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Les représentations du "devoir de mémoire" en contexte de démocratie plurielle: analyse de discours des leaders afro-descendants du Québec

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par Brice Armand Davakan
Université du Québec à Montréal - Maîtrise 2005

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My name is Brice Davakan. I am a master's student in Sociology at Uqam.

My reason for meeting with you is my research on «the duty of remembrance» among Africans and Afro-descendants living in Montreal. My purpose is to establish your position--as a leader of your community--on the duty of remembrance. By that I mean your position regarding the diverse claims that some specific historical events should be taken into account in social life and acts. This issue is similar to issues at the « United Nations' conference on racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance », that took place in Durban, South Africa, from August 31st to September 8th, 2001. In the case of Africans and Afro-descendants, that «duty of remembrance» is specifically linked to slavery, to colonisation, and to the on-going and varied forms of racism.

I appreciate very much your accepting to participate in my research.

This participation is voluntary and you will be able to end it at any time. You can also choose not to answer some questions. Please be assured that what you say will be kept strictly confidential, and that the WORDS reported in the thesis will be absolutely anonymous. for the purpose of the exactness of the words, I would like, with your permission, to record the interview. The interview will be transferred to Compact Disc, and the CDs will be kept as archives in a sealed drawer at the Department of Sociology of Uqam, and you will be able to access them at any time.

The interview will take from 60 to 90 minutes, and is divided into five sections.

Before we begin, I would like to know if you have any questions.


I agree to participate in the research of Brice Davakan on «Representations of duty of remembrance in a context of plural democracy», which research is being done as part of his Master's Degree in Sociology at UQÀM.

I agree to be interviewed by him, and I have been informed that I MAY end my participation at anytime, AND refuse to answer some questions.

I agree that the interview will be recorded on a Compact disc (CD), and I understand that I will be able to listen it at anytime on request. Only the student researcher and professor Micheline Labelle, his thesis advisor, will have access to the CD or to its transcript. The content of the interview will be used exclusively for the thesis, which final report will run the results or extracts under the condition that it will be impossible to identify any interview subject.

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Name of LEADER interviewed Name of the interviewer

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Signature of the leader Signature of he interviewer


Date and place of the interview

Section 1:


Sous-section 1: Les caractéristiques socio-démographiques du répondant

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