The Development of Islamic Institutions in the Post Soviet Era



The formation and consolidation of Pamiri ethnic identity in Tajikistan
Davlatshoev, Suhrobsho; Tokluoğlu, Ayşe Ceylan; Department of Eurasian Studies (2006)
The aim of this study is to examine the formation and consolidation of the Pamiri people in Tajikistan. The research focuses on two topics. The first is to compare the primordialist and constructionist schools over the question of the features individuating ethnic groups. The formation of Pamiri ethnic identity during the Soviet rule was selected as a case study of this thesis. The second topic of this study is to examine the formation of Pamiri ethnic identity and the factors that contributed for its conso...
The rise of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Post Soviet Uzbekistan
Yakın, Zeynep Dilara; Akçalı, Pınar; Department of Eurasian Studies (2005)
The thesis analyzes the conditions that gave rise to Hizb ut-Tahrir, a secretive international radical islamic movement, in post Soviet Uzbekistan. For this purpose, political, economic and socio-cultural conditions and the general characteristics of Hizb ut-Tahrir is examined by the help of historical background and content analysis. It is argued that the emergence of Hizb ut-Tahrir in post Soviet Uzbekistan as a result of interaction of political, economic and socio-cultural conditions in this country.
The role of ideology in revolutionary Iran's foreign policy:1979-1989
Gündoğan, Ünal; Altunışık, Meliha Benli; Department of International Relations (1996)
The emancipation of women in Stalinist Central Asia
Erdal, Şule; Güneş Ayata, Ayşe; Department of Eurasian Studies (2011)
This thesis mainly deals with the issue that if the policies of women's emancipation implemented in Stalinist Central Asia were constructed on the basis of Marxist ideology. For this purpose, after how the issue of women‟s emancipation is conceptualized in classical Marxism, the existing political, economic, sociocultural structures as well as the gender relations in the region before the confrontation between the Central Asians and Soviet Russians and the policies of women‟s emancipation implemented in the...
The role of language in the formation of Turkish national identity and Turkishness
Aydıngün, Ayşegül (2004-01-01)
Although not a reflection of liberal ideals, the Ottoman Empire had no official language policy or policies that standardized education. For the Ottoman rulers, the main aim was to maintain power and ensure the continuation of the Empire. However, the Turkish Republic was founded with the modernist idea of a nation-state, and therefore it required a common culture. As a result, language and education were standardized to create a Turkish national identity. Adoption of a language policy was one of the most i...
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P. Köksal, “The Development of Islamic Institutions in the Post Soviet Era,” 1992, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: