ADMINISTRATIVE AND TERRITORIAL CHANGES AND LEGAL REFORMS IN THE KAZAKH STEPPE IN THE 19TH CENTURY
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This article describes the certain peculiarities of the introduction of the Russian Empire’s legislation in the Kazakh steppe as well as administrative and territorial changes in the steppe region, which negatively affected the nomadic way of life, and together with other factors led to the phased sedentarization of the Kazakh population. The paper shows the process of the elimination of the khans’ power and its replacement by a colonial administration. The author pays considerable attention to the peculiarities of the legal regulation of the relationship to nomadic Kazakh society.
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