[Foundation-l] Academic article review

Michael Snow wikipedia at verizon.net
Thu Mar 5 16:03:07 UTC 2009

Pharos wrote:
> In contrast, Wikipedia's coverage of the humanities is often inferior
> to the better print encyclopedias, and even with very basic subjects.
> This is perhaps because the humanities lend themselves less to easy
> summary, as there is usually a great variety of scholarly opinion on
> basic subjects, unlike in science.
> The Tribe article is here typical:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe
Not that I necessarily disagree with your conclusions, but I wouldn't 
cite "Tribe" as a "typical" subject in the humanities, as it's more in 
the realm of the social sciences.

--Michael Snow

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