The archives should not document the absence of labor records, but document the traces of workers’ lives. In other words, it is the responsibility of the archive to reproduce the acts and sufferings of contingent workers with records, and to reveal the oppressive structure of capitalism based on them. Records representing the lives of contingent workers, such as labor manuals, should be at the core of records that symbolize the present, and archives should be documented. The archives should discard the illusion of neutrality.
The article has the characteristics of a preliminary writing about how to look at the trend of new archives 'fever' and 'impulsion' emerging around the domestic and foreign art world, which have not been paid much attention yet in the 'mainstream' archive research, and how to accept it independently. Specifically, this study aims to examine how archival art is involved in history and memory with aesthetic attitudes and methods through observation of recent tendency of domestic archive art, and what implications or influence the 'archival impulse' phenomenon in the art world can have on the research trend of 'archival studies.' First, I would like to look at the meaningful movement to reinterpret and actively accept archival impulses in concrete overseas cases, that is, the archive system of a public archive in the United States. This is followed by an attempt to explore the characteristics and characteristics of creative works that are carried out through the medium of archives, that has not yet reached the level of organization of specific archive methods but are sporadically attempted in the domestic art world. It examines how so-called 'archive artists' record unrecorded in a way that is not observed in the existing archival world, and how they summon and include excluded history in aesthetic language. In conclusion, this study explores the possibility of pulling the historical records of tradition out from archival boxes and reinterpreting them as living archives within the contemporary emotional structure from this new artistic trend called 'archival art'.
The SNS post records were not studied by some or essential characteristics of personal records. Until now, Studies on SNS post records have focused on research on technical characteristics, and studies on identity and online space have been rare. This study argued that SNS postings are records that reflect online identity and that SNS postings are meaningful in recreating events related to online and online. This study also suggested the composition of self-history from an epic self-image of events experienced by individuals from their own historical point of view, and argued that SNS post records perform an important role in the process. To this end, the media characteristics of SNS and the way individuals are used were analyzed together.
This paper focuses on the phenomenon that basic municipalities in Nagano Prefecture, Japan, have established archives in the last two to three years, and examines the background and causes.
The movement of establishing a continuous archive of regional historical associations that encompassed several regions beyond a specific municipality exerted great influence. The linkage and cooperation activities of The Japan Society of Archives Institutions also acted as a major factor. These examples of municipal archives in Nagano Prefecture will give prospects and implications that can facilitate the establishment of a local archive in Korea.
The records management system in Korea has a short history of about 20 years. However, the system is relatively stable. This compressed development has been mainly in public records. This is because the laws and regulations related to private records management were insufficient. Fortunately, Two local permanent records management institutions have recently been established. Therefore, interest in the management of local records has been growing. The Management of private records is an important part of the management of local records. The collection of private records is based on ordinances established by local governments. This study aims to analyze the ordinances of local governments, which are the legal basis for the collection and management of private records. The subject of analysis is the ordinance related to the management of private records that are currently established in Korea. The progress of the study analyzed the current state of the ordinance, the background of the ordinance, and the contents of the ordinance regarding the management of private records. The results of this study can be used as basic research for reference in the enactment of the ordinances related to the management of private records in the future since the ordinances for collecting and managing private records in Korea targets.
Records management has focused largely on public records in South Korea with a relatively low progress in the collection and management of private records with the enactment of Public Records Act in 1999. This study set out to categorize the records of the Coalition for Democratic Reunification and the People's Movement(DRPM) and develop them into a group collection. For this study, literature reviews, analysis and reorganization of records content, development of a classification system, and expert evaluation were carried out.
The findings of this study will contribute to greater efficiency in the search of records about the DRPM by developing a classification system to recategorize its records of various sources and enable their easy access and utilization in a digital archive. In addition, the basic structure of producer-oriented classification can be suggested as an example of the organization of a group collection.