Ethnolinguistic Identification and Adaptation of Repatriates in Polycultural Kazakhstan

@article{Bokayev2012EthnolinguisticIA,
  title={Ethnolinguistic Identification and Adaptation of Repatriates in Polycultural Kazakhstan},
  author={Baurzhan Bokayev and Sholpan K. Zharkynbekova and Khalida Nurseitova and Ainash Bokayeva and Assel Akzhigitova and Saniya Nurgalieva},
  journal={Journal of Language, Identity \& Education},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={333 - 343}
}
The issues of social, cultural, and language adjustment and the integration of repatriates into the Kazakhstani society are crucial factors in maintaining a stable society. The complicated process of self-identification of ethnic Kazakhs is a major aspect of their sociolinguistic “penetration” into Kazakh society. In this work we consider the formative process of the ethnolinguistic identification as Kazakhstani repatriates. We also analyze the complex language situation in the Republic of… 

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