Wikipedia:WikiProject Popular Culture/Assessment

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This is the WikiProject Popular Culture assessment summary page. See WP:Version 1.0 Editorial Team and WP:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Work via Wikiprojects for more information. For popular culture articles, see Category:Popular culture or Category:WikiProject Popular Culture articles.

Instructions[edit]

An article's assessment is generated from the class and importance parameters in the {{WikiProject Popular Culture}} banner on its talk page.

{{WikiProject Popular Culture|class=|importance=}}

The following values may be used for the class parameter:

Articles for which a valid class is not provided are listed in Category:Unassessed Popular Culture articles. The class should be assigned according to the quality scale in the next section below.

The following values may be used for the importance parameter:

Articles for which a valid importance is not provided are listed in Category:Unknown-importance Popular Culture articles. The importance should be assigned according to the importance scale below.

Grading scheme[edit]

Quality scale[edit]

WikiProject article quality grading scheme


Importance scale[edit]

The article's importance within popular culture, regardless of its quality. Think of it as a hierarchy of categories, starting with broad categories and ending with focused categories (e.g., plant-> tree-> pine-> knotty pine).

Top Article is a must-have for a print encyclopaedia. The topic of the article covers a large and important subject in the field of popular culture. Top-Class articles should be few and far between. Examples include: Galaxies in fiction, Cultural depictions of Jesus, Satan in popular culture, and Dracula in popular culture.
High Article is a common and broad topic. Examples include: Earth in fiction, Cultural influence of Star Trek, Stars and planetary systems in fiction.
Mid Article fills in minor details about a broad topic or a depth of knowledge about a minor topic. Examples include:Titan in fiction, Cultural depictions of Joan of Arc, Space warfare in fiction.
Low Subject is of peripheral knowledge, possibly trivial. Examples include: Tuberculosis in art, Cultural depictions of Edward VI of England, Asteroids in fiction.

See also[edit]

Wikipedia:"In popular culture" articles