Aspects of Altaic Civilization III: Proceedings of the Thirtieth Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, June 19-25, 1987

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Denis Sinor
Psychology Press, 1990 - Altaic languages - 265 pages
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Contents

ECOLOGY AND ECONOMY
1
LANGUAGES
33
APPENDIX Classifications of Turkic Languages
46
HISTORY
73
RELIGION
118
FAMILY AND SOCIETY
141
DEMOGRAPHY
171
Population Trends hy Repuhlic 19261939
186
Central Asia 1897 Ruralurhan distrihutions hy nationality and ohlast
204
Central Asia 18971911 Population increase
205
Central Asia 19091910 Birth and death rates
206
CentralAsia 1911 Population hy district ruralurhan distrihution and ethnic composition
207
Population hy repuhlic 1926
208
Distrihution of ethnic groups hy repuhlic 1926
209
Movementsof population hy repuhlic 1926
210
Population change hy repuhlic 19261939
211

Filmic composition and changes
188
Population
191
Summary of Urhan and Rural Trends
194
Soviet Period General Considerations
196
APPENDIXDemographic tahles 1 Central Asia 1897 Population hy administrative divisions 1897 houndaries
198
Central Asia 1897 Ethnic composition hy district
199
Central Asia 1897 Indigenous peoples
200
Central Asia 1897 Sex composition and ratios hyohlast
201
Central Asia 1897 Ruralurhan distrihution
202
Central Asia 1897 Indigenous peoples ruralurhan distrihution
203
Titular nationality hy repuhlic 19261939
212
USSR Indigenous peoples of Central Asia Population change 19261939
213
VIM CITIES
219
Appendix Tahle II Central Asia 19261939 Site Class
230
Trihal Divisions
239
Dates of Estahlishment of Central Asian Repuhlics
247
BIBLIOGRAPHY
253
INDEX
279
CORRECTIONS
295
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