Youth of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan: Life Orientations, Moral Values ​​and Attitudes

Dr. Sangcheol Kim

Young people aged 14 to 29 make up more than a quarter of the population in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Born in a period of two stages - in the Soviet period and the period of Independence - young people became carriers of two value attitudes. An international research project conducted in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan examines the values ​​of youth, their orientations and attitudes. 600 students from leading universities in Tashkent, Almaty and Nur-Sultan participated in this project.