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Managing conflicts between users in Wikipedia

@inproceedings{Jacquemin2008ManagingCB,
  title={Managing conflicts between users in Wikipedia},
  author={Bernard Jacquemin and Aur{\'e}lien Lauf and C{\'e}line Poudat and Martine Hurault-Plantet and Nicolas Auray},
  booktitle={BIS},
  year={2008}
}
Wikipedia is nowadays a widely used encyclopedia, and one of the most visible sites on the Internet. Its strong principle of collaborative work and free editing sometimes generates disputes due to disagreements between users. In this article we study how the wikipedian community resolves the conflicts and which roles do wikipedian choose in this process. We observed the users behavior both in the article talk pages, and in the Arbitration Committee pages specifically dedicated to serious… 

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