2012

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The review has a cut-off on June 2011 for full search of journal paper.


  1. A data-driven sketch of Wikipedia editors (Robert West Ingmar Weber Carlos Castillo WWW (Posters))
  2. A practical approach to language complexity: a Wikipedia case study (Taha Yasseri András Kornai János Kertész PLoS ONE)
  3. An Aesthetic for Deliberating Online: Thinking Through “Universal Pragmatics” and “Dialogism” with Reference to Wikipedia (Nicholas Cimini Jennifer Burr The Information Society: An International Journal)
  4. Biographical social networks on Wikipedia - a cross-cultural study of links that made history (Pablo Aragón Andreas Kaltenbrunner David Laniado Yana Volkovich WikiSym)
  5. Circadian patterns of Wikipedia editorial activity: A demographic analysis (Taha Yasseri Róbert Sumi János Kertész PLoS ONE)
  6. Dynamics of conflicts in Wikipedia (Taha Yasseri Róbert Sumi András Rung András Kornai János Kertész PLoS ONE)
  7. Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community: the case of Wikipedia (David Laniado Carlos Castillo Andreas Kaltenbrunner Mayo Fuster Morell WikiSym)
  8. Factors influencing intention to upload content on Wikipedia in South Korea: The effects of social norms and individual differences (Namkee Park Hyun Sook Oh Naewon Kang Computers in Human Behavior)
  9. Mass collaboration or mass amateurism? A comparative study on the quality of scientific information produced using Wiki tools and concepts (Fernando Rodrigues Universidade Évora)
  10. Negotiating the role of sources: educators' conceptions of credibility in participatory media (Helena Francke Olof Sundin Library & Information Science Research)
  11. Ontology learning from text: a look back and into the future (Wilson Wong Wei Liu Mohammed Bennamoun ACM Computing Surveys)
  12. The range of Linus' Law (Shane Greenstein IEEE Micro)
  13. The romantic collective author (Margaret Chon Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law)
  14. There is no deadline - time evolution of Wikipedia discussions (Andreas Kaltenbrunner David Laniado WikiSym)
  15. Value production in a collaborative environment (Taha Yasseri János Kertész ArXiv)
  16. What we know about Wikipedia: a review of the literature analyzing the project(s) (Nicolas Jullien SSRN (Working Paper))