Type of publication: Research Article
central asia, tajikistan, migration, migration processes, social processes
The article discusses the life of a Tajik settlement through the prism of migration processes and their impact on the structure of a rural community and presence in the everyday reality of the settlements inhabitants. A large-scale labor migration shapes new social realities, being reflected in everyday practices as well as important life-cycle events (marriages, etc.); it further alters the structure of consumption and material demands. The examination of migration processes through the study of a single settlement helps to understand both the common aspects of labor migrations coming out of Tajikistan, with their ways of infl uencing social life, and the particular regional aspects.
Zotova, N.A. 2012. Kishlak by the River: A Case Study of the Migration Process in One Settlement. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 4: 51-67
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