Mind the map: the impact of culture and economic affluence on crowd-mapping behaviours

  title={Mind the map: the impact of culture and economic affluence on crowd-mapping behaviours},
  author={Giovanni Quattrone and Afra J. Mashhadi and Licia Capra},
Crowd-mapping is a form of collaborative work that empowers citizens to collect and share geographic knowledge. OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a successful example of such paradigm, where the goal of building and maintaining an accurate global map of the changing world is being accomplished by means of local contributions made by over 1.2M citizens. While OSM has been subject to many country-specific studies, the relationship between national culture and economic affluence and users' participation has… CONTINUE READING
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