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2020, Vol., No.63

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    Managing Information as Records Asset : Public Records Policies in the Digital Transformation Era

    Seol, Moon-won | 2020, (63) | pp.5~36 | number of Cited : 3
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    The E-government Act is in the complete revision process to promote the digital information preservation of the administrative information systems although the preservation of digital information in public sectors is now being regulated by the Public Records Act. In this challenging situation reconstruction of the public records policies has become a task that can no longer be delayed. The current public records policies are insufficient to manage various forms of digital information. The purpose of this study is to suggest the directions of the public records policies in digital transformation era. To this end, it analyze the recent changes in public records policies in the U.K. and Australia as leading models. The analysis derives four trends such as; i) extending management policies from declared records to all information, ii) adopting digital continuity policy, iii) managing information as records asset, and iv) establishment of information governance systems at national level.
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    A Study on the Participatory Government’s Presidential Archives : Focusing on the Labor and Employment Policy Secretary’s Office

    kwak geon hong | 2020, (63) | pp.37~70 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper attempted to analyze the presidential archives of the participatory government in the labor and employment policy secretary’s office. This approach is meaningful in that it provides basic data for evaluating presidential records and facilitating their use. Furthermore, evaluation of participatory government labor policies can help create a research environment based on archives. This paper also focused on the evidence value of document management cards that can confirm the entire decision-making process. This is an eloquence of the quality of the participatory government presidential archives.
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    An Analysis on the Issues of Records Disposal Freeze Program in South Korea

    Moon Shinhye | 2020, (63) | pp.71~114 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Records Disposal Freeze Program will be introduced in June 2020 with the revision of the Public Records Act of South Korea. In the study, the issues of the program were identified through the analysis of domestic cases and the programs of other countries, and the improvement plans on the issues were suggested. For the analysis of the programs, seven factors which should be presented to implement the program were derived from the notices of disposal freeze by National Archives of Australia. Based on the factors, the programs were analyzed; the programs of South Korea, the United States of America, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. As a result of analysis and comparison of the programs, five issues of Korean program were derived. The experts interviews were conducted to understand the perception and the perspective on the program of records managers and archivists. The improvement plans for the program of South Korea were suggested based on the analysis and comparison of the programs of five countries and experts interviews.
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    A Study on Kanagawa Prefectural Archives in Japan

    KyoungYong, YI | 2020, (63) | pp.115~144 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper aims to provide a reference case for the reform of the Korean records management system through the operation of the interim preservation facility of the Kanagawa Prefectural Archives in Japan, and the early transfer system, appraisal and selection system of current records.
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    The Archival Method Study For Female Worker in the 1970s : Focused on <Women & Work : A Document on the Division of Labour in Industry>

    Lee, Hyerin | Ju-Seok Park | 2020, (63) | pp.145~165 | number of Cited : 1
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    <Women & Work>, in collaboration with Mary Kelly, Kay Hunt and Margaret Harrison, tells the story of workers in the 1970s. Since the late 1960s, the world has undergone many political and social changes, and social movements have been active to protect the socially underprivileged, including women, children and workers. This phenomenon led to the diversification of the collection of the general public, the community, and the minority, and the expansion of the artist’s political remarks and themes in the art world. <Women & Work>, completed in conjunction with these social issues, surveyed and recorded the reality of workers in a factory in London and produced it as a artwork. <Women & Work> is a collaborative work of three artists, a record of workers in the 1970s, and a record of the labor situation, factory, and even the history of the region. Therefore, this study examined the methods and features of <Women & Work>, which dealt with the lives of women workers in the 1970s, based on social conditions.
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    Archival Program for Daily Life

    Lee, Young Nam | 2020, (63) | pp.167~225 | number of Cited : 4
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    The author conducted a records research named ‘daily life and records.’ The purpose of the research was to find an archive, if possible, that would be effective in promoting exchange and cooperation among people in their daily lives, and to distinguish what type of archive it would be, as well as how to let it naturally take place in their ordinary lives. For 4 months (August-December 2019) with 100 college students in their 20s, trial and error were repeated. There was no separate laboratory for the research, and it used regular school hours at universities. Although it is true that there was a control through power by the college system, the plot was centered on the sunshine policy. To human being there is a voluntary and positive attitude. If anyone begins to take this attitude it is difficult to stop such action. Through emotional support, this voluntary action was encouraged to take root. The experiment was an attempt to doubt the obvious, and to search for something new. From afar, this may seem irrelevant to archives. However, for the author who is a professional archivist, it was a time of records through control by Records principles. By organizing into a form of story, its archival implications are observed.
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    The Recent Trend and Task on the Storage Media for Preservation

    Jihye Park | 2020, (63) | pp.227~268 | number of Cited : 0
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    Microfilm has been used as an important media for enhancing the long term preservation and improving access to records. However, because of technological changes, there have been discussion about whether we should keep using microfilm. This paper presents survey results to review the preservation methods such as microfilming and digitization. The content is organized according to the trends found in the survey from six archives and libraries, including Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Moreover, we refer to other papers from the USA and Japan to require further review if we can accept digitized records as the original records, etc. The rest consists of four parts: the use of microfilm as a storage media for preservation, the authenticity of digitized records, the management of records on microfilm, and the preservation of electronic media. Finally, we would like to suggest the way to improve preservation systems and digitize records more widely.
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    Plan to Improve the System According to the Change of Records Preservation Place : Focused on the Regulation for Public Records

    Lim, Jin-su | 2020, (63) | pp.269~299 | number of Cited : 0
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    It becomes possible to conserve and manage the records also which the Head of Archives(National Archives of Korea) designated at the Records Center(Special Records Center) based on the amendment of the Article 30 of the Enforcement Ordinance of the Public Records Management Act on Nov. 2014. However, the right for the decision for above is given to the National Archives of Korea and other operation and preservation management system different with existing ones such as that relevant Records Centers prepare preservation countermeasure of subject for the amendment and additionally perform all sorts of works about the management should be prepared when the amendment treatment is executed. However, there is only the contents about the change of the preservation place is regulated in the Enforcement Ordinance of the Public Records Management Act and no legal basis to support the repositories for these change, so additional improvement is necessary. In this paper, present condition of preservation place change of the National Archives of Korea and the operation condition of relative records centers and suggest the supplementary and improving items with the Public Records Management Act.