Ethnocultural Portrait of Russia: The Yessey Yakuts. The Life by the Lake (History and Culture of an Ethnic Group)

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Issue
Гуманитарные науки. Humanities & Social Sciences. 2018 11 (4)
Authors
Kuznetsova, Ekaterina M.
Contact information
Kuznetsova, Ekaterina M.: Institute for the Humanities Research and Indigenous Studies of the North SB RAS 1 Petrovskogo Str., Yakutsk, 677007, Russia;
Keywords
assimilation; depopulation; Yessey Yakuts; cultural gene pool; regional studies; subethnos; transformation; ethnos; ethnolocal group; ethnodialectic group
Abstract

Nowadays, a daily world of the isolated ethnolocal group of the Yessey Yakuts living in the North of the Krasnoyarsk Territory beyond the Arctic Circle near the Lake Yessey far from the majority of the Sakha-Yakuts is of great interest. It is noted that, due to historical and political circumstances, at the initial stage of national-territorial zoning with the indigenous peoples of the North in the late 1920’s of the 20th century, the Soviet state bodies classified the historical territories of the Yessey Yakuts to the newly created Evenk national district dividing the Yessey Yakuts from the majority of the Yakut ethnos

Pages
561-569
Paper at repository of SibFU
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/71074

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