
bilingualism
in Canada 23–24, 28, 71–72, 198ch7n1
as capital and commodity 28, 91, 101, 110–112, 148–149, 165–170
discourses of 8, 101–103, 184–187
as practice and performance 83–85, 140
Billig, Michael 7
Blackledge, Adrian 41
Boudreau, Annette 162, 197ch4n2
boundary/boundaries 4, 7, 8, 17, 31–32, 36, 38, 48, 82, 87, 102, 144, 189
Bourdieu, Pierre 6, 10, 36, 37, 38, 71, 96, 101, 104
Boutet, Josiane 19, 20, 28, 50, 115, 168
Bouthillier, Guy 15
Bowles, Samuel 96
Braudel, Fernand 40
Breton, André 170
Breton, Raymond 24, 99
Briggs, Charles 7, 8, 44
Bucholtz, Mary 47
Burawoy, Michael 10, 41
Burgess, Tony 193
call centers 28, 50–51, 148, 150, 164–171, 184
Cameron, Deborah 19, 28, 50, 168

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