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Frauen in der Wikipedia und Gender Gap[Bearbeiten]

Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen[Bearbeiten]

  • Sook Lim, Nahyun Kwon: Gender differences in information behavior concerning Wikipedia, an unorthodox information source?. In: Library and Information Science Research 32, 3, 2010, S. 212–220.
  • Shyong (Tony) K. Lam, Anuradha Uduwage, u. a.: WP:Clubhouse? An Exploration of Wikipedia’s Gender Imbalance. WikiSym'11, 3.–5. Oktober 2011, Mountain View, Californien, 2011.
  • J. Antin, R. Yee, C. Cheshire, O. Nov: Gender Differences in Wikipedia Editing. 2011.
  • Joseph Reagle, Lauren Rhue. Gender Bias in Wikipedia and Britannica. International Journal of Communication, 5: 1138–1158, 2011.
  • Benjamin Collier, Julia Bear: Conflict, criticism, or confidence: An empirical examination of the gender gap in wikipedia contributions. In: Proc. of CSCW 12, 2012, S. 383–392. („This study found strong support for the hypothesis that the gender contribution gap is due in part to responses to conflict.“)
  • David Laniado, Carlos Castillo, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Mayo Fuster Morell: Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community: the case of Wikipedia. WikiSym. Linz, Austria: ACM Press, 27.–29. August 2012.
  • Andrea Forte, Judd Antin, Shaowen Bardzell, Leigh Honeywell, John Riedl, Sarah Stierch: Some of all human knowledge: gender and participation in peer production. In: Proc. of CSCW 12, 2012, S. 33–36. doi:10.1145/2141512.2141530. („Articles females tend to edit are twice as likely to be contentious and female editors are more likely to have early contributions undone by fellow editors and to be indefinitely blocked by fellow editors.“)
  • Joseph Reagle: "Free as in sexist?" Free culture and gender gap. In: First Monday 18, 1 (7. Januar 2013).
  • Anja Ebersbach: Wikipedia: Lexikon sucht Frau. In: Birgit Kampmann, Bernhard Keller, Michael Knippelmeyer und Frank Wagner (Hrsg.): Die Frauen und das Netz. Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden 2013, ISBN 978-3-8349-4129-9, S. 159–171. doi:10.1007/978-3-8349-4129-9_11.
  • Jonathan Morgan, Sarah Stierch, Siko Bouterse and Heather Walls (2013). Tea & Sympathy: Crafting Positive New User Experiences on Wikipedia. In: Procedings of CSCW ’13. pdf sought
  • Stine Eckert, Linda Steiner. (Re)triggering Backlash: Responses to News About Wikipedia’s Gender Gap. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 37(4):284-303, 2013. doi:10.1177/0196859913505618. Abstract only (Aus dem Abstract: "We analyzed coverage of Wikipedia’s gender gap by 42 U.S. news organizations and blogs as well as 1,336 comments posted online by readers. [...] many commentators denied the gap was a problem; they blamed women for not joining, suggested it was women’s choice, or mocked girly interests. The belittling of the disparity as feminist ideology arguably betrays an antifeminist backlash." Oktober 2013)
  • Dariusz Jemielniak. Common knowledge? An ethnography of Wikipedia, Stanford University Press 2014 (S. 14-16 Summary zu Versuchen, den Frauenanteil zu ermitteln und zu Sexismus-Anzeichen bei Kategoriensortierung.)
  • Joseph M. Reagle Jr. Measure, manage, manipulate, in: Open Codex. Code & Culture (sein Blog), 17. Dezember 2014 (grundlegende Überlegungen auch für das Messen angeblicher Männeranteile an Wikipedia... z.B. das Fazit "Clearly, we need to measure some things, but we also need to be highly skeptical of what we choose to measure, how we do so, and what we do with the resulting data.")

Sachbuch[Bearbeiten]

  • Leonie Maria Tanczer: Post, Gender, Internet? (S. 53-71) In: Clara Landler et al. (Hrsg.): Netzpolitik in Österreich: Internet. Macht. Menschenrechte. Co:llaboratory Österreich 2014, Buch zum Download (7 MB)

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  • Noam Chen: Open-Source Software Specialist (Lila Tretikov) Selected as Executive Director of Wikipedia, in: The New York Times, 01. Mai 2014] The selection of another woman to run the Wikimedia Foundation speaks to one of Ms. Gardner’s concerns about Wikipedia — the lack of diversity among the volunteers who edit and administer the project, whether by ethnic or geographic background or gender. By some counts, the percentage of women editors is less than 15 percent. “Increasing diversity is very important,” Ms. Tretikov said. “Our mission is all about bringing knowledge to everyone — if some are left out, that is not everyone.”

Dezember 2014

  • Stephanie Pappas: Wikipedia's Gender Problem Gets a Closer Look Yahoo News 3. Dezember 1914. Zitat: "But a growing number of voices suggest that sexism is a problem not just on Wikipedia, but all over the Internet." Julia Adams, eine Soziologin von der Yale Yale University, führt eine Studie dazu durch, wie die akademische Welt in der Wikipedia dargestellt wird im Vergleich dazu, wie die Struktur und Demographie dieser Welt tatsächlich ist. Ihre Studie wurde von einem republikanischen Senator als "Verschwendung" angegriffen, weil "Gender" thematisiert wird.
  • David Auerbach, Encyclopedia Frown. Wikipedia is amazing. But it’s become a rancorous, sexist, elitist, stupidly bureaucratic mess, slate.com, 11. Dezember 2014 "With the Arbitration Committee opting only to ban the one woman in the dispute despite her behavior being no worse than that of the men, it’s hard not to see this as a setback to Wikipedia’s efforts to rectify its massive gender gap."

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