Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: the role of essays

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Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: the role of essays is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Jonathan T. Morgan, Katie Derthick, Toni Ferro, Elly Searle, Mark Zachry, Travis Kriplean and published in SIGDOC.

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