The question of indigenousness in Komi Republican policy 1991–1999
AuthorKotlova, Ekaterina S.
Master’s thesis is concerned with the political representation and ethnic mobilization of the Komi people, the indigenous population of the Komi Republic. The aim of the thesis is to investigate to what extent the Komi people influenced the policy of the Komi Republic in the period 1991-1999. The analysis is based on the conflicts and negotiations between the Komi people and the Komi Republican government over the formation of the new administrative and legal system in the Komi Republic in the 1990s. The thesis is also concerned with appearance, development and activity of the Komi people’s organizations. The contribution of the present thesis is to present the period 1991-1999 of the Komi people’s history from the indigenous perspective. Master’s thesis is combining previous studies on history of the Komi people and ethnic policy towards them with the use of indigenous approach and minority policy models: acculturation, assimilation, segregation and multiculturalism.
PublisherUniversitetet i Tromsø
University of Tromsø
The following license file are associated with this item: