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Functional Roles and Career Paths in Wikipedia

Ofer Arazy, Felipe Ortega, Oded Nov, Lisa Yeo, Adam Balila
2015 Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '15  
In contrast, in this paper we empirically study the nature and structure of functional roles within Wikipedia, seeking to validate existing theoretical frameworks.  ...  The analysis sheds new light on the nature of functional roles, revealing the intricate "career paths" resulting from participants' role transitions.  ...  -there are de-facto career paths within Wikipedia.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2675133.2675257 dblp:conf/cscw/ArazyONYB15 fatcat:3eyyepnawfhypdzfruh3ve22yi

Extraction of Career Profiles from Wikipedia

Firas Dib, Simon Lindberg, Pierre Nugues
2015 Conference on Biographical Data in a Digital World  
In this paper, we describe a system that gathers the work experience of a person from her or his Wikipedia page. We first extract an ontology of profession names from the Wikidata graph.  ...  We then parse the Wikipedia pages using a dependency parser and we connect persons to professions through the analysis of parts of speech and dependency relations we extract from text.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by Vetenskapsrådet and the Det digitaliserade samhället program.  ... 
dblp:conf/bd/DibLN15 fatcat:fsynycpp3rbppfzg7om5wx23im

Mentoring in Wikipedia

David R. Musicant, Yuqing Ren, James A. Johnson, John Riedl
2011 Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration - WikiSym '11  
In this paper, we draw insights from the offline mentoring literature to analyze mentoring practices in Wikipedia and how they influence editor behaviors.  ...  Mentoring is a practice that has been widely used in offline organizations to help new members adjust to their roles.  ...  The literature identifies two major functions of mentoring: career functions and psychosocial functions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2038558.2038586 dblp:conf/wikis/MusicantRJR11 fatcat:spbngjuj5fbbxivmulmisztoee

Web 2.0 according to Wikipedia: Capturing an organizing vision

Arnaud Gorgeon, E. Burton Swanson
2011 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Every organizing vision has a career which reflects its construction over time, and in the present study we examine Web 2.0's career as captured in its Wikipedia entry over a five year period, finding  ...  Over recent years, technologists and others heatedly debated this question, even in Wikipedia, itself arguably an example of Web 2.0.  ...  Web 2.0 in context To better understand and explain the evolution of the Web 2.0 article in Wikipedia, we first sought to assess Web 2.0's career path more broadly.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21612 fatcat:q3k4tgwrkzhgrml6tbior37ntq

Voluntary Engagement in an Open Web-Based Encyclopedia: Wikipedians and Why They Do It

Joachim Schroer, Guido Hertel
2009 Media Psychology  
VOLUNTARY ENGAGEMENT IN AN OPEN WEB-BASED ENCYCLOPEDIA 3 Voluntary Engagement in an Open Web-based Encyclopedia:  ...  As potential predictors of contributors' engagement and satisfaction, both motives derived from social sciences (e.g., costs-benefits, valence of the Wikipedia goals, identification with Wikipedia, etc  ...  Moreover, future research might analyze the impact of perceived task characteristics distinctively for the different roles and functions of the participants in the Wikipedia project (such as authors, administrators  ... 
doi:10.1080/15213260802669466 fatcat:tjnmbecogbc2vc37sj2tlvt76e

Technology-mediated contributions

Judd Antin, Coye Cheshire, Oded Nov
2012 Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work - CSCW '12  
In this study we extend prior research on TMSP and Wikipedia by examining in detail the characteristics of the revisions that new contributors make.  ...  We present analyses that address each of these questions, and conclude with implications for our understanding of the progression of participation on Wikipedia and other TMSP systems.  ...  This three-stage path does not describe the path of participation for all (or even most) Wikipedians, but instead describes a common path to the more committed roles.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2145204.2145264 dblp:conf/cscw/AntinCN12 fatcat:ywzkjgpqjfg5bcyjvwntpw33jq

Manuscript Research about Effect of Application of Career Stage Systems on the Natural Work Satisfaction in PGI "C" Hospital Jakarta

Labora Sitinjak, Hady Efendy
2017 International Journal of Human Resource Studies  
The design used was quasy experiment in pre and posttest with control group, which the intervention was given at H Unit and as control group was Renal Unit.  ...  The study was aimed to evaluate the influence of the applied of career system for job satisfaction of the nurses in PGI "C" Hospital in Jakarta.  ...  Increased nurse job satisfaction after intervention occurs in all components of the career path system (career development: 60%, rewards: 49%, challenging jobs: 56%, promotional opportunities: 52% and  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijhrs.v7i3.11528 fatcat:r4b2uaofznhxrlhjfubaeerqna

How and why Wikipedia works

Dirk Riehle
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international symposium on Wikis - WikiSym '06  
Unfortunately, some apply for this role out of a desire for power! And then are surprised when they get rejected. (This is a kind of 'regressive career path'-from an immature editor to a banned one!)  ...  I'm curious: Is there a natural progression through roles that you have observed? Are there typical 'career paths' for contributors? KN: Most people start out as editors or uploaders.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1149453.1149456 dblp:conf/wikis/Riehle06 fatcat:wjb2e7tj4jg35i3qt3zmtzodc4

Learning Local Content Shift Detectors from Document-level Information

Richárd Farkas
2011 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing  
We handle content shifters in general, instead of learning a particular language phenomenon detector (e.g. negation or hedging) and form a single system for document labeling and content shift detection  ...  These kind of tasks are usually solved by looking up indicator phrases and analyzing their local context to filter false positive matches.  ...  and dependency roles on the "subject path", respectively.  ... 
dblp:conf/emnlp/Farkas11 fatcat:ic2b5dfza5c7tlllefrs2ljeh4

Gender Stereotypes in Hollywood Movies and Their Evolution over Time: Insights from Network Analysis

Arjun M. Kumar, Jasmine Y. Q. Goh, Tiffany H. H. Tan, Cynthia S. Q. Siew
2022 Big Data and Cognitive Computing  
An analysis of specific paths in the network and the words reflecting various domains show the dynamic changes in some of these stereotypical associations.  ...  Our results suggest that gender stereotypes are complex and dynamic in nature.  ...  Data Availability Statement: The data underlying the results presented in this study are available from the Wikipedia website (www.wikipedia.com, accessed on 12 April 2022).  ... 
doi:10.3390/bdcc6020050 fatcat:drstrn6dybbbliizs2jnemjkr4

Exploring the Knowledge Curation Work of Wikidata

Timothy Kanke
2019 Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries  
An understanding of the activities in Wikidata, including the roles played, tools used, norms and rules followed, and solutions sought to address contradictions among different components of the activities  ...  The purpose of the proposed research is to explore how editors participate in Wikidata and how they organize their work.  ...  [7] found that there is neither formally defined career paths nor a linear progression through the roles in Wikipedia.  ... 
dblp:journals/tcdl/Kanke19 fatcat:ys327zizenblrid4x7zjjqhxmu

An Exploration of Wikipedia Contributions in the Era of COVID-19

Michael Holt, Christopher Newport University, Timothy Kreider, Scott Kreider, Joel Kreider, Christopher Kreider, East Tennessee State University, Old Dominion University
2022 Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems  
As these activities to meet existing needs were disrupted, we seek to use this as an opportunity to explore how contribution in open-source communities changed, specifically the English Wikipedia.  ...  Our project will contribute to the understanding of IS during unusual times, specifically in the context of open-source communities that rely on volunteer time and effort.  ...  we, "…perform certain activities because they serve one or more functions (Rafaeli & Ariel 2008) ." • Many of these functions related to career, socialization and belongingness were disrupted via COVID  ... 
doi:10.17705/3jsis.00028 fatcat:uns6dp7jdrcgnnox4vf4whgyjy

VIDEOGAME ENGINES AND THE POLITICS OF 'DEMOCRATISED' SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Benjamin Nicoll
2019 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
what would otherwise be a career path fraught with risk and uncertainty.  ...  These contexts form a 'circuit of cultural software' wherein the discourse of democratisation functions as a governing logic.  ...  what would otherwise be a career path fraught with risk and uncertainty.  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2019i0.11018 fatcat:y2nruxrwwveenhlicp3twvjaqy

A clustering approach to infer Wikipedia contributors' profile [article]

Shubham Krishna, Romain Billot, Nicolas Jullien
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The highlighted profiles are identifiable early in the history of involvement, suggesting that light monitoring of newcomers may be sufficient to adapt the interaction with them and increase the retention  ...  These studies are on the English Wikipedia only. The objective of this paper is to highlight different profiles of contributors with clustering techniques.  ...  RESEARCH HYPOTHESES: CONTRIBUTOR'S BEHAV- IORS AND ROLES DETECTION It has been no more a matter of debate that regular contributors vary in the tasks they perform, leading to various 'career' within  ... 
arXiv:1803.09461v1 fatcat:a2l7o2tzjjcdlmjpvlmn5bxzti

The Spirit of Combination

David Alan Grier
2010 Computer  
It worked for Lennon and McCartney, who in the early days of their career, looked for a connection to a girl who was just standing there.  ...  Our degrees focus on technical and policy aspects, preparing you for leadership and management roles-and making you even more competitive for thousands of openings in the public and private sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2010.210 fatcat:anvx46ai3vdapnom3yglssdkkq
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