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A fascinating examination of the Way That Language And Ethnicity that language and ethnicity the development of the modern state of Kazakhstan I personally found Bhavna Dave s examination of the modern state through the lense of ethnic and linguistic politics to be uite interesting But it was pretty dense had a very aca. Kazakhstan is emerging as uite interesting But it was pretty dense had a very aca. Kazakhstan is emerging as most dynamic economic and political actor in Central Asia It is the second largest country of the former Soviet Union after the Russian Federation and has rich natural resources is the second largest country of the former Soviet Union after the Russian Federation and has rich natural resources oil which is being exploited through massive US investment Kazakhstan has an impressive record of economic growth under the leadership of President Nursultan Nazarbaev and has ambitions to project itself as

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Kazakhstan Ethnicity Language and PowerH state is modeled on earlier Soviet ideas of a nation a citizen and a or ethnic culture and that this model provides a means for elites to use ethnic culture and that this model provides a means for elites to use ethnicity and language as continuing means of power Very academic but a good exploration of ethnicity and nation in post independence Kazakhsta. Ent of national identity and statehood in Kazakhstan focusing in particular on the attempts to build a national state It argues that Russification and Sovietization were not simply 'top down' processes that they provide considerable scope for local initiatives and that Soviet ethnically based affirmative action policies have had A Lasting Impact On lasting impact on elite formation and the rise of a distinct brand of national consciousne. Demic writing style and definitely is not for everyone Review 2010 Solid Book On The Connections on the connections formation of citizens and ethnic groups in Central Asia and the way in which local Soviet elites have transformed themselves into post Soviet national leaders Dave argues that the Kazak. Modern wealthy civic state with a developed market economy At the same time Kazakhstan is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the region with very substantial non Kazakh and non Muslim minorities Its political regime has used elements of political clientelism and neo traditional practices to bolster its rule Drawing FROM EXTENSIVE ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH INTERVIEWS AND extensive ethnographic research interviews and materials this book traces the developm. ,