AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
IMPACT OF THE WIKI CONCEPT ON THE FORMATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
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.
DOI : 10.25045/jpis.v08.i2.05
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