By S. Fenton, S. May
The prominence of ethnonational identities and routine is of accelerating curiosity and main issue in modern day global. however the nature and significance of those identities stay sick understood. Ethnonational Identities breaks major new floor by way of exploring the advanced dimensions of ethnonational id claims, their political mobilisation, and a large choice of comparative contexts during which they're stumbled on. together with case reviews from the Québécois to the Mäori and from Kashmiri nationalism to interethnic festival within the Caribbean, it may be learn through all people with an curiosity or involvement within the fields of ethnicity, nationalism and identification politics.
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Instead, provisions were formulated whereby speciﬁc domain-related language uses were required. For example, French was not mandatory in the communication of a ﬁrm with its partners outside Québec. Ten years after the passage of Bill 101, the Ofﬁce de la Langue Française revealed that 40 per cent of Québec ﬁrms affected by the Bill still did not have a francisation certiﬁcate. A further 54 per cent of francisation committees were considered to be inactive and these were present in ﬁrms which represented less than half the workers in Québec affected by the programme (Fournier, 1991: 92).
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