POSTCOLONIALISM IN CENTRAL ASIA. IDEOLOGICAL MYTH OR REALITY?

  • RUSTEM ZHANGOZHA Doctor of Political Sciences, Chief research worker of the Institute of World History National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5516-0958

Abstract

 The article deals with the conceptual conflicts of socio-political transit - independence of the Central Asian region countries.


           The reconstruction of the transit typology of the new independent Central Asian states reveals a complex symbiosis of paternalism, quasi-liberalism and populism. This indicates the loss of ethnocultural continuity of the peoples of the region.


Keywords:  Society, politics, post-colonialism, socio-political transit. Political discourse and political populism, ethno-cultural mentality, historical and cultural continuity.


Keywords:  Society, politics, post-colonialism, socio-political transit. Political discourse and political populism, ethno-cultural mentality, historical and cultural continuity.

Published
2020-12-22
How to Cite
ZHANGOZHA, RUSTEM. POSTCOLONIALISM IN CENTRAL ASIA. IDEOLOGICAL MYTH OR REALITY?. HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ETHNOLOGY, [S.l.], n. IV, p. 1-8, dec. 2020. ISSN 2449-285X. Available at: <http://sciencejournals.ge/index.php/HAE/article/view/60>. Date accessed: 19 jan. 2021.
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS