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2015, Vol., No.43

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    A Study on Availability of AtoM for Recording Korean Wave Culture Contents : A Case of K-Food Contents

    심갑용 | Yoo, Hyeon-Gyeong | Moon, Sang-Hoon and 3other persons | 2015, (43) | pp.5~42 | number of Cited : 8
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    Korean wave 3.0 is focused on ‘K-Culture’which includes traditionalculture, cultural art as well as existing culture contents as a keyword. Itconsiders everything about Korean culture as materials of Korean waveculture contents. Since Korean wave culture contents reflect contemporarysocial aspect, it needs to preserve those contents as archives and recordswhich have the important value of evidence. With this social environment,this study aims to implement RMS based on AtoM that manages variouskinds of Korean wave culture contents through analysis of managementsituation of those materials. Recently, it is in progress individually tomanage them through organizations dealing with korean cultures such asK-Pop, K-Food, K-Movie. However, it has problems in accumulatinginformation and reproducing high quality contents because of lack ofcoordination among organizations. To solve the problems, this studyproposed RMS based on open source software Access to Memory(AtoM) formanaging and recording Korean wave culture contents. AtoM providesvarious functions for managing records and archives such as accumulation,classification, description and browsing. Furthermore AtoM is for free as open source software and easy to implement and use. Thus, this studyimplemented RMS based on AtoM to methodically manage korean waveculture contents by functional requirements of RMS. Also, this studyconsidered contents relating K-Food as an object to collect, classify, anddescribe. To describe it, this study selected ISAD(G) standard.
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    An Interpretation of the Gaps between -‘Fact’ and ‘Oral Materials’ in Political Elite Oral History

    조영재 | 2015, (43) | pp.43~70 | number of Cited : 5
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    The value and validity of elite oral materials have been questionedbecause of their gaps with ‘fact’. The purpose of this article is to analyzethese gaps and to propose some solutions that can reduce the gaps. According to the analysis of this article, there are three types of the gapsthat qualitatively differ from each other. The first type of the gaps isproduced in the process of generation of memory. This type is madebecause informants cognize and memorize the facts that exist outsidethemselves. Selective cognition, selective memory and individual experiencecome under this category. The second type is produced in the process ofpreserving the memory. Forgetting and memory transformation are mainexamples of this type. The third type is produced in the process of theinterviews with the informants. False statements or lies fall into this category. The main conclusions are as follows. 1) all gaps in oral materials are notnecessarily negative. It is because Some of these gaps- the first and the secondtype- are not only parts of the real world but also very useful for interpretingthe world. 2) The third type of the gaps are very harmful and it is need to beeradicated or reduced. For this, this article proposes some solutions.
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    A Survey on Usage of Korean Standard Records Management System

    Soyeon Lee | 2015, (43) | pp.71~102 | number of Cited : 9
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    The present study aims at investigating the current usage patterns ofKorean Standard Records Management System. The Korean StandardRecords Management System has been designed and distributed by theNational Archives Korea in order to support records management of publicagencies. An email survey has been sent to 4 types of public agencies: centralgovernment agencies, provincial governments, provincial education officesas well as city and county offices. While all agencies are included in thesurvey for the first three types, only two provincial districts are selected forcity and county offices, Out of 101 email questionnaires sent, 65 arereturned(63.73%). The results show the usage patterns of 240 functionalitiesaligned to 9 main functions: accession from records creators, preservation,appraisal, accession to the national archives, reference management, accessand tracking, retrieval and use, system management as well as freedom ofinformation management by public institutions. Since its launch in 2007, the system has been distributed to 707 publicagencies as of late 2014. The problem is that there has been no attempt toevaluate the functionalities and usabilities of the system. Only grievancesfrom those agencies implemented the system have never been ceased. The present study is expected to offer the levelled ground for productivediscussion between the national archives and the agencies.
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    The Method of Utilization on the Civil Litigation of Pre-Colonial Korea, 1894-1905 : With Special Reference to Hanseong Court

    황외정 | Young Hak LEE | 2015, (43) | pp.103~145 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study is intended to examine the present condition andmanagement of Korean civil litigation between 1895 and 1905, duringwhich the traditional korean legal system had undergone a significantreform until it was finally incorporated into the Japanese colonialcounterpart. Civil litigation is important in historical archiving, in that wecan understand archiving over time, the governing structure and ournational identity. However at times we are not able to use thempractically. The ultimate goal of preserving and maintaining the archives isto use them practically. The effective use of archives should be supportedby their systematic management and access to a high standard. Therefore, the second main theme of this study is to propose to unveilcivil litigation to the public for professional studies. Firstly, we shouldmake a list of civil judgments from a management perspective. Secondly,we should inform people of the civil justice rulings through publicityactivities such as contents creation, exhibition, documentary creation,education and so on. Thirdly, the historical archives of the civil litigationsshould be preserved apart form records. Fourthly, I should propose thatwe offer curriculum about interpreting and understanding history archives for strengthening of our expertise. Civil judgment of Guhanmal-Japanese is invaluable as it explains thehistory of our culture. Results of Conservation and utilization will be avaluable resource and invaluable to study.
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    A Study on the Research Trends of Archival Studies in Korea : Focused on Research Papers between 2004 and 2013

    최이랑 | 2015, (43) | pp.147~177 | number of Cited : 11
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    This study presents the research trends of Records and ArchivesManagement in Korea by analyzing the articles of the Records and ArchivesManagement in Korea. For the study, 479 articles from 5 academic journalspublished between 2004 and 2013 were analyzed. The study employedcontent analysis and network analysis. As a result, summary of the study is as follows:First, the most frequently used keywords in the area of Korean ArchivalStudies were ‘Record and Archive Management’ and ‘Archivist’. However‘Electronic Records’. ‘Archival Reference Service’ and ‘Appraisal’ have beenused the most frequently when these general words have been excluded. Second, most participating institutions in journals, during the givenperiod of the study, were Myongji University, Hankuk University of ForeignStudies, Chung-Ang University, and Pusan National University. Especially,MyongJi University and Chung-Ang University are core institutions in theKorean Archival Studies community.