Archive for the ‘e-Paper’ Category.
Alkon, Cynthia. “The Increased Use of Reconciliation in Criminal Cases in Central Asia: A Sign of Reform or Cause for Concern?” 19th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law (2005), http://www.isrcl.org/.
Sections: Introduction; Why is Reform needed?; The Current State of the Law in Central Asia Regarding the Use of Reconciliation; Current Reconciliation Practices; Conclusion
Giovarelli, Renee, and Cholpon Akmatova. “Local Institutions That Enforce Customary Law in the Kyrgyz Republic: And Their Impact on Women’s Rights.” Agriculture & Rural Development e-Paper (2002).
Sections: Research Objectives; Introduction and Background; Methodology; Findings; Analysis and Discussion; Conclusion; Recommendations
Kamp, Marianne, and Russell G. Zanca. “Writing the History of Collectivization in Uzbekistan: Oral Narratives.” The National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (2008), http://www.nceeer.org/papers.html.
Sections: Executive Summary, Prior Work in this Area, The Significance of this Project, Class Identity in Rural Uzbekistan, Class Identity in Oral Histories of Collectivization, Bibliography
Relevance: “In a period when policy makers recommend changes to independent Uzbekistan’s land laws, this study may provide a deeper sense of cultural attitudes about land and livelihood in rural Uzbekistan, with implications for changes in land tenure systems.” (3,9)
Muminov, Ashirbek. “Traditional and Modern Religious-Theological Schools in Central Asia.” Political Islam and Conflicts in Eurasia (1999), http://www.ca-c.org/dataeng/09.muminov.shtml.
Sections: The Hanafite School of Religious Law (Madhhab Hanafiyyah), Characteristics of the Hanafites in Central Asia, ‘Popular Islam’, Hanafites in the contemporary period, Religious–Political Groups, Sufi Groups, Prospects for the Future