Wikipedia and the Representation of Reality
by Zachary J. McDowell, Matthew A. Vetter
Publisher: Routledge 2021
Number of pages: 140
This book is a contemporary examination of what information is represented, how that information is presented, and who gets to participate (and serve as gatekeeper) in the world's largest online repository for information, Wikipedia.
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