The Social Sciences

Year: 2017
Volume: 12
Issue: 8
Page No. 1444 - 1447

Continuation of the Enlightenment Ideas of Jadids in Central Asia to the National Liberation Movement

Authors : Kanat Bazarbayev, Gulzhamal Zhoraeva and Muhabbat Rustambekova

Abstract: The national progressives who have appeared in the majority of the countries of the East at the end of the 19th beginning of the 20th centuries estimated the Central Asian Jadidism as reflection of the reformatory movement of the local intellectuals. The concept “jaded” formed from Arab “usul-and-jadid” (“new method”) designates new ways of learning in an example of the European education. Such educational maintenance of Jadidism in the course of social and political development of the country has changed the status of old social and political system having provided its new original character. Together with it, process of formation and high-quality changes of Jadidism in the country can be divided into two periods: cultural and educational and period of political struggle. The educational ideas of Jadidism have generated need to reform an education system in the country according to modern models. Naturally, such reforms have adopted also the colonial authorities in the country. In the course of education system reform realization the imperial government protecting colonial interests in the actions relied on the principles of Great Russian chauvinism. This study deals with the new views on Jadid movement, educational ideas which created national liberation ideology in Central Asia and also political programs and strategic objectives of national liberation movement.

How to cite this article:

Kanat Bazarbayev, Gulzhamal Zhoraeva and Muhabbat Rustambekova, 2017. Continuation of the Enlightenment Ideas of Jadids in Central Asia to the National Liberation Movement. The Social Sciences, 12: 1444-1447.

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