Polat, Fazlı
September 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2005, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p161
Academic Journal
This study examines the background of the religious beliefs of the Kyrgyz within the sociocultural context, and analyzes how the regulations concerning the relations between religion and state are shaped in the process of restructuring following the independence, and how religion managed to exist before independence. Also, how the religious mobilities is shaped in the post-Soviet era and the effects on people of the influences of foreign religious movements are observed and discussed.


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