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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

CIVIL SOCIETY CONCEPT AND TRENDS OF ITS DEVELOPMENT IN TERRITORY OF UZBEKISTAN

Abstract

The article describes the concept of civil society, its shapes and aspects of its development. It has been analyzed the historical evolution and development of civil society in territory of Uzbekistan.

First Page

66

Last Page

73

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