The Social Psychological Effects of Feedback on the Production of Internet Information Pools

@article{Cheshire2008TheSP,
  title={The Social Psychological Effects of Feedback on the Production of Internet Information Pools},
  author={Coye Cheshire and Judd Antin},
  journal={J. Computer-Mediated Communication},
  year={2008},
  volume={13},
  pages={705-727}
}
A growing number of systems on the Internet create what we call information pools, or collections of online information goods for public, club or private consumption. Examples of information pools include collaborative editing websites (e.g. Wikipedia), peer-to-peer file sharing networks (e.g., Napster), multimedia contribution sites (e.g. YouTube), and amorphous collections of commentary (e.g., blogs). In this study, we specifically focus on information pools that create a public good… CONTINUE READING
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