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Title: Acculturation or assimilation : a geographic analysis of residential segregation of selected ethnic groups : Metropolitan Winnipeg, 1951-1961
Authors: Fromson, Ronald David
Issue Date: 1965
Abstract: The purpose of this study is a geographic analysis of ethnic group residential segregation in the Metropolitan Winnipeg Area. In particular, this study examines five selected ethnic groups in the Metropolitan Winnipeg Area during the period 1951 to 1961, from the point of view of changes in the respective residential distributions. Basic to this point of view is the assumption that ethnic groups in the Winnipeg area have demonstrated throughtout the city's history a definite tendency, in varying degrees, towards residential segregation...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/3434
Other Identifiers: ocm72771838
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