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  • Pereltsvaig, Asya; Lewis, Martin W., The Indo-European Controversy, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-1-107-05453-0. The part of the Wikipedia article they cite in footnote 17 on p. 144 later turned out to have largely been a hoax.

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June 2011[edit]

  • Paula Szuchman, Jenny Anderson, Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love. On p319, cites Wikipedia as the source of the photo of Alfred Marshall on p 161.

April 2011[edit]

  • Jansen, Sharon L., Reading Women's Worlds from Christine de Pizan to Doris Lessing: A Guide to Six Centuries of Women Writers Imagining Rooms of Their Own (N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 1st ed. Apr., 2011 (ISBN 978-0-230-11066-3)), p. 137 ("Indeed, even today, the wildly popular 'free-content,' collaboratively written, and infinitely recopied and repeated Wikipedia calls the SCUM Manifesto a 'feminist tract.' Ouch.") (author a teacher)

August 2010[edit]

  • James Kasting, How to Find a Habitable Planet. Kasting cites Wikipedia numerous times.

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January 2009[edit]

  • Patel, Neesha. Racialized Sexism in the Lives of Asian American Women. In Cheemba Raghavan, Arlene E. Edwards and Kim Marie Vaz, editors. (2009). Benefiting by Design: Women of Color in Feminist Psychological Research. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 978-1847186508. p. 120. It cites the May 1, 2005 revision [1] of Yellow fever (which is blank for some reason), with regard to the now absent coverage of "yellow fever" as meaning "asian fetish."

November 2008[edit]

  • Icon Group, Alternators: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases ([[Special:BookSources/0546677134|ISBN 0546677134]]). Used Wikipedia as one of the primary sources for the entire book, and marked "[WP]" next to each of the book's entries that was taken from Wikipedia.

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Quote from page 27: "Pepper thumbed a Google search on her BlackBerry with her other hand. NSF Thurmont. The first match came up: "Camp David-Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.""

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  • Ahmed Khaled Towfik, Al Akheer. Kalahari Desert. The title of the book is Arabic for The Last One (Arabic:الأخير). This book is number 38 in a series of books titled Safari (Arabic:سفارى).
  • Kenneth G. Winans, Investment Atlas, an investment history book that extensively references Wikipedia. www.investmentatlas.com

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  • Michael Burda, Charles Wyplosz, Macroeconomics: A European Text ISBN 978-0199264964. References Wikipedia article on Charles Ponzi when talking about pyramid schemes on p121.

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