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Sociocultural Identity of the Kyrgyz People in the Context of Tolerance

B.M. Koshbakova
80,00 Р

UDC 316.4(575.2)       

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.07-22.113           

Batmahan M. Koshbakova, Cand. Sc. (Sociology), Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology and Social Work of the Kyrgyz National University n.a. Jusup Balasagyn, Kyrgyzstan, e-mail: batma02@mail.ru

Modern Kyrgyzstan is a multi-ethnic, multi-confessional state with a rich history of interaction between different peoples and ethnic groups. The importance of tolerance as an integral characteristic of a modern and civilized society is emphasized. The article is written on the basis of data from a sociological study conducted in 2019–2020. The analyzed materials showed that over the years of independence, not all citizens of the country of different ethnic communities have realized that they are part of the single people of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Key words: identity, sociocultural identity, tolerance, confessions.

 

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