L'intégration des immigrantes d'origine algérienne, marocaine et tunisienne au Québec
Our research deals with immigrant women originating from three North African countries: Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. Despite the similarity of their cultural background, these countries have evolved differently in relation with political environments such as: the French colonization, the independence and its aftermath. These circumstances have had a different impact particularly on women's conditions. Three different women's profiles appear to exist in the Maghreb. Within the Quebec immigration context marked with ambiguities such that immigrants carry on with their original way of life, we wondered whether these women conserve as well their differences when they become integrated within the Quebec society or, on the contrary, allow them to gradually disappear in time. Starting from three different profiles that characterize the Muslim women coming from the Maghreb, our main objective is to study the way these immigrant women become integrated into the Quebec society. Specifically, the ultimate purpose is to establish to what extent women coming from the Maghreb keep their respective differences while becoming integrated within the Quebec culture."--Résumé abrégé par UMI.