What we know about Wikipedia: a review of the literature analyzing the project(s)

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What we know about Wikipedia: a review of the literature analyzing the project(s)
Authors: Nicolas Jullien
Citation: missing journal missing volume : missing pages. 2012
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What we know about Wikipedia. A review of the literature analyzing the project(s) is a review on Wikipedia research.

[edit] Table of content of the paper

  1. Introduction
  2. Theoretical contributions
    1. Research questions
    2. A framework to analyze the project
    3. The scientific production on Wikipedia
  3. Inputs
    1. Environment, rules in use
    2. Why do they participate?
  4. Process, or the patterns of interaction
    1. The contributors, activity and roles (what they do)
    2. The pieces of knowledge, articles, and global structure
    3. The organization, structure, and governance of the project
  5. Evaluation, points of view
    1. Process Quality and Efficiency
    2. Users' experience
    3. Product quality
  6. Conclusive discussion

[edit] Selection of papers referenced

  1. Janitors of knowledge: constructing knowledge in the everyday life of Wikipedia editors

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