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2013, Vol., No.37

  • 1.

    The Realities and Practices in the UK’s Community Archives Movement

    Lee, Kyong Rae , Lee, Kwang Suk | 2013, (37) | pp.3~39 | number of Cited : 11
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the present stage of community archives movement in the UK. By doing so, it draws some implications of the UK case for the community archives movement in Korea. The UK’s ‘Independent’ community archives as a part of grassroots movement are characterized by participation, autonomy, and self-help of community members. Along with the appearance of the concept of ‘community’, the UK has experienced the revitalization period of community archives in the social context of community-based urban regeneration project. Recently, the UK’s community archives have transformed themselves into building a ‘governance model’ relying on the partnership with mainstream archives. In particular, the UK model of community archives is based ‘on their own ways’ with their autonomy as a product of intrinsic development initiated by communities themselves. The character of the model of this type is very analogous to the nature of maul’ community archives movement in Korea. Since the early 2000s, however, the UK model of community archives has been evolving into a way of building governance through their appropriation of the skills and methodologies from mainstream archives without endangering the autonomous essences of community archives themselves. We need to note the point of local researchers’ view in archival science who have tried to seek out the methodology for building maul community archives with regard to openness and collaboration. In this respect, a shift in archival principle in the UK would give significant implications in regenerating the locally based community model.
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    A Study of Establishing Culture Archiving

    ryu hanjo | 2013, (37) | pp.41~74 | number of Cited : 2
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    The culture archiving has attracted the public increasingly because of interest in culture and field extension of archival science. So researches have been conducted and many attempts have been tried to in everyday life archiving and village archiving. Although many studies explain appropriateness and give examples, theoretical study is rarely conducted. This Study explains the representation of the records in theoretical ways and the process of culture archiving. Also, this study reconsiders the documenting by archivists and suggests a value-based archiving method. For proving validity of this study, reviewed the possibility of representation classification system based on cultural contents is usable. I hope that this study contributes to discussion of the development of culture archiving methods.
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    A Study on the Archival Description in according with Paradigm Shift of the Archival Sciences

    조은성 | 2013, (37) | pp.75~142 | number of Cited : 8
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    This Study is to propose the archival description in accordance with the paradigm shift of the archival science. The academic world of archival science in North America treated the electric record in 1990 and the authenticity of electric record in the beginning of 2000, the flow of Study recognizing the microscopic and the cultural discussion appeared recently. This may be called the paradigm shift of archival science. This may be according to the influence of the informatization and the technology. However, the community archives, the everyday life archives recognizing the microscopic and the cultural discussion, etc. Namely, the everyday life, the village, the community archives are the effort to leave the excluded and the neglected voices from the existing discussion of archival science on record. However, the currently existing methodology to archive the community archives based on the perception of these switched recognition is limited. Especially the description of the various standards being used in the public territory is being adapted as it is. The characteristic and the individuality of the community and the community archive cannot be reflected through the archival description standard. We should understand the community archive in accordance with the paradigm shift, need the archival description method capable of expressing this suitably. The post-standard not the existing archival description method has been necessary. This should be carried out together in accordance with the view point of the paradigm shift and the view point of the objective and the direction of community. Hence, first the archival description and the paradigm shift have been examined theoretically and the archival description of community archive being operated currently has been analyzed. The archival description is to be proposed in accordance with the paradigm shift capable of calling ‘the archival description of Korean Human Right’ by pointing out the limit of archival description standard through the analysis and further by investigating the archival description of the fraternity archive project.
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    A Study on the Records Production Report of Public Institutions

    Hwang, Jin-hyun | 2013, (37) | pp.145~188 | number of Cited : 15
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    The purpose of production status report is figuring out the amount of records produced by departments and record centers and establishing plans for transfer and collect of archives. These are the main functions of production status report clarified by Public Records Management Act. Production status report is introduced as the means to control the record management in public institutions which lack the understanding of the record production and management. Up to now, public institutions carry out production status report. However, it only has been done as a formal procedure and records collected unsurely transfer to Archives. The implementation of production status report does not accord with the original purpose. In addition, there are different views about the appropriateness of production status report. Record managers in the field, the researchers who made efforts to state production status report in the law and the archives did not reached the agreement of opinions yet. The objective of this study is not to judge whether production status report is of importance or not. Although its significance is controversial, it’s one of the most important record management tasks and it stands the position as the distinct method in Korea. Nonetheless, the issue that production status report lacks efficiency in the field due to the lack of support of forms and systems brings up continuously. Thus, I evaluated current functions of production status report and proposed future improvements so that it accomplishes its original intent and support users in the field.
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    Function and Use Evaluation of ‘Classification & Disposal Schedule Management’ in the Standard Records Management System

    정상희 | 2013, (37) | pp.189~237 | number of Cited : 9
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    Since central governments began to establish and use the Standard Records Management System(RMS) in 2007, more and more local governments and other public organizations have constructed RMS. RMS is the essential tool for records management in electronic environments, but it is not known how well the functions of RMS reflect standards and practice related records management or how many records managers use RMS in performing their works. This paper deals with analyzing the evaluation of ‘classification & disposal schedule management’ function in RMS. ‘Classification & disposal schedule management’ function has 4 subfunctions of review of classification & preservation period, management of the schedule items, assignment of classification scheme and reclassification. Classification and disposal schedule is at the heart of intellectual control of records and core area of records management. So it is important to analyze whether this function plays well a role in RMS or not. This research carried out evaluation of function and use about classification & disposal schedule management in RMS. Functional evaluation is to compare and analyze how well RMS meets the functional requirements which home and foreign standards give. Use evaluation is to investigate how records managers use RMS in accomplishing their task of managing classification & disposal schedule and to look into what is the problem with the use. This paper could get the implications through the survey of records managers who are working at central governments, regional local governments and basic local governments. And these implications are considered in institutional, functional, use and administrative aspect. It is important to communicate with stakeholders so that ‘classification & disposal schedule management’ function, further, all functions of the RMS in practice of records management could be used smoothly. Users of RMS have to raise demands or call for technical solutions of the problems which come up in use, while RMS developers and administrators must make more of an effort to satisfy their demands, reflect them on the RMS and enhance the system.
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    Evaluation of Accession Function of the Standard Records Management System

    박종연 | 2013, (37) | pp.239~271 | number of Cited : 9
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    Records Management System(RMS) is a system for managing electronic records in records centers. However, RMS cannot content itself with the purpose of introduction and user demands. This is caused by lack of understanding the user's RMS and a review of the lack of detailed features. Therefore, the aim of this study reviews and evaluates a detailed accession function of RMS. Firstly, the study reviewed a detailed function of accession in RMS. Analysing the business processes that each function carried out, it defined functional requirements and investigated functional compliance as the check list which produced by the functional requirements definition. Finally, it surveyed and interviewed public records managers and analyzed the present situation of functional implementation of records accession function. Afterwards, improvement plans and implications were proposed through comparison of global-standard.
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    Evaluation of Search Functions of the Standard Records Management Systems

    Kyungnam Lee | 2013, (37) | pp.273~305 | number of Cited : 10
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    In order to actively use of records and information in current digital record management systems, we have to check whether a system is designed to fully support the user of records and whether the good use of the system is being. This study analyzed the status of the use of the search function of Records Management System(RMS) for public agencies, and evaluated them. In order to investigate the status of the use of the search function, it surveyed records managers of public agencies using the RMS. The result showed that records managers unsatisfied with the usability and the search performance of the RMS. To evaluate the search function, it identified the functional requirement of the system and develops a checklist that can be used for evaluation. Two assessments were conducted. Firstly, as pre-evaluation, it assessed the degree of implementation of the current RMS according to the checklist as an inspection chart using document examination method. Secondly, it assessed the degree of implementation using a survey of records managers of public agencies that use the RMS. Assessment results show the improvement of the basic features that are essential to the system is required. In particular, the search function is required to improve user-friendliness for the user. For the advance of RMS, this study discusses the necessity for improvement of the search functions, the build of continuous maintenance and management system, and the user education.