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2009, Vol., No.20

  • 1.

    Interrelationship between Records and Information

    Byoungho Song | 2009, (20) | pp.3~32 | number of Cited : 5
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    When the record management faces to the information environment, the practices based on self-judgment needs more open and considerate policies. New viewpoint that treat records as information and treat information as records will produce new mutual-conscious behavior that create records based on the value of information usage and maintain information data based on the reliability as an record. As the internal aspect how to create records well, how to transfer them well, and how to archives them well used to be the focus of record management, existing legislation, guidelines, and training seem to be mainly related to this front steps. We should also address issues according to the succeeding information services, including opening to the relevant, sharing, duplicating, information security, privacy protection, and constructing collections with continual supplement. This paper observe the confusion of the viewpoints in the recent reports, explain the need of fusion viewpoint, and suggest interconnecting feedback cycle between record management system and general information system.
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    A study on an Improvement plan of Classified records Management process in Records Center -On the basis of related Act analysis-

    천권주 | 2009, (20) | pp.33~75 | number of Cited : 0
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    After establishment of Records Act in 1999, we issued the all-out revision Act because of too much changing of records management environment. Even though the new Records Act has much reformed clauses, classified records management itself is not much improved. Under this present situation, this study analyze both Records Act and related Act to get an improved plan which would be applied at Records Center. Simultaneously, the case study of National Archives of Korea's ISP and Army Archives' can be useful research data. Finally, the study suggest that an improvement plan of classified records management process which is consist of three sub-process that are 'transfer step'-'retention and management step'-'service step'.
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    A Study for the establishment environment of the Labor Archives

    kwak geon hong | 2009, (20) | pp.77~114 | number of Cited : 3
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    The actual conditions of the labor unions are primitive. First, there is no good records management regulation. At this research, I found it that most regulations of the labor unions were all the same. I think they have been copied a kind of one of originality. Second, the definition of records were very narrow, like documentary evidence. Third, the classification, filing, disposal regulations are the below level of the public institution in 1970s. Fourth, there are no standards of the records scheduling for the labor records. What kind of labor records have the historical values? I could not find, only the documentary evidence value. So, I think The actual conditions of the labor unions are primitive. I investigated the collections of the Southern Labor Archives in USA. There were many kind of records. For example, the records of regional labor unions also central labor unions, pamphlets, journals, photos, personal records, oral history, organizational records like protocols․article of associations․internal rules, minute books etc. Like this the collections of the Southern Labor Archives in USA are very various. But our actual conditions of the labor unions is far from that. Rather, we just have tried collected records for publishing the white papers. But this habitual practice would not be desirable. Because they must manage the records from the producing time. Mostly, 'laborer history HANNAE' were organised, and they are trying the collecting and management of the labor records. Also They are trying the computerizing, compilation. 'HANNAE' has the condition for the transformation of the labor archives. But if they want to be really, they must make the records management infra and so, should normalize the record management firstly. For example, They must be keep the standardized records management regulations, records scheduling redesigned. the developing standard model for the records management. And they have the vision for the hub of the labor archives. When coming to this, it will be realized the labor archives Now the records for the working class are disappearing. The managing the records for the labor is another labor movement. All together should join it. But I think the supporting of the archival science research colleagues will be the essential part.
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    A Study on the Documentation Method of Theater

    정은진 | 2009, (20) | pp.115~150 | number of Cited : 15
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    Theater is a performing art with a volatile feature which exists when it is performed on the stage by actors and disappears when it is finished. Due to its intangible characteristic It is not only impossible to just hand it down but also there is a high possibility that materials which have been produced during the preparations of performance might be lost If it was not been properly taken care. The study which has been conducted from the existing such a problem, understand produceable records, the point where the records can be produced and the main body who is in charge of the production process by analysing performing process of theater and also propose the general method of documentation of theater by introducing the method of collecting each records. Such an introduction of method would help to progress acquisition activity by setting-up documentation planning at the stage of planning theater beforehand, rather than just help to gather the corresponding records after the performance is finished.
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    A Study on Management of Records of Art Archives

    Jeong, Hye-Rin | Kim Iek Han | 2009, (20) | pp.151~212 | number of Cited : 9
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    Museums are producing new value and being redefined as places that reproduce context, as the process of globalization are being reflected in museum activities. The new additional functions and roles to the traditional mission of museums allow artworks to find potential functions of art archive and meseum. At the same time, the public has faced originality and aura of an artwork by viewing the physical subject. However, with the appearance of a new digital object, the initiative of viewing has moved over from the artwork to the hands of the public. Now, the public does not go to the museum to see an artwork, but has started to adopt to an opposite paradigm of bringing the artwork forward to the screen. Therefore, they are not satisfied any longer with just seeing an artwork, but demand more information about the artworks and reproduce it as knowledge. Therefore, this study aimed to find types and characteristics through definition and range selection of art archive at this point where the value of art archive is enhanced and systematic management is required, and to present record management methods according to art archive structure and core execution function. It especially stressed that the basis of overall art archive definition was in an 'approach' paradigm rather than a 'preservation' paradigm, and embodied various application methods of digitalized art records. The digital object of an artwork was recognized as the first materialization of an actual artwork, and the digital original of an artwork was presented as the core record. Art archive managed under physical and intellectual control were organically restructured focusing on digital original copies of artworks, which are the core record in a digital technology environment, and could be provided to users in forms of various services that meet their demands. The beginning of systematic management of such art records will become a first step to enhance historical value, establish art cultural identity, and truly possess art culture.
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    A Study on the American Presidential Libraries focusing on dysfunctions

    Min-Ji Jo | 2009, (20) | pp.213~256 | number of Cited : 11
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    If there are pyramids in Egypt for ancient pharaohs, there are presidential libraries, in other words presidential temples, in America for modern ex-presidents. An American presidential library is a monument-but also a history museum and an archive. These libraries are their unique commemorating way for American ex-presidents. These reflect and explain their presidency with their own point of views through museum exhibitions. However, the history presented in the museums of presidential libraries often lacks balance and critical perspective, and offer public access selectively. The presidential libraries, nothing but American business, made from American heroism and self-confidence tradition. In that point, we have to recognize american commemorating cultures are americans, while benchmarking american system. The importance is balanced views and critical perspectives when we accept advanced other country's systems.