Finno-Ugric republics and the Russian state by Rein Taagepera

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Published by Routledge in New York .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Russia (Federation)

Subjects:

  • Finno-Ugrians -- Russia (Federation)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-434) and index.

Book details

StatementRein Taagepera.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK34.F54 T33 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 449 p. :
Number of Pages449
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6805995M
ISBN 100415919770
LC Control Number00269170
OCLC/WorldCa42519757

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Author: Taagepera Rein (EN) Genre: Иностранная литература. A introductory fragment is available. Language of a book: Английский. Publisher: Gardners Books. DOWNLOAD A BOOK. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. The Finno-Ugric republics and the Russian state / Rein Taagepera Hurst & Co London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

1 In the late Soviet period intergenerational language transmission among the Finno-Ugric peoples of Russia was under decline in both family and school. That is why the national republics and other regions of post-Soviet Russia adopted extensions of native language teaching in school as one of the central goals of their language revival projects in an attempt to reverse the decline of non Cited by: 4.

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First Published in Routledge is Brand: Taylor And Francis. Keywords: state languages, sovereignty declarations, language policy, Finno-Ugric republics, Russia 1. Introduction At the late s, the nationalities question came again to the forefront of po-litical life in the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).

A process of. Soviet Russia applied now the well-known strategy of "divide and rule": instead of a single entity, stretching all the way to the Caspian Sea and bordering to Turkestan, as would have been natural and justified, the region was split into half a dozen different autonomous republics.

The first Soviet Russian creation to replace Idel-Ural, today's. On 31 Marchevery subject of Russia except the Tatar ASSR and the de facto state of Chechnya signed the Treaty of Federation with the government of Russia, solidifying its federal structure and Boris Yeltsin became the country's first president.

The ASSRs were dissolved and became the modern day republics. The number of republics increased dramatically as former autonomous oblasts were Government: Republic Government. Finno-Ugric (/ ˌ f ɪ n oʊ ˈ juː ɡ r ɪ k / or / ˌ f ɪ n oʊ ˈ uː ɡ r ɪ k /; Fenno-Ugric) or Finno-Ugrian (Fenno-Ugrian), is a traditional grouping of all languages in the Uralic language family except the Samoyedic commonly accepted status as a subfamily of Uralic is based on criteria formulated in the 19th century and is criticized by some [who?] contemporary Geographic distribution: Eastern, Central and.

First look of an accepted manuscript (behind paywall), Genome-wide sequence analyses of ethnic populations across Russia, by Zhernakova et al. Genomics (). Interesting excerpts: There remain ongoing discussions about the origins of the ethnic Russian population.

One of the most interesting and important examples of such a combination is the use of comic books, disseminated on the Internet, to defend and promote the numerically small Finno-Ugric languages of the Russian North, a program that is the result of the combined efforts of Finnish cartoonist Sanna Hukkanen and Moscow philologist Anna Voronkova.

1 Russian financial management is at third world level. 2 The Estonian Institute says Communists cannot ensure the survival of Finno/Ugric people. 3 Communism destroys native cultures: the state takes over education of children. It happened with the native people of Canada and the United States.

4 Why not help the Mari develop Mari culture. Aid to Russia does not get to minorities. Ambush () - DVD Ambush takes place in the first days of World War II in Russian Karelia by the Finnish border.A young lieutenant is sent on a reconnaissance mission behind enemy lines, leaving his beautiful fiancee behind.

During his mission, he receives. Russian penetration was marked by the building of small forts, Read More; religion. ancient European religions. In Finno-Ugric religion: The Finno-Ugric peoples. The area inhabited by the Finno-Ugric peoples is extensive: from Norway to the region of the Ob River in Siberia and southward into the Carpathian Basin in central Europe and.

I got this old book, copyrightedbecause I saw it heavily quoted by much later authors. I came for the Siberian section, and have only read half the Finno-Ugric: that was description of religious practice -- bear festivals, memorial feasts/5.

Read more about this on Questia. Russia, officially the Russian Federation, Rus. Rossiya, republic ( est. pop. ,), 6, sq mi (17, sq km). The country is bounded by Norway and Finland in the northwest; by Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, and Ukraine in the west; by Georgia and Azerbaijan in the southwest; and by Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and China along the southern land border.

Russia, officially called the Russian Federation, is located in Eastern Europe and stretches from its borders with Finland, Estonia, Belarus, and Ukraine through the Asian continent where it meets Mongolia, China and the Sea of Okhotsk.

At approximately 6, square miles, Russia is the world's largest country based on area. Russia is so large that it covers 11 time : Amanda Briney.

Wolfgang Veenker in his work on the Finno-Ugric substratum in the Russian language cites three cases of Finno-Ugric influence on Russian: (1) the non-application of so-called akan’e, the pattern of reduction of certain unstressed vowels; (2) the so-called nominal sentence, lacking the copula in the present tense; and (3) the use of the.

The Finno-Ugric peoples or Finno-Ugrian peoples, are the peoples of Northeast Europe, North Asia and the Carpathian Basin who speak Finno-Ugric languages – that is, speakers of languages of the Uralic family apart from the Finno-Ugric peoples are surrounded by speakers of languages belonging to other language families.

The concept of Finno-Ugric was originally a linguistic Finland: 5, The peer-reviewed academic journal “Finno-Ugric World” was founded in and representatives of culture and arts of the Finno-Ugric regions of the Russian Federation, Finland, Hungary and Estonia.

Editorial address: 68 Bolshevistskaya Str., SaranskRepublic of Mordovia, Russia Editorial board of “Finno-Ugric World. For the minority Finno-Ugric languages of Russia are dying, spoken mainly by old people in the countryside and a handful of intellectuals.

There are few books, newspapers, radio or TV programmes. the Kola Peninsula, in Russia. The rest of the Finno-Ugric (Uralic) peoples live in Russia. The Finno-Ugric peoples are part of the Russian Federation’s multinational mosaic. According to the census, different peoples or ethnic groups, of whom some 20 are Finno-Ugric peoples ( million in all), live in the Russian Federation.

I'll answer for the Finnic / Uralic part. The term "Uralic" refers to a language family. It is not an ethnicity. Most Uralic people are related to each other only linguistically, not genetically. The Uralic languages that have not a "home country". Are you in search for resources about Russia & the Soviet Union.

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Both were related to the Finns, spoke Finno-Ugric languages, and had received a modified Cyrillic written language from Russian missionaries in the nineteenth century.

Vitaly Milonov: ''It is necessary to introduce at schools the second language — of Finno-Ugric peoples''The scandalous deputy of the State Duma of Russia tells about the complex ethnogenesis of the Russians and the necessity of studying minority languages at schoolsAuthor: Vitaly Milonov.

The history of Russia begins with that of the Eastern Slavs and the Finno-Ugric peoples. The state of Garðaríki ("the realm of towns"), which was centered in Novgorod and included the entire. note 1: the State Duma now includes 3 representatives from the "Republic of Crimea," while the Federation Council includes 2 each from the "Republic of Crimea" and the "Federal City of Sevastopol," both regions that Russia occupied and attempted to annex from Ukraine and that the US does not recognize as part of Russia.

Russians (Russian: русские, tr. russkiye, IPA: ˈruskʲɪje), or the Great Russians (Russian: Великороссы), are an East Slavic ethnic group and nation native to Eastern Europe, who share a common history, culture, and are speakers of the Russian ns are the most numerous ethnic group in Europe.

The majority of ethnic Russians live in the Russian Federation, but Israel:(), (including Russian Jews). Finno-Ugric peoples kjonerlin. Loading Unsubscribe from kjonerlin. Songs in minority Finno-Ugric languages of Russia - Duration: Alexander L. 13, views. The Federation of Russia is divided into 85 constituent units known as federal subjects.

Of the 85 federal subjects, 21 are republics (22 if Crimea is included). The republics of Russia differ from other federal subjects in that they operate under their own constitution and have a right to establish own : John Misachi.

Finno-Ugric youth living in Russia have had the opportunity to study in the Esto-nian schools of higher education since In the first years their studies were financed by the Finno-Ugric republics.

During the years –, the Finno-Ugric students attending Estonian universities received scholarships from. The language legislation of the republics has lost its legality when the laws of the administrative districts and republics have been harmonized with the constitutional laws of Russia. * See Antal Bartha.

“On Eastern Finno-Ugric History.” In The Finno-Ugric World, ed. György Nanovfszky. Teleki László Foundation.This study explores the legal and institutional position of Finno-Ugric languages according to the language laws of the national republics in post-Soviet Russia.

The aim is to understand whether the republican authorities intended to use the official designation of state language as a policy device with which to ensure the revival of titular.Books shelved as russian-politics: The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin by Masha Gessen, Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?

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