[Air-L] Literature on disagreements and opposing views in collaborative authoring systems

camille pb camille.pb at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 10:46:31 PDT 2010


The book *Cyberchiefs. Autonomy and Authority in Online Tribes*, by Mathieu
O'Neil (Pluto Press, 2009), deals with the subject.

Camille PB

*PHD Candidate, *
*Laboratoire Paragraphe,*
*Université Paris 8, France*

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 6:19 PM, Azi Lev-On <azilevon at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I'm looking for research about the scope and character of exchanges between
> opposing views in Wikipedia or other collaborative authoring systems
> online.
> Relevant studies can analyze "edit wars" and disagreements, discussions in
> talk pages, visualizations of controversies, surveys of contributors'
> backgrounds and views…
> Many thanks,
> Azi Lev-On.
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> Dr. Azi Lev-On
> Richard & Rhoda Goldman Visiting Israeli Professor, Institute for Research
> in the Social Sciences, Stanford University, 2009-2010
> Head of New Media Track, School of Communication, Ariel University Center,
> Ariel, Israel (on leave)
> www.azilevon.com
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