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What We Know About Wikipedia: A Review of the Literature Analyzing the Project(s)
Abstract This article proposes a review of the literature analyzing Wikipedia as a collective system for producing knowledge.
Abstractsub This article proposes a review of the literature analyzing Wikipedia as a collective system for producing knowledge.
Bibtextype article  +
Has author Nicolas Jullien +
Has keyword Review of the literature + , Online open community + , Wikipedia +
Has reference Measuring Author Contributions to the Wikipedia + , Assigning Trust to Wikipedia Content + , User generated (web) content: trash or treasure + , Personality characteristics of wikipedia members + , Reputation and Reliability in Collective Goods: The Case of the Online Encyclopedia Wikipedia + , Gender differences in Wikipedia editing + , My kind of people?: perceptions about Wikipedia contributors and their motivations + , Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on Wikipedia + , Technology-mediated contributions: editing behaviors among new wikipedians + , Determinants of Wikipedia quality: the roles of global and local contribution inequality + , Information Quality in Wikipedia: The Effects of Group Composition and Task Conflict + , Awarding the self in wikipedia: identity work and the disclosure of knowledge + , La négociation des points de vue + , Volunteers in wikipedia: why the community matters + , Commons-based peer production and virtue + , Keep it Simple: A Companion for Simple Wikipedia? + , Understanding dispute resolution online: using text to reflect personal and substantive issues in conflict + , Self-Governance Through Group Discussion in Wikipedia: Measuring Deliberation in Online Groups + , Size matters: word count as a measure of quality on wikipedia + , Wiki-Philosophizing in a Marketplace of Ideas: Evaluating Wikipedia’s Entries on Seven Great Minds + , Visual analysis of controversy in user-generated encyclopedias + , Too many cooks don't spoil the broth + , Wikipedia as a Data Source for Political Scientists: Accuracy and Completeness of Coverage + , Becoming wikipedian: transformation of participation in a collaborative online encyclopedia + , Temporal evolution of the wikigraph + , Taking up the mop: identifying future Wikipedia administrators + , Neighbor networks: competitive advantage local and personal + , Don't look now, but we've created a bureaucracy: the nature and roles of policies and rules in Wikipedia + , Making Wikipedia editing easier for the blind + , Voting Behavior Analysis in the Election of Wikipedia Admins + , Cultural bias in Wikipedia content on famous persons + , Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility + , Preferential attachment in the growth of social networks: The internet encyclopedia Wikipedia + , Discipline but not punish. the governance of Wikipedia + , La vigilance participative + , Generating quality open content: a functional group perspective based on the time, interaction, and performance theory + , The perspectives of higher education faculty on wikipedia + , An empirical examination of wikipedia's credibility + , Testing an integrative theoretical model of knowledge-sharing behavior in the context of Wikipedia + , Socialization tactics in Wikipedia and their effects + , Phantom authority, self–selective recruitment and retention of members in virtual communities: The case of Wikipedia + , Scope, completeness, and accuracy of drug information in Wikipedia + , Conflict, confidence, or criticism: An empirical examination of the gender gap in wikipedia + , Puppy smoothies: improving the reliability of open, collaborative wikis + , Is Wikipedia Inefficient? Modelling Effort and Participation in Wikipedia + , Automatic quality assessment of content created collaboratively by web communities: a case study of Wikipedia + , Enrolled since the beginning: assessing wikipedia contributors' behavior by their first contribution + , Wikipedia risks + , Wiki-Surgery? Internal validity of Wikipedia as a medical and surgical reference + , Wikipedia and lesser-resourced languages + , Wikipedia and the two-faced professoriate + , Wikiful thinking + , Learning to predict the quality of contributions to wikipedia + , Collaboration in context: comparing article evolution among subject disciplines in wikipedia + , Web 2.0 as a non-foundational network-centric learning space + , Philosophy democratized? + , Toward an epistemology of Wikipedia + , "arguably the greatest": sport fans and communities at work on wikipedia + , The web's pathway to accuracy + , From Encyclopædia Britannica to Wikipedia: Generational differences in the perceived credibility of online encyclopedia information + , What Did They Do? Deriving High-Level Edit Histories in Wikis + , Decentralization in Wikipedia Governance + , An inside view: credibility in wikipedia from the perspective of editors + , The role of argumentation in online epistemic communities: the anatomy of a conflict in wikipedia + , Participation in Wikipedia's article deletion processes + , The work of sustaining order in Wikipedia: the banning of a vandal + , Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader + , Internet encyclopaedias go head to head + , A conceptual and operational definition of ’social role’ in online community + , Analysis of wikipedia survey data + , Wikipedia survey - overview of results + , Normative behaviour in wikipedia + , Modeling the structure and evolution of discussion cascades + , Organizing the vision for web 2.0: a study of the evolution of the concept in Wikipedia + , A tale of information ethics and encyclopædias; or, is wikipedia just another internet scam? + , Beyond the legacy of the enlightenment? online encyclopaedias as digital heterotopias + , Wikipedia as an evidence source for nursing and healthcare students + , Who integrates the networks of knowledge in Wikipedia? + , The isuzu experiment + , An Analysis of Topical Coverage of Wikipedia + , A jury of your peers: Quality, experience and ownership in Wikipedia + , Don't bite the newbies: how reverts affect the quantity and quality of wikipedia work. + , Interlingual aspects of wikipedia's quality + , Wikipedia, Critical Social Theory, and the Possibility of Rational Discourse + , Cross-cultural analysis of the Wikipedia community + , Volunteered geographic information production as a spatial process + , Visualizing Wiki-Supported Knowledge Building: Co-Evolution of Individual and Collective Knowledge + , Wikipedia and the emergence of dialogic expertise + , Emergent conversational technologies that are democratising information systems in organisations: the case of the corporate wiki + , The wiki: a tool to support the activities of the knowledge worker + , The Wiki: an environment to revolutionise employees' interaction with corporate knowledge + , The Tower of Babel Meets Web 2.0: User-Generated Content and Its Applications in a Multilingual Context + , On the "localness" of user-generated content. + , Toward an understanding of the psychology of stewardship + , A framework for analyzing the knowledge commons + , Introduction: an overview of the knowledge commons + , Understanding knowledge as a commons + , The hacker ethic and the spirit of the information age + , Out of sight, out of sync: understanding conflict in distributed teams + , Understanding conflict in geographically distributed teams: the moderating effects of shared identity, shared context, and spontaneous communication + , Evaluation of an information source illustrated by a case study: effect of screening for breast cancer + , Knowledge-sharing intention in a virtual community: a study of participants in the chinese wikipedia + , Estimating commit sizes efficiently + , Cultures and organizations: software of the mind + , Personality and culture revisited: linking traits and dimensions of culture + , Measuring article quality in Wikipedia: models and evaluation + , Cognition in the wikd + , Where does the information come from? information source use patterns in wikipedia + , Analyzing the creative editing behavior of wikipedia editors through dynamic social network analysis + , Dynamics of social roles in a knowledge management community + , User contribution and trust in Wikipedia + , Patterns of revision in online writing: a study of wikipedia's featured articles + , Handling flammable materials: Wikipedia biographies of living persons as contentious objects + , L'engagement dans des collectifs de production de connaissance en ligne + , Web community contributor's motivation: japanese wikipedia case study + , Introduction to reference work + , Egalitarians at the gate: one-sided gatekeeping practices in social media + , Do editors or articles drive collaboration? Multilevel statistical network analysis of wikipedia coauthorship + , Power of the few vs. wisdom of the crowd: wikipedia and the rise of the bourgeoisie + , Herding the cats: the influence of groups in coordinating peer production + , He says, she says: conflict and coordination in Wikipedia + , Harnessing the wisdom of crowds in Wikipedia: quality through coordination + , Adhocratic Governance in the Internet Age: A Case of Wikipedia + , Governance, organization, and democracy on the internet: the iron law and the evolution of wikipedia + , Wikipedia: community or social movement? interface + , Evaluating authoritative sources using social networks: an insight from Wikipedia + , Chemical information media in the chemistry lecture hall: a comparative assessment of two online encyclopedias + , Identifying and understanding the problems of wikipedia's peer governance: the case of inclusionists versus deletionists + , Community, consensus, coercion, control: cs*w or how policy mediates mass participation + , Perceived credibility of internet encyclopedias + , Accuracy and completeness of drug information in Wikipedia: an assessment + , Essentially contested + , How can contributors to open-source communities be trusted? on the assumption, inference, and substitution of trust + , Why hackers do what they do: understanding motivation and effort in free/open source software projects + , The effects of group composition on decision quality in a social production community + , The Past, Present, and Future of Wikipedia + , Wp:clubhouse? an exploration of wikipedia’s gender imbalance + , Co-authorship 2.0: patterns of collaboration in Wikipedia + , Reassembling the social: an introduction to actor-network-theory + , Seeking health information online: does Wikipedia matter? + , Situated learning: legitimate peripheral participation + , Reliability of wikipedia as a medication information source for pharmacy students + , Measuring open source software success + , Wikipedia and osteosarcoma: a trustworthy patients' information? + , Governance in social media: a case study of the wikipedia promotion process + , Signed networks in social media + , Cette fois, le quid est cuit + , Ranking of Wikipedia articles in search engines revisited: Fair ranking for reasonable quality? + , The participation motivation and work styles of the administrators for chinese wikipedia. + , Conflict and consensus in the chinese version of wikipedia + , You are where you edit: locating wikipedia users through edit histories + , Wikipedia as Participatory Journalism: Reliable Sources? Metrics for evaluating collaborative media as a news resource + , The Wikipedia Revolution: How A Bunch of Nobodies Created The World's Greatest Encyclopedia + , Gender differences in information behavior concerning wikipedia + , Evaluating quality control of wikipedia's feature articles + , Identifying featured articles in wikipedia: writing style matters + , Design architecture, developer networks and performance of open source software projects + , The impact of accessibility assessment in macro scale universal usability studies of the web + , The nature of historical representation on Wikipedia: Dominant or alterative historiography? + , Improving Wikipedia's accuracy: Is edit age a solution? + , Improving Wikipedia's credibility: References and citations in a sample of history articles + , Epistemology and the wikipedia + , Early response to false claims in wikipedia + , Wikidentities: young people collaborating on virtual identities in social network sites + , Wikipedia’s "neutral point of view": settling conflict through ambiguity. information + , Wikipedia - free and reliable?: aspects of a collaboratively shaped encyclopaedia + , Investigation into trust for collaborative information repositories: a wikipedia case study + , Wikipedia and The Disappearing "Author" + , Strategy formation in an adhocracy + , Lifting the veil: the expression of values in online communities + , Does Wikipedia provide evidence based health care information? A content analysis + , Is open source software living up to its promises? insights for open innovation management from two open source software-inspired projects + , Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia’ as a role model? lessons for open innovation from an exploratory examination of the supposedly democratic-anarchic nature of wikipedia + , In defense of wikipedia + , Mentoring in Wikipedia: a clash of cultures + , What do you think?: the structuring of an online community as a collective-sensemaking process + , Extraction and analysis of tripartite relationships from wikipedia + , Social capital increases efficiency of collaboration among Wikipedia editors + , Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system + , Scientific citations in Wikipedia + , What motivates Wikipedians? + , A Brief Review of Studies of Wikipedia in Peer-Reviewed Journals + , The people’s encyclopedia under the gaze of the sages: a systematic review of scholarly research on wikipedia + , Investigating recognition-based performance in an open content community: a social capital perspective + , A theory of critical mass interdependence + , Learning to Trust the Crowd: Some Lessons from Wikipedia + , The logic of collective action + , On the Inequality of Contributions to Wikipedia + , Wikipedia: A Quantitative Analysis + , Quantitative Analysis of the Wikipedia Community of Users + , Survival analysis in open development projects + , On the Analysis of Contributions from Privileged Users in Virtual Open Communities + , Dynamic perspectives on social characteristics and sustainability in online community networks + , Shirky and sanger, or the costs of crowdsourcing + , Wikipedians are born, not made: a study of power editors on Wikipedia + , The visibility of Wikipedia in scholarly publications + , Fixing the floating gap: The online encyclopaedia Wikipedia as a global memory place + , Imagining the wikipedia community: what do wikipedia authors mean when they write about their "community"? + , The intelligible as a new world? wikipedia versus the eighteenth-century encyclopdie + , Cultural di erences in collaborative authoring of wikipedia + , Networked expertise in the era of many-to-many communication: on wikipedia and invention + , Comparing featured article groups and revision patterns correlations in wikipedia + , The role of Wiki technology and altruism in collaborative knowledge creation + , Explaining the sustainability of digital ecosystems based on the wiki model through critical-mass theory + , The reader-to-leader framework: motivating technology-mediated social participation + , Putting the library in wikipedia + , Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia + , Online motivational factors: incentives for participation and contribution in wikipedia + , An analysis of wikipedia + , Membership turnover and collaboration success in online communities: explaining rises and falls from grace in wikipedia + , Network characteristics and the value of collaborative user-generated content + , The reach and richness of wikipedia: is wikinomics only for rich countries? first monday + , Characterizing and modeling the dynamics of online popularity + , "be nice": wikipedia norms for supportive communication + , Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia + , Comparison of Wikipedia and other encyclopedias for accuracy, breadth, and depth in historical articles + , From castalia to wikipedia: openness and closure in knowledge communities + , Can History be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past + , Coordination and division of labor in open content communities: The role of template messages in Wikipedia + , What’s on wikipedia, and what’s not...? + , Transparency and social responsibility issues for Wikipedia + , Free/open source software development: recent research results and emerging opportunities + , Who will remain? an evaluation of actual person-job and person-team fit to predict developer retention in floss projects + , Voluntary Engagement in an Open Web-Based Encyclopedia: Wikipedians and Why They Do It + , A respecification and extension of the delone and mclean model of is success + , Beyond vandalism: Wikipedia trolls + , Motivation, governance & the viability of hybrid forms in open source software development + , Investigating relationships within and between category networks in wikipedia + , Adminsitrative behavior + , "edit this page": the socio-technological infrastructure of a wikipedia article + , The indonesian language wikipedia + , Visualizing the overlap between the 100 most visited wikipedia pages in september 2006 to february 2007 + , What is popular on wikipedia and why? + , Wikipedia, scholarpedia, and references to books in the brain and behavioral sciences: a comparison of cited sources and recommended readings in matching free online encyclopedia entries + , Wikipedia, scholarpedia, and references to journals in the brain and behavioral sciences: a comparison of cited sources and recommended readings in matching free online encyclopedia entries + , Does it matter who contributes - a study on featured articles in the german wikipedia + , A framework for information quality assessment + , Issues of cross-contextual information quality evaluation-the case of arabic, english, and korean wikipedias + , An activity theoretic model for information quality change + , Information quality work organization in Wikipedia + , The singularity is not near: slowing growth of Wikipedia + , Janitors of knowledge: constructing knowledge in the everyday life of wikipedia editors + , The wisdom of crowds: why the many are smarter than the few and how collective wisdom shapes business, economies, societies and nations + , One-click content, no guarantees + , The collaborative construction of ’fact’ on wikipedia + , Who writes Wikipedia? + , Beyond notability. Collective deliberation on content inclusion in Wikipedia + , What’s mine is mine: territoriality in collaborative authoring + , Learning about the quality of teamwork from wikiteams + , Project management in the Wikipedia community + , A social network's changing statistical properties and the quality of human innovation + , Collaboration and creativity: the small world problem + , User acceptance of information technology: toward a unified view + , The Visual Side of Wikipedia + , Studying cooperation and conflict between authors with history flow visualizations + , Talk Before You Type: Coordination in Wikipedia + , The Hidden Order of Wikipedia + , Measuring Wikipedia + , The democratization of information? wikipedia as a reference resource + , An empirical study of knowledge collaboration networks in virtual community: Based on wiki + , The impact of research design on the half-life of the wikipedia category system + , Why you can't cite Wikipedia in my class + , Finding social roles in Wikipedia + , What Wikipedia deletes: characterizing dangerous collaborative content + , Wikipedia: friend or foe? reference services review + , Governance of massive multiauthor collaboration + , Assesssing the value of cooperation in wikipedia + , Assessing the quality of Wikipedia articles with lifecycle based metrics + , Agent simulation of collaborative knowledge processing in Wikipedia + , Motivations of Wikipedia content contributors + , Circadian patterns of Wikipedia editorial activity: A demographic analysis + , Group size and incentives to contribute: A natural experiment at Chinese Wikipedia + , Do wikipedians follow domain experts?: A domain-specific study on wikipedia knowledge building + , Understanding and supporting online communities of practice: lessons learned from Wikipedia + , Identifying shared leadership in Wikipedia + , Effectiveness of shared leadership in online communities + , Wikipedias: collaborative web-based encyclopedias as complex networks + , Classroom Wikipedia participation effects on future intentions to contribute +
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Number of citations by publication 2  +
Number of references by publication 279  +
Published in Social Science Research Network +
Title What We Know About Wikipedia: A Review of the Literature Analyzing the Project(s) +
Type literature review  +
Year 2012 +
Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 8 September 2012 20:58:27  +
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