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Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies
Philosophy

Azimova, Dinora

Title: Natsional'noe, regional'noe i obshchechelovecheskoe v kul'ture narodov Tsentral'noi Azii
Date: 2000
Name of Degree: Doktor filosofskikh nauk
Institution: Natsional'nyi universitet Uzbekistana (former Tashkent State University)
Department: Filosofskii fakul'tet
Country: Uzbekistan
Keywords: Geoculture, Central Asia, Independence, Ethnicity, Regionalization, Globalization
Bibl. Info.: 222 pp., incl. tables. Articles published in magazines Taffakur, Muloqot, Obshchestvennye nauki v Uzbekistane, Fan, Central Asia Post, Eurasian Community, etc.
Contact Information:
Institution: University of World Economy and Diplomacy
Address: Tashkent \ 54, Buyuk Ipak Yoli \ Uzbekistan
Phone: [998](712)67-08-16
E-mail: dazimova(a)yahoo.com

Muminova, Oysanam Maksudovna

Title: Sotsial'no-filosofskii aspekt izucheniia kul'turnogo naslediia Uzbekskogo naroda [Social philosophic aspect of studying cultural heritage of Uzbek people]
Date: 1997
Name of Degree: Kandidat filosofskikh nauk
Institution: Samarkandskii gos. universitet
Department: Philosophy
Country: Uzbekistan
Keywords: Uzbekistan, Central Asia, Cultural Heritage
Contact Information:
Institution: Samarkandskii gos. institut inostrannykh iazykov [Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages] \ Kafedra filosofii i ekonomiki [Dept. of Philosophy and Economy]
Address: 703004 Samarkand \ ul. Akhunbabaeva, 93 \ Uzbekistan
Phone: [998](66)35-69-70, 33-78-43
E-mail: madina(a)bisr.silk.org

 

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