Anthropologist

Publisher: Kamla-Raj Enterprises

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    ABSTRACT: The curator is the organizer of the activity of students in the group and coordinator of educational influences. That is, how he interacts directly with the students and with teachers. Success in the formation of expert depends on well-formed educational process involving a curator. The paper presents a detailed analysis of the special aspects of a curator-adviser as the most important indicator of professional activity of a University teacher. The results of the adviser considered in its annual assessment and conclusion of the individual labour contract for the following year. Such control activities contribute to the monitoring of the educational process in universities. An advisor system initiates the giving of advice to the user of a computer-based system, when such advice is deemed to be desirable. This assistance function must be aligned with more direct tutorial provision of an introductory nature, when the latter is provided
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    ABSTRACT: The paper presents a detailed analysis of the special aspects of distance learning in the educational system of Kazakhstan. The meaning of the basic concepts and categories are revealed, the characteristics of distance learning in the educational system of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as issues of further improvement are given. The originality of the research is in the obtained scientific results, where the conceptual apparatus of research is formed; the essence, significance and role of distance education are shown. Distance learning is a method of instruction delivered while the instructor and student are separated by distance and/or time. These aims are to provide mass education and/or training to interested students and employees from varied and numerous cultural backgrounds. Since the concept of distance learning was introduced, methods for delivering instruction have rapidly changed as its'technology continued to develop.
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    ABSTRACT: Sheik Sufi Akhmet Khazini's works are of great value in defining the relationship between sufis and great sufis spread in Central Asia. His manuscripts that were kept in Turkey and France have been the main data of the paper. Akhmet Khazini's life was discussed, his political and religious principles were defined through the above mentioned sources. The author of the paper verifies that Akhmet Khazini has been a sheik of two big religions. The author also informs us about his political and religious situation during that period. The activeness of sufi in his religion as well as political pursuit in Buhara caused Akhmet Khazini to relocate to Osman country from there. However, Sheikh showed that he preferred collaboration to competitiveness in his principles. On the basis of a comprehensive analysis of Shaykh's activities, his religious and political parties was revealed. Therefore, Ahmad Khazini should be seen as a spiritual person as well as a politician.
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    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to determine the role of famine in the 1930s and its consequences in the Kazakh steppe. The authors indicate the cause of the hunger which were laid mostly on economic mismanagement and Soviet struggle against the rich peasants. Statistics, concerning food and livestock revealed the wrong data and provided a false favorable situation. The authors considered Stalin's policy as deliberately implemented. It did not take into account the traditional relations: the existent nomadic and semi-nomadic economy. The Kazakh Steppes produced a small quantity of grain. As a result the fast sedentarization, which managed without the necessary conditions, led to the killing and dekulakization of more skilled and effective peasants who might help their poorer relatives overcome the crisis and survive. The Kazakh society lost around 40 percent of its population. The hunger also led to migration of thousands to the neighbouring regions.
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    ABSTRACT: The everyday life of the city population of North Kazakhstan between the year 1920-1930s has been analyzed through the analysis of family and social relations of these people. This paper provides an analysis of scientific literature covering specific areas of study of everyday life of the population of cities of the Soviet Union. Authors have used sourced file copies, museum collections of written documents, and statistic materials. The authors have reported changes in the consciousness of citizens of the Soviet Union which has led to modernization of social relations as an example of a city population of this region. The authors have come to the conclusion that new forms of political organization in the society had impact on the modernization of private life, family, marriage and had caused new problems, that manifested themselves through the loss of previous family values.
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    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this research is to examine the expert opinions on the territorial and border issues in the CAR. The border issues are of key importance in Central Asia Relationships (CAR). The border between the region states, carried out in the Soviet period, excluding local religious, cultural, ethnic and economic specificity, are increasingly turning to the conflict zones. In the context of the existing situation it requires careful attention, both from officials and the scientific community of the region. Priority basis of the paper were Central and Western experts survey, conducted by the authors and introduced into scientific use. In the course of research, the common ground and knots of contradictions were identified in the expert's approaches on the issue. This fact indicates the complexity of solving the underlined issues in the short term.
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    ABSTRACT: The paper analyses the historiography of the batyr's role in maintaining the integrity of the Kazakh state in the first quarter of the XVIII the second half of XIX century. The researchers demonstrate the degree of study of the theme and peculiarities of approaches in the development of the institute of batyrs and its role in the unity of the Kazakh khanate. The researchers identified contemporary tendencies and directions in the study of theoretical problems of the role of batyrs as a social institute ('institution' should have been more appropriate) in the life of Kazakh society. Certain aspects of the problem, such as the term "batyr", the social structure of the Kazakh society, the role of batyrs as a public institution in the life of Kazakh people. Modem Kazakh historiography is characterized by a trend away from dogmatic stereotypes, expansion of range of issues under study and attraction of oral folklore materials on the topic that interests people.
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    ABSTRACT: The birth of Kazakhstan was great and worthy. The researchers have analyzed the historical significance of scientific works of al-Mashani in Heritage Research eastern thinkers, as well as his great contribution to the development of Farabi directed science. The scientist had read many books by Nosir Abu al-Farabi, which proved that he was a Kazakh and was born in Otrar, the largest center of the ancient culture of Kazakhstan and Central Asia, which was called Farabi. Akzhan Mashanov was rightly regarded as the first consultant to study the scientific heritage of great ancestors including al-Farabi. His findings which brought back the memories of al-Farabi were noteworthy and commendable. Based on documentary sources, the researchers examined the scientific and pedagogical activities of the thinker. Deep geological knowledge and mastering of fundamentals of physical, and mathematical sciences led Mashanov to the mathematical basis of the processes, occurring in the bowels of the earth. Knowledge in the field of geology, mathematics, geometry, mechanics and mining allowed him to create new scientific direction - "Geomechanics".
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    ABSTRACT: This study is a research on the situation of the industrial system in Kazakhstan in the year 1954. The young Soviet state pursued a policy of industrialization of the country, as the Government became aware that the Second World War was inevitable. Millions of people from the Soviet State have passed through this industrial system; the prisoners were used as free labour for industrial purposes. In this regard, the industrial centers were established in places where there were deposits of natural resources, but it experienced a shortage of workers. This is clearly demonstrated in the history of the industrial system of Kazakhstan, on the territory of KarLag, Steplag and others. The situation in Kengir, (of which at the present time, it is referred to as Zhezkazgan City), in the year 1954 was the beginning of the collapse of Steplag. The government closed Steplag, which had already warped thousands of lives, in the year 1957.
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    ABSTRACT: The paper presents a detailed analysis of the evolution of taxation in Kazakhstan. The researchers try to reveal the meaning of the basic concepts and categories, to give the characteristics of the main types of taxes in accordance with the Tax Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as further improvements in the tax system. The purpose of the research is to obtain scientific results which formed the conceptual apparatus of research; it shows the essence, significance and role of taxes in the formation of state revenues. Taxes are not just facts relating to the empirical sphere, they are political institutions. As it happens with other institutional facts, they have only a temporal dimension. Therefore, its emergence as a social institution can be considered in the context of different evolutionary development of the state or country.
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    ABSTRACT: Shokan Ualikhanov was the first Kazakh scholar, who researched history and culture of Kazakhstan and Central Asian people. He used written data and samples of folk literature as historical data in order to research history of Kazakhstan and Central Asian people. He copied Kazakh and Kyrgyz peoples songs "Edige", "Kozy Korpesh - Bayan Sulu", "Manas" and translated them into Russian for the first time. Moreover, Shokan Ualikhanov used "Shaybaninama" Abizgazy's "Shezhire and Turkic" Kadyrgali Zhalairi's "Jamigat - Tauarich", Mohammed Haidar Dulati's works "History and Rashidi", Golden Horde khans decrees, "Tazkira - Yi Sultan Satuq Bugra Khan" from Kashgar, Mohammed Sadiq Kashgari's "Tazkira - Yi kozhakan" manuscript in research on the history of the Central Asian people and introduced them into the scientific study for the first time. His theories related to. the history of Central Asian peoples of that time are still scientifically meaningful.
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    ABSTRACT: Kazakh children have been playing "asyk" (playing with lamb bone) from ancient times. Currently, the game still retains its value among the Kazakhs, as it is commonly played among the Turkic-Mongolian people in Eurasian Steppe. This paper is based on materials that researchers have received during excavations in East Kazakhstan in 2014. Researchers found about 140 "asyk" that relate to the primitive era. "Asyk" was in a stone bowl, at the feet of the deceased. Some of the "asyks" had drilled holes. The purpose of this paper is to explore the Kazakh children's game "asyk" and to identify common trends in the culture of the Turkic people. Also, this game marked the beginning of some modern gambling (dice). This fact speaks about its connections to all of humanity and as well has some social functions (people used it in resolving disputes).
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    ABSTRACT: This paper is devoted to the ancient agricultural Kazakh rite - tasattyq "call for rain", which has not lost its significance till date. This is evidenced by numerous ethnographic data collected by researchers for several years of field research in different regions of Kazakhstan. The Kazakh people have retained a wide range of relicts of rituals and rites, dated back to pre-Islamic traditions, which were influenced by Islam. The Rite "tasattyq", which is important in ceremonies of the annual cycle of calendar rituals, reflects the close relationship between human beings or communities and nature and is permeated by the idea of fertility, prosperity, rich harvest and good offspring of cattle. These ideas and practices have been preserved for the ceremonies associated with agricultural activity of the Kazakhs in our days.
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    ABSTRACT: This paper reflects the activities of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in ensuring human and social security within the context of the latest threats. Recent geopolitical trends highlight the statement of the problem as it may influence the evolution of the organization, in particular, its fight against destructive elements. The paper focuses on the implications of the SCO for ensuring human and social security in its area of activities including Afghanistan due to its geographical proximity with Central Asia. It argues that the SCO's activities of ensuring human and social security will eventually turn the organization into a security organization. It has been discovered that the perceived notion about the availability of information in abundance concerning SCO is far from the truth. There is, in fact, a scarcity of evidence base. Therefore, in addition to the authentic available sources, the results of the surveys conducted among domestic and foreign experts by the authors have been used in this paper in order to substantiate the arguments.
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    ABSTRACT: The paper presents new archaeological data obtained in the course of research on the burial Karakaba Kazakh Altai (Republic of Kazakhstan) in 2012-2014. The authors explore the funeral ceremony, features the design and facilities inside the grave. Musical Instruments and craniotomy and other data allows authors to reconstruct the hierarchy of the society of the ancient Turks.
    No preview · Article · Dec 2015 · Anthropologist