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1. Cooper Frederick,, and Rogers Brubaker,. 2005. “"Identity".” Pp. 5990 in Colonialism in question: theory, knowledge, history, edited by Frederick Cooper. Berkeley: University of California Press.
2. Kirmse Stefan B. 2013. Youth and globalization in Central Asia : everyday life between religion, media, and international donors. Frankfurt ; New York: Campus Verlag.
3. Liu Morgan Y. 2011. “"Central Asia in the Post-Cold War World".” Annual Review of Anthropology 40:115131.
4. Reeves Madeleine,, Johan Rasanayagam,, and Judith Beyer (Eds.). 2014. Ethnographies of the state in Central Asia: performing politics. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
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