Wikipedia:Coherence and cohesion
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Coherence and cohesion are dimensions within overall article development that deal with how articles work together to form a more complete picture - concepts that we will be dealing with more and more as new article creation slows down due to our approaching a theoretical concept limit, and we develop a greater focus on developing existing articles and topics to their maximum depth.
There are areas which are well developed: Well formed articles are considered such largely because they deal with and link to the most relevant superordinate (contexts) and subordinate topics (concepts) in a logical order. The liberal usage of topicboxes is a necessity for large series of articles to be coherently navigable and developed.Last modified on 6 May 2011, at 19:05