Co-variation between interethnic relations and social organization in Inner Asia

by Frank B. Bessac

Publisher: Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters in [Ann Arbor]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 392 Downloads: 246
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  • Social structure -- Asia, Central,
  • Kinship -- Asia, Central,
  • Kazakhs -- Social life and customs,
  • Mongols -- Social life and customs,
  • Kazakhs -- Kinship,
  • Mongols -- Kinship,
  • Asia, Central -- Ethnic relations

Edition Notes

StatementFrank B. Bessac.
SeriesPapers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters -- v. 50, Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters -- v. 50.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 373-392 ;
Number of Pages392
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13550754M

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The purpose of this article is to analyze the relationship between international organizations and member states. Our basic ;irgument is that the linkage between the two entities requires a sociological analysis not just a description of mechanisms as they are supposed to : Hassan Nafaa.

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European-centered theories for the Asia-Pacific region. In this sense as well, we believe that the encounter between the Asia-Pacific region and international re-lations scholarship can only illuminate and enrich both realms.

At a substantive level, the central concern of the volume involves the prospects for stability in the Asia-Pacific. The social consequences of immigration are not only the outcomes of immigrants' own values, skills, and motivations, but also reflect the reactions of the resident population.

This chapter concludes with a discussion of interethnic relations and public opinion on immigration, especially regarding concerns about the economic effects.

The Department ‘Integration and Conflict’ at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Günther Schlee) and the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Zurich (Peter Finke) start a new cooperation with the launch of the “Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia”.

The first joint project on “Ethnic Differentiation, Interethnic Relations. This chapter traces the links between ethnicity and business and demonstrates how these ties provide insights into daily social relations among ethnic communities.

An understanding of the economic ties developed among ethnic communities will be used to draw attention to the issue of identity and communal cohesion involving the Chinese, a. Intergroup relations (relationships between different groups of people) range along a spectrum between tolerance and intolerance.

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In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # The next section will illustrate such difficulty by showing how non-Western IRT in Asia is being developed (or, in the case of Taiwan, ignored) under the complicity of imperialism and academic IR as a Western social science, followed by a brief examination of the abortive effort to construct a ‘non-European’ China Studies in Japan after the.

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