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Self identification in Central Asia

Self identification in Central Asia

According to the results of 1st Wave (May, 2017) of the Public Opinion Poll in Central Asia, people of region identify themselves as a citizen of their country.

Then, we could see that the next identification of personalities in Central Asian countries is a being member of clans.

Clans in Central Asia are networks based on regional and tribal loyalties, it is an informal identity network based on kinship ties and is common in semi-modern societies.

Ethnic self-identification is more reflected in Tajikistan than in other countries of Central Asia.

Some of respondents (participants of the survey) in Kyrgyzstan andekistan identify the

mselves as a human.


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