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This section contains a list of reference books, articles, and other works that have been cited for the book The Re-Islamization of Society and the Position of Women in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is two things: a relatively new state, and a nation in the process of formation. This process is a contradictory one, in which many ideological stimuli contend, ideological stimuli with roots in the social, political and socio-cultural processes of former times. The collapse of the USSR and the emergence of newly independent states on formerly Soviet territory took place over a short period of time and under relatively favourable conditions: there was not much bloodshed and no significant wars.

Keywords: Post-Soviet Uzbekistan; Re-Islamization



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