A Critical History of Social Media. A Critical History of Social Media. Van Dijck, Jose. Excerpts from chapter 7:“Wikipedia and the Neutrality Principle” in The Culture of Connectivity: A Critical History of Social Media. Pp. 132-37; 140-143; 149-153.
“Who Writes Wikipedia?” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Who_writes_Wikipedia
List two claims that Jose Van Dijck makes in Chapter 7. This can be in bullet point form, but must reflect that you engaged with her argument.
Review the Noticeboard page that has tagged articles which may not conform to “Neutral Point of View” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Neutral_point_of_view/Noticeboard then follow the steps below:
1. Choose one of the article pages (e.g. &quot;American Left&quot;) from this noticeboard.
2. Briefly summarize why editors argue the article is not conforming to the rule.
3. Describe how the controversy is (or is not) resolved.
4. Reflect on what reading through these comments helps you understand about the Wikipedia community of users and the Neutral Point of View rule?
The aim for this assignment is for you to spend time reading through how Wikipedians describe and discuss the &quot;Neutral Point of View&quot; rule, and to become aware of how rhetorical skills and Wikipedia’s own legalities are marshaled to support particular sides. This exercise should familiarize you a little with how Wikipedia works beyond being status content, so that you’re primed to think critically about the project of Wikipedia and how participation works.
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