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2014, Vol., No.40

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    On the Direction of the National Archives of Korea Reform

    곽건홍 | 2014, (40) | pp.3~27 | number of Cited : 9
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    The purpose of the enactment of the ‘Law on the National Archives ofKorea’ should be to secure the accountability and to shape up theimproved governance system in the field of records and archivalmanagement, which will contribute to the strengthening of democracy inrecords management and eventually to the widening of the democraticprogress in Korea. On the basis of the above recognition and by way ofnotion called ‘horizontal accountability’, this paper suggests the way tosecure the National Archives of Korea’s independency. And the way toreorganize the National Records Management Committee based on thepluralism and the ‘multi-layered’ governance system is also investigated. One of the main directions in the suggested law should be for theautonomy and transparency in the operation of the National Archives ofKorea. This paper tries drawbacks and limitations of the ‘Bill on the NationalArchives of Korea’ introduced to the National Assembly last year, andsuggests the alternatives as wel lto get further forward with relateddiscussion.
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    Aboriginal Community Archives in Australia and Current Meaning of “Parallel Provenance”

    Lee, Kyong Rae | 2014, (40) | pp.29~60 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of this study is to trace the formation process of “parallelprovenance” concept in the context of Australia’s aboriginal communityarchives development and draw its implications for contemporary rebuildingof domestic “past affairs-related committee archives”. Focused on historicaldevelopment of aboriginal community archives in Australia, this writingdivides its development into three periods: colonial archives, post-colonialarchives, and contemporary archives and investigates each period’s distinctfeatures in managing and building of aboriginal community archives. Firstof all, for colonial archives, it pays attention to Australia’s archival tradition,which focused on current record-keeping and then development ofmultiple provenance resulted from this tradition. Second, for post-colonialarchives, it examines the appearance of aboriginal people as the subject ofdocumentation category and name indexing on them. Finally, forcontemporary archives, it analyzes current activities of Australia’s academicworld of archival science for overcoming “the otherness” of aboriginalpeople through conceptualization of “parallel provenance”. Conclusively,through current meaning of parallel provenance, this study drawsimplications for democratic contemporary rebuilding of domestic pastaffairs-related committee archives, in which historical victims become the subject of archives.
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    A Study on Acquisition Strategy of Records for Artists and Their Records Information Management

    Jung, Kong Ju | Ju-Seok Park | 2014, (40) | pp.61~93 | number of Cited : 5
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    One of the reasons behind the surfacing of such issues is because therecord does not exist and even if the records remained, it is because theyare not being properly managed. In Korea, National institutions in the fieldof visual arts, currently there are no archives that manage only the recordsfor the visual arts as an independent institution, and the reality is that theNational Museum of Archives is still in the beginning stage as well. This study has conducted a research on the records collection strategyand the management of the record information of an author who is thecreator of the visual arts as a starting point of the visual arts. For thispurpose, the definition of visual arts and the concept of an author coveredin this study will be examined and the types of documentary that mayoccur in the field of visual arts were analyzed. In addition, the history ofan author is its personal record thus a personal history and private archivehave been examined. Based on this background, the cases on the personalrecord and the management of the record information of domestic andforeign authors were analyzed and the implications were derived.
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    Records of the Prosecutor’s Office at Gyeongseong District Court(京城地方法院檢事局) and Set up the Department of Ideology(思想部)

    Jung, Byung Wook | 2014, (40) | pp.95~130 | number of Cited : 6
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    Three frequently used documents by researchers on the Japanesecolonial period-Classified Police Records of the Japanese Government-Generalof korea on the Anti-Japanese Movement 舊 朝鮮總督府 警務局 抗日獨立運動關係 秘密記錄, Trial Records of Gyeongseong District Court 京城地方法院 裁判記錄 and Filed Documents of Gyeongseong District Court 京城地方法院 編綴文書(while the latter two were collected by the National Instituteof Korean History, the former was collected by Asiatic Research Institute ofKorea University)-are among the same records group that the Prosecutor’sOffice of Gyeongseong District Court produced through registration andcompilation. As contents related to ideology suppression and thoughtcontrol were numerous, it could be assumed that most of the materialswere produced by the ‘Department of Ideology’ of the Prosecutor’s Office. By examining the administrative records of the 1920’s within this group,the process of how the ‘Department of Ideology’ was formed is clearlyshown. As ideological movements for Korea’s independence and revolutiongrew, execution of regulations was further expanded by the Prosecutor’sOffice. Since the mid-1920’s, information on ideology had been separatedfrom general information, was routinely collected heavily, and was considered more valuable than the general information. By the end of the1920’s, the term Ideology Prosecutor 思想係 檢事(meaning a prosecutorwho specializes in ideology verification) and the named ‘Department ofIdeology’(思想部) emerged on the records.
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    Current Status and Future Development Direction of University Archives’ Information Services : Based on the Interview with the Archives’ Staff

    이혜경 | Rieh, Hae-Young | 2014, (40) | pp.131~180 | number of Cited : 7
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    Various theoretical studies have been conducted to activate universityarchives, but the services provided currently in the field haven’t been muchstudied. This study aims to investigate the usage and users of the domesticuniversity archives, examine the types of the archival information servicesprovided, understand the characteristics and limitations of the services, andsuggest the development direction. This study set 3 objectives for the research. First, Identify the users ofthe university archives, the reason of the use, and the kinds of archivalmaterials used. Second, the kinds of services and programs the universityarchives provide to the users. Third, the difficulties the university archivesface to execute information services, the plans they consider in the future,and the best possible direction to prove the services. The authors of the study determined to apply interviews with the staffsat university archives to identify the current status of the services. For this,the range of the services offered in the field of university archives wasdefined first, and then, key research questions were composed. To collectvalid data, authors carried out face to face interviews and email/phoneinterviews with the staff of 12 university archives, as well as the investigation of their Web sites. The collected data were categorized by thetopic of the interview questions for analysis. By analyzing the data, some useful information was yielded including thedemographic information of the research participants, the characteristics ofthe archives’ users and requests, the types and activities of the services theuniversity archives offered, and the limitations of archival informationservices, the archives’ future plans, and the best possible developmentdirection. Based on the findings, this study proposed the implications andsuggestions for archival information services in university archives, in 3domains as follows. First, university archives should build close relationshipwith internal university administrative units, student groups, and facultymembers for effective collection and better use of archives. Second,university archives need to acquire both administrative records by transferand manuscripts and archives by active collection. Especially, archives needto try to acquire unique archives of the universities own. Third, thearchives should develop and provide various services that can elevate theawareness of university archives and induce more potential users to thearchives. Finally, to solve the problems the archives face, such as the lackof the understanding of the value of the archives and the shortage of thearchival materials, it was suggested that the archivists need to activelycollect archival materials, and provide the valuable information by activeseeking in the archives where ever it is needed.
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    A Study of Document Creation and Management in Braille Libraries

    Seok, Jeong Eun | 2014, (40) | pp.191~223 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study aims to present a Braille Library document creation andmanagement status, and to identify ways to improve. This research fieldsurveys and interviews were conducted three institutions, the qualityrequirements of the ISO 15489 standards. As a result, the Braille Librarydocument management improvement plan is as follows. First, the policy and regulatory maintenance is needed. Copy of theregulations on the creation and management, access rights and relateddocument management policies should be developed. Second, the document creation process needs to be improved. Electronicapproval system responsible for the creation of persons who are visuallyimpaired, visually impaired people can read documents created duringdocument creation, and introduced measures and braille labels on the filesattached to will have to be prepared. Third, the document management process needs to be improved. Changes in the creation copy of the records, and preserved along with thepreservation of the original and the copy to have the same period,appointed to manage one set of all copies of the authentic copy of theplan is also required. Finally, for document management system should be introduced. Systematic document management system that can be introduced isrequired. This system will be designed to be accessible to the visuallyimpaired, the search.
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    Archival Turning Postmodernism and Korean National Archives System since 1999(2)

    Lee, Young Nam | 2014, (40) | pp.225~277 | number of Cited : 6
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    This essay focused on mapping out the next archiving model during 15years. This metaphorical ‘JINGU PROJECT’ is titled from Shinto relation inJapan rebuilding every 20 years. We need some kinds of self sustainablegrowth archiving model. It means that it’s time to say about our archivingexperiences in field for archiving technics and knowledges. We shouldknow the fact that a few thousands archivists have been acting ih fields. Since 1999, we have tried to build up the best practices in public offices. So far, So good. However, we need another wing for better flying fromnow on. I believe in the power of silences in field because they will speakup their voices.