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2019, Vol., No.60

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    A Study on the Moon Jae-in Government’s Records of ‘Committees Related to Elimination of Accumulated Ills’

    KyoungYong, YI | 2019, (60) | pp.5~48 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this paper, under the assumption that the documents related to the Military and Political Government of the Government of Japan are an important record that should be recorded as social memories of the time, the Ministry of Education’s history textbook, In the white paper (Appendix) issued by the Investigation Committee, we analyzed the main contents of the records produced by the organization responsible for the history textbooks and the management of them, which were presented as evidence of the power abuse of the Park Geun-hye Government.
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    The Distribution of Responsibility and Authority upon Public Record Appraisal : Focused on ‘Citizen Participation Appraisal’

    Lee, Kyong Rae | 2019, (60) | pp.49~88 | number of Cited : 9
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    Today, the civil society plays a key role not only in criticizing and monitoring the functions of the state and the market, but also as an active producer of public services by complementing the government and the public sector. Public records management is also becoming more and more popular. In the case of appraisal and selection, which is the core area of record management, discussions about citizen participation are becoming more serious than any other areas. The concept of ‘proactive appraisal’, which has emerged as a paradigm of citizens’ participation in appraisal, reminds us that citizens themselves are the subjects of public records and are no longer alienated from the appraisal system. The problem is, while the growth of the Korean civil society about institutional participation is spreading rapidly, but citizen participation is hard to find in the field of public records. The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of citizen participation in the process of appraisal of public records, and to debunk the role of citizen participation in the appraisal processes by exploring the examples in the UK, Canada, and Australia. This paper emphasizes that the appraisal system of the national public records in crisis today could be largely restored through the domestic application of this active citizen participation cases. First of all, this study presents a conceptual appraisal model that could reflect citizen participation in the field of record management along with the analyses of the advanced cases in some western countries. Specifically, this paper focuses on presenting the models of ‘appraisal documentation’ and ‘governance-based appraisal’, reflecting the active citizen participation. This study suggests that these citizens’ participatory evaluation models should be settled in Korea in the future and we should urgently discuss ‘citizen participation appraisal’.
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    A Study on the Concepts of Record from a Legal Perspective

    Youn, Eunha | 2019, (60) | pp.89~121 | number of Cited : 6
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    According to ISO 15489, records are “information” (ISO 15489-1: 2001, 3.15) that “an organization or individual produces, receives or maintains as evidence or information in the course of carrying out its legal obligations or in the conduct of its business”. Records in KS ISO 15489 are also referred to as “information that is produced, received and maintained as evidence and information presented by the organization or individual in the course of performing legal obligations or in the course of business” (Korean Industrial Standards KS X ISO 15489). Based on the definitions, the nature of the legal traits of record is examined, focusing on the evidential elements of the record.
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    A Study on the Formation of an Archive Book Based on Its Placeness : Focusing on the Archive Book, “Home of Roh Moo-Hyun”

    TaeHyun Kim | 2019, (60) | pp.123~159 | number of Cited : 3
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    Given that the concept of reproducing landscape is similar to that of recording historical sights, places can become special space where memories are archived through meaningful activities. Therefore, place and landscape are the important concepts for understanding the Home of Roh Moo-hyun. This research was initiated when Roh Moo-hyun Foundation’s decided to return the Home of Roh Moo-hyun to the public. A research report was published as the first result of this initiative. Then an archive book was recently published based on the first research report. The research report was about philosophical and aesthetic meanings and contents, the layers of accumulated memories, the records based on the accumulated memories, and the attributes of the place, and the possibility of archiving, whereas the purpose of the archive book is to restore and to curate the original meaning of the Home of Roh Moo hyun through cultural events. There are ‘three memories’ of layers in the Home of Roh Moo-hyun. The first memory is about ‘life and dreams’ that President Roh Moo-hyun dreamed about after his retirement to the hometown. The second memory is about ‘the loss of time’ for 10 years of time after the decrease of the President Roh Moo-hyun. The third memory is ‘the memory of citizens’, which started with the public opening of the Home of Roh Moo-hyun. ‘Low Roof House of President Roh Moo-hyun’ is the archive book that comprises the three memories which are accumulated in the home of Roh Moo-hyun and ‘record language’ full of meanings.
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    Characteristics Analysis and Utilization Plans of K-POP Fandom Records for Popular Music Archives : Focused on the Case of BTS Fandom, A.R.M.Y

    Young-Ji Lee | Hyo-Jung Oh | An, Seung-kwon | 2019, (60) | pp.161~194 | number of Cited : 12
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    In modern society, popular music is becoming a reflection of public consciousness, and due to advances in technology, pop music culture is gradually spreading both quantitative and qualitatively as it provides access to popular music in a variety of different ways. K-pop has become more important to society as it reflects the social status of the day, showing the most active activities and influences at home and abroad. In this study, we revealed the definitions and characteristics of K-POP and K-POP fandom. Then, a survey was conducted on the fandom of BTS, A.R.M.Y, which can represent K-POP fandom. The survey looked at the general perception of K-pop fandom’s archives, the current status of its collection and production records, the perception of popular music archives, and the donation and commission of their records. At the results, we proposed utilization plans of K-POP fandom records, for developing popular music archives.
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    A Study on the Documenting of Local Food Culture : Focused on the Natural Village of Gwangmyeong City

    Jo, Hae Yeong | Young Hak LEE | 2019, (60) | pp.195~237 | number of Cited : 0
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    The food culture reflects the unique characteristics of the locality and the lifestyle and values of its members. So It is one of the most revealing elements of local identity. Such a food culture has an intangible form, such as memories and customs related to food, and is an area that is likely to disappear if not recorded and preserved. Based on the study of domestic and foreign cases, documentation was carried out in this study. In addition, we sought ways to manage and utilize the collected and produced records. Therefore, we suggested the method of documenting the local food culture, along with proposed managing the cultural resources of the recorded region and utilizing it in the academic and cultural aspects.
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    A Study of Lowerll’s Photographic Materials of Choson Archived in Putnam Collection Center

    Jeong Youngjin | 2019, (60) | pp.239~281 | number of Cited : 3
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    Percival Lowell was the first foreigner who came into Korea with a camera in 1883 and left about 80 of photographic materials. The materials have not been studied even though all of them are the only and first in the history of Korea. Most of the materials archived by Putnam Collection Center in America are offered on-line with wrong explanations and referred by writers and researchers. So that I studied the contents of the photographic materials and suggest corrected explanations to the Center.
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    Light and Shadow of Microservice Architecture

    Yang, In-ho | 2019, (60) | pp.283~315 | number of Cited : 0
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    The emergence of new business models software industry is demanding a change to technology that can cope quickly and flexibly. In this regard, microservices, which is being addressed as the architecture of the next-generation record management system, has emerged as an agile and convenient architecture. If record-management system with micro-service is developed, agility and expandability with basement of innovation can be ensured. The purpose of study is to suggest efficient ways when record-management system with micro-service is built. For this, tranditional architecture has been checked and main features of micro-service have been explained. Also, it was summarized that three points : ‘Short history of micro-service’, ‘Maturity of technology’ and ‘Techical level of project team’ have to be reviewed when record-management system with micro-service architecture is built. And we suggested some issues to consider when constructing the records management system applying microservices according to the domestic environment.
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    A Study on Application of Record Management System Block Chain Technology

    Lee, Gi-yeong | Kim Iek Han | 2019, (60) | pp.317~358 | number of Cited : 3
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    Blockchain technology has emerged as one of the key technologies of the fourth industrial revolution. Blockchain technology is characterized by being able to verify the authenticity of stored information in a block and whether it is false or falsified, cannot arbitrarily manipulate or delete a particular record, and is capable of transparent audit trail. This study is designed to explore how to apply blockchain technology to record management. For this purpose, we want to approach the code area, the physical area of the blockchain technology, to explore some of the key physical structures, and to derive the applicability of the blockchain technology. By implementing the part of‘Cloud-Record Management System’, future record management system model and currently in the process of phasing out step by step, as a modular block chain, I suggest a blockchain network model that can simplify or replace various functions of the current record management process.