The Jungar Tuvas: Language and national identity in the PRC

@article{Mawkanuli2001TheJT,
  title={The Jungar Tuvas: Language and national identity in the PRC},
  author={Talant Mawkanuli},
  journal={Central Asian Survey},
  year={2001},
  volume={20},
  pages={497 - 517}
}
The Jungar Tuvas are one of a number of peoples with a miniscule population within the People’s Republic of China who are trying to maintain themselves despite an overwhelmingly Han Chinese environment and the additional powerful in uences of Kazak and Mongolian population. Moreover, in an even more local context, the Jungar Tuvas are the smallest (or very nearly so) among the nationalities of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (XUAR). Both the people and their language face the same threat… 
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