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Zoumpourtikoudis, Stamatis
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2015-07-06T13:16:46Z
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2015-09-27T06:05:21Z
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2015-07-06
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/773
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The abkhazian diaspora in Turkey
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masterThesis
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Abkhazians--History
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heal.keyword
Abkhazians--Turkey
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Dissertations, Academic
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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heal.publicationDate
2012-12
heal.bibliographicCitation
Zoumpourtikoudis Stamatis, 2012, The abkhazian diaspora in Turkey, Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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heal.abstract
This paper examines the Abkhazian Diaspora especially in Turkey from the late of 19th century till the post-Soviet Era and also focuses on the relationships between the Abkhazian Diaspora and the Motherland Republic of Abkhazia. The subject is examined through the theoretical assumptions of Diaspora and Transnationalism. The main aim is to define the Abkhazian Diaspora focusing not only in Turkey but also in the wider area of the Europe and Middle East. Moreover, the study of the Abkhaz People is based on historical sources which provide significant details about their origin and their identity. However, the clarification of the North West Caucasian People is needed. Finally, the paper examines how the economical and Cultural activities of the Abkhazian Diaspora in Turkey and Russia enhance the preservation of the Abkhazian sovereignty (part recognized Independent State) and in what extent the role of the Abkhazian Diaspora Associations and Confederations fulfils this prospect.
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Abstract 8 Introduction 9 I Theoretical Framework 12 What is diaspora 13 Robin Cohen’s theory 14 Types of diaspora 15 Diaspora’s characteristics 17 Diaspora, Diasporic, Diasporism 19 Migrants and diasporisms 22 Diasporas and approaches to ethnogenesis and to ethnic identity 23 Homelands and age factors classifying diasporas 25 Diaspora conflicts and locality 27 Negative reactions to the growth of diasporas 28 Diasporas and transnationalism 30 Transnationalism 31 Capitalism and transnationalism 32 Transnationalism and diasporas in Caucasus 33 II Abkhaz 36 The origin of the Abkhazo-Adyghean peoples 37 The formation of the Abkhazian people 40 Abkhaz in antiquity 43 From the 1st century AD to 18th century AD 45 From the 18th Century AD to 1989 46 The 1990s and the Declaration of sovereignty 47 Language 50 Proto-West Caucasian 52 The North West Caucasian People 54 7 III Abkhazian Diaspora 57 Abkhazian diaspora 58 North Caucasian diaspora 61 Minorities in Turkey and its policy on citizenship and immigration 64 The census in Turkey 67 The Abkhazian language in Turkey 70 Assimilation of Abkhazian diaspora in Turkey 72 Associations & Organizations 74 The International dimensions of the Abkhazian diaspora 81 Interconnections with Motherland-Abkhazia and Turkey-host land 84 Economic activities & prospects 89 The economic integration process with Russian Federation 89 Abkhazia’s economic & cultural relations with Turkey 90 Religion 93 The de facto state 96 As conclusion 98 Tables 103 Maps 104 Photos 111 Bibliography 112
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Voutira, Prof. Eftihia
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heal.committeeMemberName
Voutira, Prof. Eftihia
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Tsitselikis, As. Prof. K.
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Aarbakke, Ass.Prof. Vemund
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heal.committeeMemberName
Livanios, Ass.Prof. Dimitrios
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heal.academicPublisher
School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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ihu
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123
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