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. Tambov: Gramota, 2011. № 5. Part 4. P. 214-216.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
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THE LANGUAGE FACTOR OF THE POLITICAL PROCESS OF CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES

Shakurova Gul'naz Zinnatullovna
Kazan' State Energy University


Abstract. The goal of this article is studying language factor influence on the political processes of Central Asian countries. The author pays special attention to language and policy interconnection. The problem of state languages status becomes important in connection with the situation of choosing the national future strategy of Central Asian countries.
Key words and phrases: политический процесс, языковая политика, языковое планирование, страны Центральной Азии, региональная картина мира, этноязыковая ситуация, постсоветское пространство, political process, language policy, language planning, Central Asian countries, regional world picture, ethno-language situation, post-soviet space.
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