Comments on Structuration theory page appreciated!
Hello! My name is MJ. I'm a new editor on Wikipedia. I have recently completed some large-scale edits to the Structuration theory page. I saw that you've been active on its Talk page, and I wanted to invite you to return and add your comments and suggestions about the page concerning its readability, clarity, usefulness, and/or comprehensiveness-- or anything you'd like to add! As I said, I'm a new editor on Wikipedia. The structuration theory page has been rated "Highly important" to the Sociology WikiProject, and I'm concerned with making sure that the page is both accurate and informative for readers who want to know more about this important sociological theory. More than anything, I'd like to inspire a discussion about the changes that have been made, improvements, or support. Any suggestions you have are gladly received! I hope to see you on the Talk page soon! Mjscheer (talk) 06:25, 22 March 2012 (UTC)
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I just now that noticed you reclassified the Emotivism article from B- to C-class on the Project Philosophy quality scale a few years ago. Can you describe what needs to be improved to make it meet the B-class criteria? Thanks! — Elembis (talk · contribs) 19:12, 17 July 2013 (UTC)
Nomination of List of cemeteries in the United States for deletion
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