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Scientific reports of Bukhara State University

Abstract

Introduction. Nowadays the world community is experiencing difficult and global migration processes in a legal and illegal manner. This issue related to the migration of the population is an urgent problem in modern Uzbekistan. The purpose of this study is to historically identify the main stages of industrial development and the formation of migration processes in construction and industrial zones, as well as the solution of the personnel issue on the example of Bukhara region. Research methods. In this work uses source studies, chronological sequence, content analysis, survey method and comparative analysis, for an accurate study of this issue Results and discussions. The article describes the study of the migration issue, swinging 1950-1980. The article also mentions unused materials that remained far from the human eye, in which all reliable information about the state of industrial migrants on the territory of the Uzbek SSR is hidden. Also shown are the resolutions in which the strict control of the Council of Ministers of the Uzbek SSR could not change the everyday situation of worker migrants. Also noted are materials proving peaceful life with the local population in multinational regions such as Gazli, Karaul-Bazar, Kagan, Zarafshan. The sources used from the archives of Uzbekistan made it possible to study in detail the statistics of migrants in Uzbekistan, including in the Bukhara region. The living conditions of industrial workers in the industrial towns of the Bukhara region were studied. The discipline of workers during working and non-working hours was also investigated. Conclusion. Some facts related to the policy of industrial migration and its implementation with the help of state support from an economic and material point of views are derived and based on the data of the Central Archive of Uzbekistan and the State Archive of Bukhara region, since the archive is the primary source of all the studied objects, including statistics on population migration.

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