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January 2007

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES

  • STUDY BACKGROUND
  • RESEARCH PROBLEM
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    • Phase I – Research Review Methodology
    • Phase II – Qualitative Research Methodology
    • Phase III – Synthesizing Findings and Benchmarking Methodology

SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS

  • RESEARCH REVIEW – MAJOR FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS
    • The Canadian Scene – A National Environment That Encourages Diversity and Bilingualism
    • The Alberta Example – Moving Toward a Mandatory Second-Language Policy
  • THE SASKATCHEWAN SCENE – FACTORS AFFECTING PERCEPTIONS OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
    • Demographic and Socio-Economic Factors
    • Institutional Factors
    • Public Attitudinal Factors
  • RESEARCH REVIEW – GAPS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH
    • Qualitative Research Gaps
    • Quantitative Research Gaps
  • QUALITATIVE RESEARCH – MAJOR FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS
    • Perceptions of French Culture in Saskatchewan
    • Barriers to Second-Language Learning (French Immersion)

QUADRANT ANALYSIS – FACTORS AFFECTING PERCEPTIONS OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN SASKATCHEWAN

ACTIONABLE FACTORS – IMPLICATIONS AND SUGGESTED COURSES OF ACTION

BENCHMARKS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Macro Research
  • Saskatchewan-Specific Research