Learning through massively co-authored biographies: Making sense of steve jobs on wikipedia through delegated voice
|Learning through massively co-authored biographies: Making sense of steve jobs on wikipedia through delegated voice|
|Author(s)||Rughinis C., Matei S.|
|Published in||Proceedings - 19th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, CSCS 2013|
|Keyword(s)||argumentation, Biography, collaborative work, delegated voice, dialogue, Wikipedia (Extra: argumentation, Collaborative Work, Content and structure, dialogue, Knowledge building, Page structures, Topic relevance, Wikipedia, Biographies, Computer science, Control systems, Websites)|
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Learning through massively co-authored biographies: Making sense of steve jobs on wikipedia through delegated voice is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Rughinis C., Matei S. and published in Proceedings - 19th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, CSCS 2013.
This paper discusses opportunities for learning about biographies through Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopaedia. We examine argumentation and interpretation practices in Steve Jobs's entry and its associated Talk pages, focusing on editors' debates on whether Jobs was an 'inventor'. We highlight argumentation from delegated voice as a core element of Wikipedian knowledge building; contributors' variable skills in engaging this NPOV mandated requirement account for their success or failure in promoting changes in page content and structure. Editors' concerns about topic relevance and page structure are particularly vulnerable to counter-argumentation from delegated voice.
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