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Les Cahiers du Gres

Managing editor(s): Deirdre Meintel (Directrices), Sylvie Fortin (Directrices)

Title followed by Diversité urbaine

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Les Cahiers du Gres is a learned journal published from 2000 until 2006 by Groupe de Recherche Ethnicité et Société. The journal focuses on new cultural modes, on ethnicity, on ethnic relations, on immigration in addition to social dynamics in Quebec and abroad. This journal wishes to be a multidisciplinary place of publication, for new and accomplished researchers alike whose work mostly inscribes itself in an empirical approach. Papers, in French or English, can take the form of articles or research notes.

The name changes in 2006 (vol. 26, no. 2) for Diversité urbaine.

Les Cahier du Gres is available in open access.

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Open access

The journal’s archives are offered in open access.

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