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Title: Acculturation and integration : Indian students in Winnipeg
Authors: Schwartz, Toni
Issue Date: 1973
Abstract: The subject of this study was to examine some of the effects education has on the acculturation and integration of Indian students into the dominant middle class-oriented Euro-Canadian culture. The survey was conducted of Indian students in Winnipeg, using a mailed questionnaire. Two hundred and forty-four questionnaires were sent out to Indian high school students in Winnipeg. A combination of a high non-response rate for key questions and a low rate of return in general made it impossible to complete the analysis as planned. The main outcome of this research was the delination of areas to be pursued in future research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/5852
Other Identifiers: ocm72802503
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