January 9, 2023

University Towns in Kazakhstan: The case of Turkistan

The city of Turkistan has seen tremendous transformations over the past several years. From a small modest provincial city in southern Kazakhstan, it became a developing regional center home to over 200 thousand people. Over the past ten years, its population has increased by nearly 50%, which made it one […]
November 30, 2022

Transforming Education Summit 2022: A New Vision of Challenges and Solutions

One of the biggest global forums on education, the United Nations Education Transformation Summit, was held in New York City from 16 to 19 September 2022. The summit took place during the 77th session of the UN General Assembly and was convened by the Secretary-General to put education at the […]
June 8, 2022

The Importance of Journalism in the Sociocultural Context

The cornerstones of any successful society are the media and the press. They are the “Fourth Estate of the realm” – a crucial supporting pillar of statehood to legislature, judiciary and executive to impose and ensure people’s control over other institutions. Independent press has the potential to expose both deliberate […]
June 3, 2022

Implications of COVID-19 for India’s School Education

Since the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools in the world were forced to shift their activities into an online mode in order to continue learning during school closures. While in some countries shift to online learning revealed a potential for innovation in school education, in other countries, it […]
May 7, 2022

Islamic Practices in Virtual Space

Questions about how Muslim communities are adapting to the digital age, how the online environment is transforming their identities, authority systems, and religious practices worry both Muslims themselves, who are trying to understand the influence of the Internet on their spiritual life and religious scholars, psychologists, anthropologists, sociologists who are […]
April 22, 2022

Mythology in Everyday Life in the Context of the Study of the Sacred Places of Turkistan

Researching the history and culture of Turkistan requires the joint study of more than one discipline. These are mainly fields such as archeology, ethnography and sociology. The cultural characteristics of Turkistan, the mythological analyzes of the region’s sacred places and legends help us to understand the changes in the mythical […]
April 4, 2022

Relationship between Intellectual Development and Poverty

A number of social and life science studies show that living in poverty significantly increases the likelihood of incarceration, homelessness, being a single parent, dropping out of high school, and even dying at an earlier age. What’s more, some evidence also tells us that poverty and the stress associated with […]
March 1, 2022

Prospects for the Development of Telemedicine

The phenomenon of telemedicine did not arise in our lives due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it was in the last two years that this sector has become more relevant than ever before. Social distance, which is one of the key conditions for the prevention of COVID-19, is the main […]
February 28, 2022

Global Citizens Attraction Factors

Countries can be compared based on thousands of criteria, and different results can be achieved each time. In the end, any comparison is just an issue of metrics and their relative weights. Regarding such assessments, one criterion lies relatively on the surface, and it can help develop a rough understanding […]
December 27, 2021

The Future Work Is a Hybrid Model

Traditional working models have gone through a series of changes where new working models are increasingly taking part in our lives. The majority of the working model was offline and working in the offices has gone through a major modification during the COVID-19 pandemic era forcing many to work online […]