Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order

Elmuradov A (2021)
In: Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation. Pierobon C, Becker N, Schlegel S (Eds); Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia, 15. Baden-Baden: Nomos: 21-38.

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Pierobon, Chiara; Becker, Nora; Schlegel, Steve
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
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Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation
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Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia
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15
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21-38
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978-3-8487-7094-6
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Elmuradov A. Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order. In: Pierobon C, Becker N, Schlegel S, eds. Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia. Vol 15. Baden-Baden: Nomos; 2021: 21-38.
Elmuradov, A. (2021). Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order. In C. Pierobon, N. Becker, & S. Schlegel (Eds.), Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia: Vol. 15. Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation (pp. 21-38). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Elmuradov, Aziz. 2021. “Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order”. In Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation, ed. Chiara Pierobon, Nora Becker, and Steve Schlegel, 15:21-38. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Elmuradov, A. (2021). “Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order” in Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation, Pierobon, C., Becker, N., and Schlegel, S. eds. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia, vol. 15, (Baden-Baden: Nomos), 21-38.
Elmuradov, A., 2021. Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order. In C. Pierobon, N. Becker, & S. Schlegel, eds. Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia. no.15 Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 21-38.
A. Elmuradov, “Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order”, Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation, C. Pierobon, N. Becker, and S. Schlegel, eds., Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia, vol. 15, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2021, pp.21-38.
Elmuradov, A.: Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order. In: Pierobon, C., Becker, N., and Schlegel, S. (eds.) Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia. 15, p. 21-38. Nomos, Baden-Baden (2021).
Elmuradov, Aziz. “Uzbekistan between modernity and tradition: subject and symbolic order”. Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation. Ed. Chiara Pierobon, Nora Becker, and Steve Schlegel. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2021.Vol. 15. Transformation, development, and regionalization in Greater Asia. 21-38.
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