Publication details [#26247]
Heller, Monica. 1995. Language choice, social institutions, and symbolic domination. Language in Society 24 (3) : 373–405.
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Cambridge University Press
This analysis of French-language minority education in a high school in the English speaking province of Ontario, demonstrates how curriculum content, program structure and the social organization of turn-taking support or oppose an ideology of institutional monolingualism and how individuals' language use and code-switching reflects collaboration with or resistance towards these settlements.