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ⓘ Qazaq (journal)




Qazaq (journal)
                                     

ⓘ Qazaq (journal)

Qazaq was a Kazakh language journal started by Akhmet Baytursinuli, Alikhan Bokeikhanov and Mirjaqip Dulatuli.

Qazaq was published from 1913 until March 1918, when it was shut down by the Soviet government. Influenced by other Jadid journals, Qazaq was considered to be a medium promoting the emerging Kazakh nationalism against Tsarist imperial policies. Qazaq published articles on the Kazakh culture, colonization of lands by Russian settlers, taxation issues, educational issues, pros and cons of Kazakh nomadic life and ongoing settlements etc. The founders of Qazaq newspaper wanted to introduce western style reforms to the Kazakh lands as a first step in the gradual progress of Kazakh people towards autonomy and independence.

Influenced by Western scientific and cultural achievements, contributors to the Qazaq newspaper wanted to introduce similar reforms to the nomadic Kazakhs. They thought nomadic life style is backward, and Kazakhs should sedenterize in order to resist Russian imperial policies, which were dislocating the nomadic life style. Although Soviet historians considered Qazaq as conservative, the journal had a strong reformist, progressive agenda. Both the Qazaq and Ay Qap were in favour of sedenterization, literacy, and westernization.

Those who favoured more western-style reforms contributed to Qazaq, while those who favoured Middle Eastern cultures as a model published Ay Qap at about the same time. Both journals wanted to realize autonomy and independence for Kazakhs, and they both envisioned reformation of Kazakh culture as a precondition for gradual realization of these goals.

                                     
  • i - 176. ISBN 978 - 4 - 904039 - 17 - 5. Nurlan, KENZHEAKHMET October 2013 The Qazaq Khanate as Documented in Ming Dynasty Sources Crosroads 8 131 156.
  • 2014. Population: 17, 948, 816 July 2014 est. Ethnic groups: Kazakh Qazaq 63.1 Russian 23.7 Uzbek 2.9 Ukrainian 2.1 Uighur 1.4 Tatar 1
  • Kazakhness: The Rise of Alash Orda and its Uniquely Kazakh Path, Vestnik: The Journal of Russian and Asian Studies March 29, 2014 Alash Orda Encyclopædia Britannica
  • and History of Central and Western Asia. Trubner Company. pp. 110 Journal of the North - China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. The Branch. 1876
  • October 9, 2018 Uzbekistan has blocked YouTube social network The Qazaq Times. Retrieved January 23, 2019. Махаллий ОАВ: Узбекистонда Facebook
  • analysis, see Pritsak, Omeljan 2006 2007 The Turkic Etymology of the Word Qazaq Cossack Harvard Ukrainian Studies. 28 1 4 237 XII. Cossack Online
  • magazines Ay Qap published between 1911 and 1915 in Arabic script and Qazaq published between 1913 and 1918 played an important role in the development
  • October 2019. Sweden granted political asylum to Sairagul Sauytbay The Qazaq Times. Retrieved 19 October 2019. Database of Xinjiang Victims Shahit
  • Kazinform. Retrieved 29 December 2017. ЖЫЛ АДАМЫ 2015 in Russian Qazaq Uni. Retrieved 29 December 2017. Бүгінгі күн мен үшін өте тамаша күн болды

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