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Volume 3
Issue 1
Title Development of social informatics as a step of optimization the higher education process in the Republic of Kazakhstan
Author Lyazzat Tungatarova
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The Kazakhstani geopolitical situation raise the concerns on the worsening of the security situation on post-Soviet Central Asia and its involvement into the global informatization  demands a development of social informatics as a new educational trend.

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Keywords Social media network, Internet effects and challenges, social informatics
Pages 98-103
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