Congrats! Your poster has been accepted for Wikimania 2019[edit source]
Congratulations! Your poster has been accepted for Wikimania 2019. Now what?
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Wikipedia conspiracy theory in Japan[edit source]
Thank you for your presentation at Wikimania 2021.
May I have a copy of your presentation and any publications you think might be relevant? (If something is not in English, that's now acceptable as long as I can use something like Google Translate on the text.)
Second, I've published some crudely related articles on Wikiversity:
- Wikiversity:Confirmation bias and conflict, which summarizes my understanding of the social psychology behind these problems.
- Wikiversity:International conflict observatory, which suggests possible countermeasures.
I'd be pleased to get your feedback -- and correction / improvements, which is why the articles are on Wikiversity. AND I could use collaborator(s) in preparing articles of this nature for refereed academic journals. (I have a PhD in statistics with books, patents, published technical papers on my resume, most of them in joint with others. Since this material is not primarily statistical, I've focused on organizing my thoughts and research and have not invested much time in looking for academic research journals that might like to publish some of this material. I think some of it is publishable, but I could use collaborators.)