Bách khoa toàn thư mở Wikipedia
|Tổng dân số|
23 to 28 million
|Khu vực đông người sinh sống|
In its different forms: Sorani, Zazaki, Kurmanji, and Fayli Southern dialects
|Predominantly Sunni Muslim
also some Shia, Sufi, Yazidism, Yarsan, Judaism, Christianity
|Nhóm dân tộc liên quan|
|other Iranian peoples
(Talysh · Baluch · Gilak · Lurs · Persians)
Đọc thêm[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]
- Barth, F. 1953. Principles of Social Organization in Southern Kurdistan. Bulletin of the University Ethnographic Museum 7. Oslo.
- Hansen, H.H. 1961. The Kurdish Woman's Life. Copenhagen. Ethnographic Museum Record 7:1-213.
- Leach, E.R. 1938. Social and Economic Organization of the Rowanduz Kurds. London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology 3:1-74.
- Longrigg, S.H. 1953. Iraq, 1900-1950. London.
- Masters, W.M. 1953. Rowanduz. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.
Chú thích[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]
- ^ Konda Poll gives a figure of about 11.4 million
- ^ CIA World Factbook gives about 14 million (18% Kurds out of 72.5 million total population) (2008 est.)
- ^ Turkish National Security Council gives about 12.6 million (2008)
- ^ Juvenile Nonfiction, “ The Handbook of Middle East ”, Publisher: 21st Century, 2002. pg 144:”About 20 percent of Turkey ’s population is Kurdish.”
- ^ Kemal Kirisci, Gareth M. Winrow, “The Kurdish Question and Turkey ”, Routledge, 1997. pg 119: “According to Turgut Ozal there were 12 million Kurds in Turkey... Van Bruinessen has argued that a ‘reasonable and even conservative’ estimate for the size of Kurdish population in 1975 was 7.5 millions, which amounts to 19 percent of the population”
- ^ Sandra Mackey, “The reckoning: Iraq and the legacy of Saddam”, W.W. Norton and Company, 2002. Excerpt from pg 350: “As much as 25% of Turkey is Kurdish.”
- ^ a b c “Beverley Milton-Edwards, “Contemporary politics in the Middle East” Polity, 2006. pg 231: “They form a population in all four states, making 23 percent in Turkey, 23 percent in Iraq, 10 percent in Iran and 8 percent in Syria (Mcdowell, 2003, p 3-4).”
- ^ http://www.wilsoncenter.org/subsites/ccpdc/pubs/kur/chap04.pdf (page 129 or 33), research carried out by the Turkish National Security Council (MGK) in 1996-97, according to which the Kurds will make up 40% of the population in the year 2010.
- ^ Michael M. Gunter, "The Kurds and the future of Turkey", St. Martin's Press, 1997, pg 147, ISBN 0-312-17265-6
- ^ Shireen Hunter, Huma Malik, "Modernization, democracy, and Islam", Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005, pg 131, ISBN 0-275-98511-3
- ^ Picard (Elisabeth), « Les Kurdes et l'Autodétermination: une problématique légitime à l'épreuve de dynamiques sociales », in Revue Française de Science Politique, Vol. 49, n° 3, juin 1999, p. 421-441 (see p. 422)
- ^ Estimate based on 7% of 68,688,433: World Factbook, s.v. Iran;
- ^ Estimate based on 15% to 20% of 26,783,383: World Factbook, s.v. Iraq; Encyclopedia of the Orient, s.v. Iraq: Religions and Peoples.
- ^ http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/3580.htm
- ^ a b c d The Kurdish Diaspora, Institut Kurde de Paris (Paris: Institut Kurde de Paris, 2006), http://www.institutkurde.org/en/kurdorama/.
- ^ 
- ^ Lokman I. Meho, The Kurds and Kurdistan: A General Background, in Kurdish Culture and Society: An Annotated Bibliography. Comp. Lokman I. Meho & Kelly Maglaughlin (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), p. 4, viewable on Google Books
- ^ Lỗi chú thích: Thẻ
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- ^ Kurdiska Riksförbundet i Sverige
- ^ Kurds in the UK, BBC News 9 December 2008
Liên kết ngoài[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]
- Kurds and Kurdistan, Encyclopaedia of Islam.
- Kurds, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- Kurd, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- The Kurds: People without a country, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- The Kurdish Institute of Paris Kurdish language, history, books and latest news articles.
- The Encyclopaedia of Kurdistan
- Istanbul Kurdish Institute
- The Kurdish Center of International Pen
- Kurdish Library, supported by the Swedish Government.
- Yazidism: Historical Roots, International Journal of Kurdish Studies, January 2005.
- Ethnic Cleansing and the Kurds
- The Kurds in the Ottoman Hungary by Zurab Aloian
- "The Other Iraq" Kurdish Information Website
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- A report on the Kurdish IDP's - 2005
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- The Guardian - What's in a name? Too much in Turkey - 2001
- McKiernan, Kevin (March/April 1999). “Turkey's war on the Kurds”. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists) 55 (2): 26–37. doi:10.2968/055002008. Truy cập ngày 4 tháng 8 năm 2009.