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Virtual non-profit organisations: literary virtual communities in Russia

conference contribution
posted on 2003-01-01, 00:00 authored by G Kazakevitch, Lioubov Torlina
This paper is a study of one of the “unknown” segments of the Internet - non-profit ventures in the Russian language.Based on the understanding of the concept of virtual community we consider the family of free publishing literary websites. We discuss their experience to demonstrate their contribution not only to the national culture, but also to the creation of open and democratic society in the former communist world, and to new forms of literary life. Some of the innovative concepts, principles and practices, adopted on those sites may be of interest to the Internet developers and
communities worldwide.

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Event

International Academy of E-Business Conference (3rd : 2003 : Melbourne, Australia)

Pagination

89 - 92

Publisher

International Academy of E-Business

Location

Melbourne, Victoria

Place of publication

Nacogdoches, Tex.

Start date

2003-01-03

End date

2003-01-08

ISSN

1550-7793

ISBN-13

9780970795526

ISBN-10

0970795521

Language

eng

Notes

Published in the E-Business Review, the International Journal of eStrategy Management Vol. 3

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2003, International Academy of E-Business

Editor/Contributor(s)

J Van Beveren

Title of proceedings

IAE-B 2003 : 3rd Annual International Academy of E-Business Conference Proceedings : New Vision and Development

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