Sociology

January 1, 2022

Shadowed Social Aspects of the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic, as many experts and observers have already noted, did not so much generate, but intensify and exacerbate some of the negative trends that existed in society before its appearance. The current situation shows that many half-hidden problems in society have suddenly turned into social pain points, which […]
August 27, 2021

The Social Progress Index Gives its Independent Assessment

There are various ways of perceiving and measuring a country’s success. One of the most basic ones involves tying the success to the economy and mainly measuring the economic performance of a nation. However, the economy does not always tell the whole story, as even a stronger economy does not […]
November 23, 2020

How the Pandemic Changes City Life: Turkistan City Example?

The COVID-19 infection, which started to spread in many countries of the world in early 2020, caused the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare the coronavirus as a global pandemic. The rapid spread of the pandemic around the world caused the closing of the borders between countries, the weakening of […]
October 24, 2020

Women in Politics: Global and Kazakhstan Trend

Gender equality is one of the basic human rights, which means that men and women have the same and equal opportunities and potential to develop themselves in all spheres of life. For a long time, politics has been a field of males, while females were kept away from politics for […]
October 5, 2020

Ethnic Diversity Change in Kazakhstan during 2010-2020

Kazakhstan, inhabited by more than 120 ethnic groups, is the most ethnically diverse country among the post-Soviet states. Its polyethnicity is the result of the complicated historical events and the legacy inherited from the USSR. Kazakhstan’s total population has recently reached 18,631,779 people, which is 14.9%, or 2,428,505 people, more […]
August 31, 2020

Kazakh Diaspora in Iran and the Nurly Kosh Program

The Kazakh diasporas in the world were formed as a result of many historical events. Throughout the history of Kazakhstan, Kazakhs left their homeland for other countries only in exceptional circumstances – as a result of political, economic, and religious oppression, rebellions and wars, genocide and famine, particularly, in the […]
April 27, 2020

Social and Cultural Infrastructure of Turkistan Region

The key indicators of the socio-economic development of Kazakhstan affect the living standards of local people in different parts of the country. In this regard, the state of social and cultural infrastructure in the regions has not yet been fully addressed. Accordingly, the measures taken within the scope of the […]
December 25, 2019

Social Media and Language

Each person is constantly changing. To-day we are not the same as yesterday, and this happens not by chance, but under the influence of various factors – the environment, education, the people with whom we interact, the information that we receive daily from various sources. Views, values, thinking are changing, […]
August 13, 2019

Asya Avrupa No: 43

Kıymetli okuyucularımız, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Üniversitesi’ne bağlı Avrasya Araştırma Enstitüsü’nün aylık yayın organı Asya Avrupa Dergisi’ni yayına hazırlayan tüm ekip adına sizlere saygılar sunuyorum. Bilindiği üzere, geçtiğimiz ay, Türkiye’de 15 Temmuz 2016’da gerçekleşen hain darbe girişiminin yıl dönümünü idrak ettik. Milletin silahlarının yine millete doğrultularak Türk vatandaşlarının şehit edildiği ve […]
July 31, 2019

Are Humanities Still Relevant?

There is no doubt that the world of the 21st century relies heavily on rapid changes in natural sciences and technology. Many experts and reputable scientists, as well as politicians and businessmen, believe that humanities have passed the peak of their development, have lost their prestige, and, more-over, are in […]