Present-day ethnic processes in the USSR.
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Published by Progress in Moscow .
Written in English


  • Ethnology -- Soviet Union

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ContributionsBromleĭ, I︠U︡lian Vladimirovich., Institut ėtnografii imeni N.N. Miklukho-Maklai︠a︡.
LC ClassificationsGN585R9 S6813 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination276 p.
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19887806M

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Thus, the authors of a book Present-day ethnic processes in the USSR, published in in the Soviet Union in an English translation, noted with satisfaction that, in many autonomous republics and regions of the RSFSR, all children of the indigenous ethnicities were taught in Russian In another book published in , the leading Soviet Cited by: 6. Under the USSR, however, the situation saw an inverse ethnic equilibrium, with a russian majority on what had been a drasticly sakha-majority region prior to it. The Sakha Republic is, despite the Russian Federation supression of minotiry groups, one of the lucky groups to . Rasma Karklins, “Nationality policy and ethnic relations in the USSR” in James R. Millar (ed.), Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR: A Survey of Former Soviet Citizens (Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, ), – Google ScholarAuthor: Robert J. Brym. Full text of "Races and Peoples: Contemporary Ethnic and Racial Problems" See other formats.

studies of ethnic and national factors. One result is the volume on Contemporary Ethnic Processes in the USSR. History, linguistics, physical anthropology, ethno-graphy, sociology, psychology economics, and political science are all combined in an attempt to provide a comprehensive assessment of critical ethnonational structures and trends. Afghanistan - Afghanistan - Daily life and social customs: Religion has long played a paramount role in the daily life and social customs of Afghanistan. Even under the mujahideen leaders, Afghanistan appeared to be on a course of Islamization: the sale of alcohol was banned, and women were pressured to cover their heads in public and adopt traditional Muslim dress. 04 CONFLICT AND RECONSTRUCTION IN MULTIETHNIC SOCIETIES Demographic situations are shaped not only by natural growth (or decline) of the population, but also by migration processes. The ethnic makeup of the population and its proportions are determined through marriages (resulting in a change in identities and the passage of represen- tatives. Rethinking Interethnic Marriage in the Soviet Union. with implications for present-day disparities in gender equality. (Interethnic marriages and their role in ethnic processes in the USSR Author: Dmitry Gorenburg.