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Publication date: 05.12.2018
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Sannikova Iana Mikhailovna , candidate of historical sciences , старший научный сотрудник
FGBUN "Institut gumanitarnykh issledovanii i problem malochislennykh narodov Severa SO RAN" , Саха /Якутия/ Респ

«To the study of adaptation indicators of the traditional northern economy in the modern agricultural system: case of Olenek district (on the example of field studies in Yakutia)»

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The field materials collected in the farms of the Olenek National Evenk District show the use of indicators for the adaptation criteria of traditional agriculture in the modern agricultural system. Actual data on three indicators of the activities of workers and their farms were introduced into scientific circulation: the number of farms and the availability of land and natural resources; the development of farms based on a set of five key indicators of their economic activity; opinions of workers about their traditional lifestyle in the countryside.

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Publication date: 26.01.2017
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Aalieva Gulzat Karybekovna , candidate of philosophical sciences , доцент, докторант
Institute of Philosophy and Political and Legal Researches NAS of Kyrgyz Republic , Kyrgyzstan

«The epic of Manas – the peculiarities of traditional agriculture of the Kyrgyz people»

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In this article, the author analyzes the specialties of the traditional Kyrgyz nomadic economics, which were reflected in the epic of Manas. The analysis of the given epic shows traditional life and activity of the Kyrgyz people and it describes different branches of economics like cattle-breading, agriculture, hunting, trade and hand-craft in epical form. Stockbreeding was the main source of public welfare, the cattle belonged to individual or large families. The materials of «Manas» epic show that the Kyrgyz people used to have an extensive nomadic stockbreeding. The people roaming in steppe areas, bred horses, sheep, cattle, camels – Kyrgyz people called these animals «four kinds of cattle».