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9% of Wikipedia Editors Are Women
Aug 09, 2012 12:16
According to studies, 91% of Wikipedia's collaborative encyclopedia editors are male. And that's way too high, because where is the female perspective?
The real question is, why the imbalance? Do women feel discouraged to contribute? Or are women, on a whole, less interested in online academic communities?
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