About Negapedia

Truth is stranger than fiction. (Mark Twain)

Our lives are made of good and bad things, and this reflects on everything humanity does. This duality is also present in Wikipedia, which is the product of big social interactions: people from all around the world help to shape the fundamental encyclopaedia of our times.
Like every social interaction, the creation of articles in Wikipedia is subject to a balancing between positive and negative forces, where people add or delete information in reaction to different impulses. In fact, information is not just made of facts, but also of needs, contrapositions, biases, interests. These aspects trigger epic battles in many parts of Wikipedia, battles that evolve through time and that mirror our society, with its multitude of opinions and consequent clashes.
Negapedia exposes these epic battles, showing the negative side of every page (a negaview): the underlying layer of social turbolence, of good and evil, that continuously shapes the information we see.


Conflict and Polemic
Negativity is illustrated using conflict and polemic, two sides of the coin that represent the overall negative form of every page in Wikipedia.
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Top Tens
A primary functionality is the possibility of viewing the top tens of conflict and polemic, that are available in various combinations.
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There are also negative views by category, that allow to see how negativity differs according to the topic of interest.
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The negative view of every page (and category) has corresponding awards of negativity, also said negawards.
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Social Jumps
Every page has social jumps that allow to discover hidden connections among pages, and to navigate Wikipedia in a different way.
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The negative side of every page in Wikipedia can be seen by using the search functionality.
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Credits and Contacts

Find out the research team behind Negapedia, and how to get in touch.