Mustafa Shokai on transfer of kazakh population to settled lifestyle by the soviet authority


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  • А. Dogalov West Kazakhstan Innovation and Technological University
  • B. Yessenaliyev West Kazakhstan Innovation and Technological University
  • N. Dosmaganbetov L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32523/2789-4320-2023-1-59-66

Keywords:

cattle breeding, nomadic farming, half nomadic farming, agriculture, economic activity, intensification, settled lifestyle, land-utilization, resettlement policy.

Abstract

Mustafa Shokai is prominent political, state and public figure of Alash party and of Kazakh population. He was famous publicist of international level, human rights defender and researcher of political and socio-economic problems of Turkic populations that were in composition of Russian Empery, and then of Soviet Union.

One of the central themes of his research were anti-national reforms on implementation of the process of settled way of life of nomadic and half nomadic Turkic populations, that were hold by Stalin and his supporters and that lead to tragic, disastrous results.

Being more than 20 years in immigration, Mustafa Shokai, depending on facts and statistics that were provided in official Soviet press thoroughly researching political and socio-economic reforms that were held, discovered their anti-national meaning with respect to native population. His works, devoted to the process of implementing settled way of life of Kazakh population and that tragedy that it survived those years have been considered.

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Published

2023-03-30

How to Cite

Dogalov А., Yessenaliyev Б., & Dosmaganbetov Н. (2023). Mustafa Shokai on transfer of kazakh population to settled lifestyle by the soviet authority. ECONOMIC Series of the Bulletin of the L N Gumilyov ENU, (1), 59–66. https://doi.org/10.32523/2789-4320-2023-1-59-66

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