Kazakistan’daki Korelilerin Sosyo-Kültürel Yapısı
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In this study, which was prepared under the title of "Sociocultural Structure of the Koreans of Kazakhstan", the history of forced migration and the current sociocultural status of the Koreans in Kazakhstan society was discussed. In this study, which collected data by using quantitative and qualitative research methods, the information about language, religion, ethnic identity, education, economic and social life status of Korean Kazakhs were investigated. The culture of the Koreans in Kazakhstan is in close contact with the past and present geography, state policies, other communities in the region and their cultures. Due to the lack of the Korean population of this region, lack of national autonomy, high urban settlement rate and due to rapid socioeconomic development, Koreans has adapted to Kazakh culture, especially Russian culture. Especially they have almost forgotten Korean language which is their mother tongue. One of the characteristics of the state of religion is the distribution of people to various religions without having a main religion like most other ethnic groups. The educational and economic situation is higher and stable than the other nations in the Kazakhstan society. In contrast to the state of language and religion, some of traditional rituals and cultural elements are still preserved in their daily lives.