Both should be presented with view Moo given complete but not
On May 2, 2006, at 7:20 PM, Cheney Shill wrote:
Fred Bauder <fredbaud(a)ctelco.net> wrote: On May
2, 2006, at 10:25
AM, Cheney Shill (Pro-Lick) wrote:
This regards Undue weight part of NPOV:
Sometimes the quality of the sources may differ substantially with
one source representing scholarly opinion, the other reflecting
I definitely agree. However, that's not the problem in this
scenario. I didn't intend this to be an RfA exam test question.
From the responses I've gotten so far, I probably should clarify,
but it also shows the great deal of ambiguity I mentioned regarding
determining the majority/minority POV.
*View Moo has 3 sources that support it.
*View Bark has 15 sources that support it.
Under the assumptions that the sources are all independent of each
other, all of equal quality, and they have already been discussed
thoroughly and agreed upon as the sources that should be used to
write a section of an article, which, if either, is the majority
view that will be presented to the greatest extent in the section?
Should either not be presented?
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