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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:54552
Doc. No:TL24506
Call number:‭NR01149‬
Main Entry:Pierre Sercia
Title & Author:Les modèles d'intégration sociale d'élèves fréquentant les écoles ethnoreligieuses au QuébecPierre Sercia
College:Universite de Montreal (Canada)
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:238
Abstract:This study focuses on the impact of attending an ethnoreligious school on different dimensions of social integration. Data are measures of students of fourth and fifth secondary registered in French speaking ethnoreligious schools in the province of Quebec. This study is also set in the continuity of the researches of a multidisciplinary team of University of Montreal (McAndrew, 1995–1999) that focuses on the social integration of immigrants students. It uses a modified version of the questionary “Vécu scolaire et social des élèves scolarisés dans les écoles secondaires de file de Montreal” (McAndrew et Lemire, 1995). In a first part, the analysis shows that there are some significant differences between armenians, Jews and Muslim children attending these schools (attitude toward their own cultural group and participation in the culture of the welcoming society). In a second part, the author compares these students with a reference group of armenians, Jews and Muslims attending public schools. This reference group comes from McAndrew's data. The results also show some significant differences between the two groups (attitude toward their own cultural group, participation in the culture of the welcoming society, school participation and the quality of interethnic relations).
Subject:Education; Ethnoreligious schools; French text; Immigrants; Quebec; Social integration; Educational sociology; Bilingual education; Multicultural education; 0282:Multicultural education; 0340:Educational sociology; 0282:Bilingual education
Added Entry:Universite de Montreal (Canada)