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Finally, section four explored their depth of knowledge on the Anglophone question.
11) A recent Canadian study suggested that, compared to Anglophone men outside of Quebec, more Francophone men living in minority settings rate their health as being poor.
The approaches that critique genetique represents are remarkably little known and practiced in the Anglophone domain.
In the current era of globalization, the influence of exposure to the Anglophone culture and the use of the modern lingua franca--English--is an important issue that triggers heated debates across the globe (see e.
The turmoil in the two English-speaking regions has been on since October 2016 when a lawyers' and teachers' strike snowballed into a general outcry against marginalisation by the predominantly francophone government and calls for the secession of the minority anglophones.
In the Anglophone part of Came- roon, finding the right spokespeople to negotiate the conditions for resol- ving the crisis is a matter of urgency.
The arrest of anglophone activists was part of the Cameroonian government's attempt to quash discontent emanating from its English-speaking regions.
When asked, the former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo implied that he would mediate with the Anglophone party if asked to do so.
Anglophone lawyers have been protesting about issues including the lack of an English version of the OHADA Uniform Acts, which are the main documents used in commercial proceedings in Cameroonian courts, and have rejected the Francophone Civil Code in their regions' courts.
The campaign against the separatists has led to night-time curfews, restrictions on movement, raids and body searches, as well as an attempt by the central government in Yaound to reach out to the Anglophone community for political dialogue.
This edition brings the major works of Swiss poet and essayist Pierre Voelin to anglophone readers for the first time.
In the 1990s the Confederation of Regions party, an anglophone nationalist party, proposed to abolish official bilingualism.
Anglophone Cameroonians make up about 20% of the country's 23 million people.
7 KTD (Ndlr: Le point etant une virgule en chiffrage anglophone, on ne sait plus le cout reel de cette usine).
Results are discussed using ethnolinguistic vitality and the Interactive Acculturation Model with implications for harmony and social cohesion between Francophone and Anglophone communities within Canada's "Bilingual Belt".