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2013, Vol., No.36

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    A Comparative Study on the Development Strategies of Cultural Institutions

    kwak geon hong | 2013, (36) | pp.3~33 | number of Cited : 4
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    The medium and long term plan is one of the most important factors for the cooperation between cultural institutions such as archives, libraries and museums. This paper tries to analyze comparatively the development strategies’ backgrounds and tasks of the national representative cultural institutions, with their similarities and differences. Limitations of the development strategies caused by their low stature are also presented in the paper. Accordingly this paper put emphasis on the changeover from separate and individual development strategy to joint and collaborative one for the cooperation between cultural institutions.
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    Receipt of Official Documents after the Status Change of the Office of Crown Properties in The Great Han Empire

    sung-joon park | 2013, (36) | pp.35~67 | number of Cited : 1
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    As the office of crown properties expanded to financial structure having jurisdiction over various nation’s purse in the Great Han Empire, its official document form has been changed. Unlike the early days, they had used official paper stamped with the words ‘the Office of Crown Properties’ eliminating ‘Department of the Royal Household’. Also, the title on stamp of government position changed to ‘Recipient of the Official of Crown Properties’. As the office of crown properties expanded as a great financial structure, it has grown in stature as an independent structure, and it was reflected in official document form. Such change was shown in document distribution system. The recipient of report from each district was the First Lord of Department of the Royal Household until 1897; however, the recipients of reports were mostly the office of Crown Properties from 1899. The Office of Crown Properties could not issue an official order before Aug 1899, since then the Office of Crown Properties had issued official orders to each district. However, the Office of Crown Properties could not handle the document in an equal position to the central organization yet. However, from Sep. 1900, the Office of Crown Properties handle the document with district organizations in equal position to the central organization, and a records office had been established in the Office of Crown Properties. Also, the Office of Crown Properties had handled official documents as an independent organization getting out of belonging organization to the department of Royal Household. Since the records office was established in Sep. 1900, the Office of Crown Properties had written receipt book autonomously. Comparing the receipt books in 1901 to the receipt books in 1905 and 1906, receipt numbers had been appeared from the book in 1905 and the organization in charge of the documents was recorded on some documents. Since no receipt book was found in 1902~1904, it is unknown when receipt number had been started indicating on the book. Seeing that the receipt number on the book of 1905 matched with contents on the receipt stamp, the receipt number has started indicating from around July, 1902; the period the receipt stamp has been started to use. Unlike the receipt stamp, the department in charge was indicated on the receipt book. It is because that the Office of Crown Properties changed writing system. Instead of classifying divisions, the Office of Crown Properties recorded in a book by order to receive, provided serial number, and wrote the department on the bottom of receipt book to classify by department in charge. Since establishment of the records office in Sep. 1900, the Office of Crown Properties had confirmed the receipt of document by stamping ‘receipt of the Office of Crown Properties’ and made receipt books as the office had started handled documents independently. Also, the Office of Crown Properties changed its system integrating division and recording in one book from the intial system classifying the book by division then receipt number and department in charge were indicated on the book. Also, receipt system has stabilized by stamping the receipt date and number on the received document.
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    A Study on Developing Procedures of Archival Contents for Local History Education of Secondary Education in Busan

    도윤지 | 2013, (36) | pp.69~119 | number of Cited : 3
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    The local history research started from the 1960’s postmodernism neted in the local history as the subject of diversity instead of National history. The local is being magnified as a new research theme among history scholar. In these circumstances, the local history research shows sign of activity and the movement that used in various ways at education has become more active. Compared to the contents business of local history, development of education contents what serviced for student is insufficient. Therefore, this research suggests development plan of local history education contents using archives which efficient tool of history education. Students can grow the ability of historical inquiry, thinking, insight through archives-assisted learning. Also, self-learning is possible instead of a lecture by teacher. This research shows a development of archival contents for local history education though literature research, abroad case analysis, focus group interview with history teachers. Concepts of the local history, local history education, education contents are examined at literature research. Local history education of the State Archives of the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia web site is analyzed. These state archives have been providing the web based service of archival contents for local history education for a long time. With these theoretical background, carry out a focus group interview with middle school history teachers. It draw conclusion that 14 category and 35 subcategory and these are reflected in the development of archival contents for local history education.
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    History Education for Minority Group and the Archival Institutions in Britain

    최재희 | 2013, (36) | pp.121~152 | number of Cited : 10
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    History education is of growing significance in relation with minority group’s identity issue in an irreversible trend of globalization. Archives and the cultural institution can be a major player in the reforming the history education as conducted in Britain. This paper deals with the Moving Here project led by The National Archives. The vision of the project is to overcome barriers to the direct involvement of minority ethnic groups in recording their own history of migration and to ensure this history is passed on to the next generation through schools. More than 200,000 digitised images and documents in the Moving Here have been selected from the 28 content partners’ collections. In addition, TNA and the regional partners worked with minority ethnic groups to record their culture and stories. In doing so, real and lasting relation between the community and the ethnic groups has developed. The outputs of the project such as films and stories were distributed free for regional schools. The School section of the Moving Here provides a range of education resources. One of the most impressive outcome of the project is the minority’s desire to have their own archives for identity and self-esteem.
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    A Study on the Online Service of Oral History Archives

    Kim Myoung-hun | 한지혜 | 2013, (36) | pp.153~193 | number of Cited : 5
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    This article intends to establish a online service of oral history archives. Unlike common records, it is important to understand the contextual relation of oral history archives. The context of oral history archives can include the context of oral history contents in addition to the connection with records produced in the process of performing work function of agency which performs collecting oral history archives, and the connection between oral history archives formed in the process of collecting oral history archives. Therefore this article emphasizes that the context of oral history archives has an important role and function in on-line service of oral history archives by researching the plan for on-line service of oral history archives based on the context of oral history archives.
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    A Study on Developing Archival Contents for Documenting Local Historical Characters

    Hyun, Moonsoo | KIM,DONG-CHUL | 2013, (36) | pp.195~231 | number of Cited : 13
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    Locality documentation and archival contents development cover local historical characters that are mirrors reflecting localities. The study is to propose a methodology of designing archival contents for documenting a local historical character representing the locality based on his/her records. By the methodology, sample archival contents, Park Ki-jong contents is designed because he is the most representative of the locality of Busan between the late 1800 and the early 1900. Firstly, it asks a question on how it chooses a character representing the target locality. After the character is selected, his/her life and context is analysed. Based on the analysis, it set up the coverage of developing the contents and identifies relevant records and materials. Finally, the archival content for a local historical character is designed. It is important that the study proposes a method of developing archival contents which can be applied to a character-oriented archival contents development. For reviewing the applicability of the method, it is expected of further practical uses in character-oriented archival contents development representing the localities.
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    Implementing Space-based Networked Documentation for Donghae-Nambu Railway Areas in Busan Metropolitan City

    Seol, Moon-won | 김정현 | 2013, (36) | pp.233~269 | number of Cited : 5
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    This study aims to explore practicable and sustainable strategies for locality documentation through networking, linking, and recontextualization of records in digital environments. It applies the ‘spanDoc(SPAace-based Networked Documentation) Model to document Donghae-Nambu Railway areas placed in Busan Metropolitan City tentatively. Considering that mobility and openness are the main characteristics of Busan, railway areas and their stations can be proper places for representing such localities of the city. Moreover, there can be much experiences and memories of residents surrounding those areas, because Donghae-Nambu Railway has been used as short distance transportation facilities across the inner city of Busan since 1930’s. This study tries to implement the documentation strategy for the selected space, following the procedures of the spanDoc Model. Firstly, this study develops the structure of the subjects through investigating the related information sources and archives from various collecting institutions. Secondly, it carries out records surveys to identify the essential records types for documenting the Donghae-Nambu Railway areas. Thirdly, it describes the subjects and sub-subjects, and the entries of places, people and subjects for adding to the dictionaries. Finally, it links many entities such as subjects, records, and dictionary, and builds the databases regarding the inter-links and systematic accumulation of the outputs of each step.