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I'm a PhD candidate in the York University & Ryerson University Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture, Toronto, Canada.[1] My research examines the political design of encyclopedic knowledge, with a portion of my research devoted to questioning the concept of consensus.[2] My masters thesis began this line of inquiry by examining the epistemological connections between Wikipedia and the Encyclopedia Britannica by comparing the organizational structure of ten articles throughout the lifespan of each encyclopedia.[3] See also:


  1. ^ "Communication & Culture | Faculty of Graduate Studies | York University". Retrieved 2017-05-27.
  2. ^ Jankowski, Steve (2015). "No consensus on consensus: A paradox within Wikipedian governance and collective action". In Torres, C.; Mateus, S. (eds.). From Multitude to Crowds- Collective Action and the Media. Peter Lang. pp. 177–196.
  3. ^ Jankowski, Steve (2013). "Encyclopaedism & Wikipedia: a generic analysis of epistemic values" (PDF). University of Ottawa. Retrieved 2017-05-27.