Quebec Studies

Attitudes Towards Aboriginal Issues in Canada: The Changing Role of the Language Cleavage

Quebec Studies (1997), 23, (1), 3–12.

Abstract

Des années 1960 aux années 1980, les Francophones et les Québécois affichaient systématiquement une plus grande sympathie à l'endroit des revendications autochtones que les autres Canadiens. Depuis 1990, la situation a changé, et les Francophones et les Québécois manifestent des attitudes plus complexes et moins sympathiques que les répondants du reste du Canada. Ce virage est examiné au moyen d'une analyse secondaire de plusieurs sondages entrepris depuis 1991. Ce réalignement s'expliquerait par l'incidence de la crise d'Oka et l'échec de l'accord du Lac Meech sur les attitudes à l'endroit des autochtones au Québec.

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Laczko, Leslie