Donald M. Taylor
Office: 2001 McGill College, 1455
Department of Psychology
2001 McGill College, 7th floor
Prof. Taylor is conducting laboratory and field research in the area of intergroup relations. Of particular interest are the conditions under which members of a disadvantaged group will accept their situation, take individual action, or instigate collective action. Current research focuses on refugees in Canada, racial groups in urban centres in Canada and the United States, South Africa and Indonesia and aboriginal groups such as the Inuit of Arctic Quebec and the Mohawks.
Taylor, D.M. Usborne, E. & de la Sablonniere, R. (2008). Bilingual education in Aboriginal communities: Towards a vibrant Aboriginal identity. Encyclopedia of language and literacy development. Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network.
Taylor, D.M. Caouette, J., Usborne, E., & Wright, S. C. (2008). Aboriginal languages in Québec: Fighting linguicide with bilingual education. Diversité Urbaine, 8, 69-90.