NPOVNeutral Point of View
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As they conclude, the findings from the study present a challenge to Wikipedia's NPOV policy (1913) as they indicate that corresponding articles can differ in terms of sources, range and focus of information, tolerance of controversy, and even tone.
To what extent and in what ways does translation help maintain the encyclopaedia's NPOV principle and/or create LPOVs specific to each of the nine articles?
This pillar was added after NPOV was, but since its introduction, users have embraced it.
Wikipedia has always handled disagreements among its multitude of semianonymous contributors by enforcing the NPOV neutrality standard.
NPOV and writing for the enemy help ensure that opposing arguments receive airtime and fair treatment, but they only get you so far.
It's called the "neutral point of view," commonly referred to as NPOV. Founder Jimmy Wales is quoted on Wikipedia as saying NPOV is "absolute and nonnegotiable," and "is a point of view, not the absence or elimination of viewpoints." (NPOV does not mean "no points of view.") It is a policy that strives to eliminate bias, be it political, scientific, religious or commercial.