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Jointly they edit: Examining the impact of community identification on political interaction in Wikipedia
Abstract In their 2005 study, Adamic and Glance coiIn their 2005 study, Adamic and Glance coined the memorable phrase ‘divided they blog’, referring to a trend of cyberbalkanization in the political blogosphere, with liberal and conservative blogs tending to link to other blogs with a similar political slant, and not to one another. As political discussion and activity increasingly moves online, the power of framing political discourses is shifting from mass media to social media. Continued examination of political interactions online is critical, and we extend this line of research by examining the activities of political users within the Wikipedia community. First, we examined how users in Wikipedia choose to display their political affiliation. Next, we analyzed the patterns of cross-party interaction and community participation among those users proclaiming a political affiliation. In contrast to previous analyses of other social media, we did not find strong trends indicating a preference to interact with members of the same political party within the Wikipedia community. Our results indicate that users who proclaim their political affiliation within the community tend to proclaim their identity as a ‘Wikipedian’ even more loudly. It seems that the shared identity of ‘being Wikipedian’ may be strong enough to triumph over other potentially divisive facets of personal identity, such as political affiliation.l identity, such as political affiliation.
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Has author Jessica J. Neff + , David Laniado + , Andreas Kaltenbrunner + , Karolin Kappler + , Yana Volkovich + , Pablo Aragón +
Issue 4  +
Month April  +
Pages e60584  +
Peer reviewed Yes  +
Publication type Journal article  +
Published in PLoS ONE +
Publisher Public Library of Science +
Revid 9,178  +
Title Jointly They Edit: Examining the Impact of Community Identification on Political Interaction in Wikipedia
Url http://dx.doi.org/10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0060584  +
Volume 8  +
Year 2013  +
Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 14 August 2013 11:16:22  +
Categories Publications with missing gscites  + , Publications with missing research questions  + , Publications with missing topics  + , Publications missing domains  + , Publications with missing theory type  + , Publications with missing Wikipedia coverage  + , Publications with missing theories  + , Publications with missing research design  + , Publications with missing data source  + , Publications with the missing collected data time dimension  + , Publications with missing unit of analysis  + , Publications with missing wikipedia data extraction  + , Publications with missing Wikipedia page type  + , Publications with missing Wikipedia language  + , Publications with missing conclusion  + , Publications with missing comments  + , Publications  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 19 September 2013 14:52:32  +
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