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タイトル: Neither exit nor voice : loyalty as a survival strategy for the Uzbeks in Kazakhstan
著者: Oka, Natsuko
岡, 奈津子
キーワード: Kazakhstan
Uzbekistan
Minority ethnic group problems
Immigrants' community
Ethnic minority
Mobilization
Co-optation
Uzbeks
Issue Date: Mar-2011
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 286. 2011.03
抄録: The June 2010 conflict between the Kyrgyz and Uzbek communities in southern Kyrgyzstan once again demonstrated the complexity of the ethnic question in Central Asia. Little is known, however, about the Uzbeks in Kazakhstan, whose settlements are concentrated in the south of the republic, in areas adjacent to Uzbekistan. What problems did the Kazakhstani Uzbeks face after the collapse of the Soviet Union and how did they seek to address these issues? This paper examines the attempts of Uzbek leaders to secure their share of power in their compact settlements and how they were co-opted or marginalized under the Nazarbaev administration. This paper shows that loyalty to the regime, not migration to the ethnic homeland or political mobilization, is an option available, and also preferable, for this ethnic minority in Kazakhstan.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/1068
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