№2, 2017

Irada Y. Alakparova

The article describes the basic principles of the wiki concept and identifies the similarities between the knowledge society and wiki-society. It also explores the hierarchy of Wikipedia management and control and analyzes the solution of some problems. The results of the analysis set forth the role of the wiki-concept in tackling problems identified in this study (pp.38-46). 

Keywords:wiki technologies, wiki-society, information society, knowledge society, collective knowledge.
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