IJRSS VOLUME 30

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ISSN 2307-227X

IJRSS VOLUME 30

Title LABOUR MARKET IN UZBEKISTAN: NEW THEORIES, PRESENT SITUATION AND PROSPECTS
Author/s ZAFAR RAKHIMOVICH KHUDAYBERDIEV
Source International Journal of Research in Social Sciences pg 01-10 Vol 30. No. 01– 2019
Abstract

The main aspects of the labor market in Uzbekistan in a transitional economy have been explained in this article. When studying the labor market of Uzbekistan, factors affecting the labor market are identified and the influence of these factors on it is theoretically justified, their reflection in practice is shown using the method of scientific abstraction from the point of view of economic theory, and the influence of demographic processes on the labor market is investigated. Also, it describes …..

Keywords Labor Market, Labor Resources, Demographic Trends, Cluster Structures, Formal and Informal Employment
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Title CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RESPONSE TO FAMINE IN SEMI ARID AREAS OF NORTH WEST, KENYA
Author/s Juma Richard Otieno
Source International Journal of Research in Social Sciences pg 11-16 Vol 30. No. 01– 2019
Abstract

This paper analyses behavioral patterns which emerges in the process of adjustment to stem the negative effects of famine in semi-arid areas in North West, Kenya occupied by Turkana pastoralists. The paper takes a more qualitative approach, focusing on richer and deeper interview data. It looks at issues surrounding change, aiming to better understand how people living in semi-arid areas in North West, Kenya (basically pastoralists) respond to famine. It is argued that the economic disaster which pastoralists in North West, Kenya face as a result of famine make it imperative for them to seek out ways of topping up their household food reserves. This they do through a number of adjustments mechanisms whose analysis is the subject of this paper. The pastoralists are generally known as opportunists taking advantage of various options for subsistence, which again is an adaptation to the risks of their environment ….

Keywords Famine, Livelihood Strategies and Social Relations
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