It's all about the footnotes; but that is always the case.<quoted text>Actually no, it's not accepted in any College research paper or any other source other than as a general "idea" of what's being talked about. There have been serious "troll wars" on Wiki, where numerous articles are being changed and then "corrected" by right wing and fringe lunatics, there have even been articles about it.
The only decent "source" in the entire website is the footnotes on the subject page.
I don't accept Wiki answers any more than I accept, "yeah well my Momma said," answers.
Wiki-wars don't last long. The MODS shut them down. Also, now, changes to a wiki page are "provisional" until evaluated by MODS.
Wiki just needs more competent volunteers to train-up and serve as MODS.
Not everything CAN be politicized, and most remains within the sphere of the to-the-death struggles of academic thought and debate.