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Implementing Space-based Networked Documentation for Donghae-Nambu Railway Areas in Busan Metropolitan City (공간 중심의 연계형 기록화의 실행 방안 부산지역 동해남부선을 사례로)

  • Seol, Moon-won;Kim, Jeong-hyeon
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.36
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    • pp.233-269
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    • 2013
  • This study aims to explore practicable and sustainable strategies for locality documentation through networking, linking, and recontextualization of records in digital environments. It applies the 'spanDoc(SPAace-based Networked Documentation) Model to document Donghae-Nambu Railway areas placed in Busan Metropolitan City tentatively. Considering that mobility and openness are the main characteristics of Busan, railway areas and their stations can be proper places for representing such localities of the city. Moreover, there can be much experiences and memories of residents surrounding those areas, because Donghae-Nambu Railway has been used as short distance transportation facilities across the inner city of Busan since 1930's. This study tries to implement the documentation strategy for the selected space, following the procedures of the spanDoc Model. Firstly, this study develops the structure of the subjects through investigating the related information sources and archives from various collecting institutions. Secondly, it carries out records surveys to identify the essential records types for documenting the Donghae-Nambu Railway areas. Thirdly, it describes the subjects and sub-subjects, and the entries of places, people and subjects for adding to the dictionaries. Finally, it links many entities such as subjects, records, and dictionary, and builds the databases regarding the inter-links and systematic accumulation of the outputs of each step.

Directions of Implementing Documentation Strategies for Local Regions (지역 기록화를 위한 도큐멘테이션 전략의 적용)

  • Seol, Moon-Won
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.26
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    • pp.103-149
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    • 2010
  • Documentation strategy has been experimented in various subject areas and local regions since late 1980's when it was proposed as archival appraisal and selection methods by archival communities in the United States. Though it was criticized to be too ideal, it needs to shed new light on the potentialities of the strategy for documenting local regions in digital environment. The purpose of this study is to analyse the implementation issues of documentation strategy and to suggest the directions for documenting local regions of Korea through the application of the strategy. The documentation strategy which was developed more than twenty years ago in mostly western countries gives us some implications for documenting local regions even in current digital environments. They are as follows; Firstly, documentation strategy can enhance the value of archivists as well as archives in local regions because archivist should be active shaper of history rather than passive receiver of archives according to the strategy. It can also be a solution for overcoming poor conditions of local archives management in Korea. Secondly, the strategy can encourage cooperation between collecting institutions including museums, libraries, archives, cultural centers, history institutions, etc. in each local region. In the networked environment the cooperation can be achieved more effectively than in traditional environment where the heavy workload of cooperative institutions is needed. Thirdly, the strategy can facilitate solidarity of various groups in local region. According to the analysis of the strategy projects, it is essential to collect their knowledge, passion, and enthusiasm of related groups to effectively implement the strategy. It can also provide a methodology for minor groups of society to document their memories. This study suggests the directions of documenting local regions in consideration of current archival infrastructure of Korean as follows; Firstly, very selective and intensive documentation should be pursued rather than comprehensive one for documenting local regions. Though it is a very political problem to decide what subject has priority for documentation, interests of local community members as well as professional groups should be considered in the decision-making process seriously. Secondly, it is effective to plan integrated representation of local history in the distributed custody of local archives. It would be desirable to implement archival gateway for integrated search and representation of local archives regardless of the location of archives. Thirdly, it is necessary to try digital documentation using Web 2.0 technologies. Documentation strategy as the methodology of selecting and acquiring archives can not avoid subjectivity and prejudices of appraiser completely. To mitigate the problems, open documentation system should be prepared for reflecting different interests of different groups. Fourth, it is desirable to apply a conspectus model used in cooperative collection management of libraries to document local regions digitally. Conspectus can show existing documentation strength and future documentation intensity for each participating institution. Using this, documentation level of each subject area can be set up cooperatively and effectively in the local regions.

A Design of Narrative Structure for Documenting Environmental Conflicts : Case of Mi-ryang Transmission Towers Construction Conflicts (환경갈등의 기록화를 위한 내러티브 설계 밀양 송전탑 건설 갈등을 사례로)

  • Seol, Moon Won
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.42
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    • pp.287-326
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    • 2014
  • Documenting environmental conflicts will be a priority target for documenting localities, because those conflicts are critical events that make intensive 'place experiences' of local residents. This study is to design a narrative structure for documenting conflicts in the process of Transmission Towers Construction in Miryang. This study begins with analysing the characteristics of environmental conflicts, and draws a conflicts documentation model including basic rules, narrative structure and development process. Basic rules are set up as mixed documentation of memory and evidence, application of 'frame', and dynamic description. Based on the rules, this study suggests a dynamic and open narrative framework adopting the metadata model of ISO 23081. This model is applied to documenting Transmission Towers Construction Conflicts in Mi-ryang. The full narrative and 'frame' of the conflicts are set after analysing development and issues of the conflicts, stakeholder, and properties of each conflict problem. Records descriptions are related to the context(each event occurred in the conflicting conditions, mandates, and stakeholder) descriptions to make multiple narratives in digital environments. Event description contains elements for articulating the 'frame' of each party of the conflict. The merits of this model are; i) to accumulate the adequate context information systematically by adopting dynamic narrative model, and ii) to acquire the new items and connect them to related items easily and consistently through multi-entity description. This documentation model of environmental conflicts may support to shape the collective memory of community, and to achieve good governance by managing conflicts in the process of locating non-preferred facilities with due regard to values and perceptions of residents and communities.

A Study on a documentation Area for photography documentation of railway station. (철도역 사진기록화를 위한 영역설정에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Jeong Hyeon
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.30
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    • pp.125-174
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    • 2011
  • Railway Station in Korea built for purpose to plunder resource and invade China 19 and 20 century early, It functioned as main transportation and important role in local history. However, Since the late 1990s, Railway Station in Korea is facing major changes due to Railroad Improvement and Restructuring plan. Photography is useful way to represent memory and local history about railway station, but Photography Documentation on railroad station were not discussed until now due to indifference of the KORAIL and peculiarities of national security facilities for a long time. This study suggest what is document activities and facilities of railway station, use value analysis about railway station's value firstly. next, this study set each documentation area with value analysis for a basis and present concrete example. finally, this study adapt documentation area and detail to classification scheme and apply activities and facilities of supplement or revision to classification scheme.

The Case Study on a Documentation of Mega Sports Event (메가 스포츠이벤트의 기록화를 위한 사례연구)

  • Cheon, Ho Jun
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.42
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    • pp.37-71
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze developed case of archiving on Mega Sport Event for searching effective method on a documentation of Mega Sport Event. In order to conduct this study, literature review method was using about book, thesis and data of internet homepage for exploring the stage on Mega Sports Event and case of Mega Sports Event record management. The field study was conducted about institute related to Olympic record management institution for analysing Mega Sports Event record management. The result of this study is following: Firstly, 2012London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games's case(The People's Record Project) is useful to ex-ante event phase. Secondly, 2000Sydney Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games's case(Olympic Games Knowledge Management Project) is useful to event operation phase. Thirdly. LA84Foundation's case(Olympic Oral History Project) is useful to ex-post event. The significance of this study which came up with the study result above can be presented as follows. Based on the result of this study, it is assumed that three case for documentation about Mega Sports Event. Lastly, the result of this study was useful to Mega Sports Event record management institution. For the more, it will be conducted to study law of Mega Sport Event record management, humane and Material resource and method related to record management of the Mega Sports Event organizing committee.

A Study on the Application of Interactive Visualization Techniques to the Collections of the National Archives of Korea (기록물의 인터랙티브 시각화 적용에 관한 연구 - 국가기록원 기록물을 중심으로 -)

  • Yoo, Jiyoon;Kim, Jihyun
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.31-67
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    • 2016
  • As the amount of digital collections has been increasing, a new approach is needed to improve access to records. Interactive visualization allows users to more easily browse and navigate across large collections. Cultural heritage institutions in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia introduced interactive visualization techniques to diversify ways by which to access archival records. This study aims to propose a method for applying interactive visualization to archival collections. It began with an analysis of interactive visualization cases in overseas cultural heritage institutions. Based on the analysis, a visualization of the collections held by the National Archives of Korea using various interactive visualization techniques was suggested.

May 18th Gwangju Democratization Archives Collection Development Strategy for Advancement of Human Rights Awareness and Democracy (인권 의식과 민주주의의 진전을 위한 5·18광주민주화운동 기록의 수집전략)

  • Lee, Sangmin
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.48
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    • pp.5-44
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    • 2016
  • This paper examines the characteristics of the May 18th (5 18) Gwangju Democratization Movement archives to suggest a collection development strategy for the May 18th archives collection network. Individual public and civilian archives collecting the May 18th archives separately should form a cooperative collection network based on documentation strategy. Most of all, May 18th archives are human rights records and should be understood and collected as human rights records. International principles support the collection of the May 18th archives as human rights archives by prohibiting destruction of relevant temporary records and encouraging the victims' right to access to their records. As the May 18th archives were mostly produced by many multiple agencies, this multi-provenance and diversity of the records necessitate the building of an archives portal for the records registries and online search. To document the undocumented past and the victims, the collection network should focus on oral history project as a major part of its collection development strategy. Finally, the May 18th archives collection network should build a cooperative relations with the unwilling public agencies which have the archives holdings. Therefore, the collection development strategy should include advocacy and awareness activities for promoting cooperation from these public agencies and public archives, and the people in general.

The Prospects and Challenges of Archival Activism : Focusing on the Documentation Case of Occupy Wall Street Movement (기록학 실천주의(Archival Activism)의 과제와 전망 월가점령운동 기록화 사례를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Hyun-Jeong
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.42
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    • pp.213-243
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    • 2014
  • Recently in the field of archival science, a variety of documentation issues about community, everyday life, political and social movement and human rights are under discussion focusing on minorities' documentation and implementation of social justice. Those issues are especially focused on documentation about minorities and implementation of social justice. These Archival Activism is evolved from academic and social influence since the late 1960s rather than recent changes. The recent Archival Activism is under way in various fields and forms that encompasses both aspects of the mainstream/fringe groups over the world beyond organizations and areas. 4.16 disaster put archival community in korea many challenges. Now is the time to approach with reflections on records of evidence and heal. This study seeks contemporary documentation's assignments through the documentation case of Occupy Wall Street Movement. Firstly, it examines on concept of Archival Activism, origins, and developments. And Based on the documentation case of Occupy Wall Street Movement, it investigates a role of the archival profession carrying out Archival Activism.

Life History Research Based Private Documentation (생애사 연구에 기반을 둔 개인 기록화 연구)

  • Choi, In Hyeok;Lee, Young Hak
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.49-76
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    • 2015
  • The personal history of individuals directly and vividly reflects the courses of their life and the society of which they are a part. It has become a meaningful part of the social landscape today to pursue efforts to understand humans and humanity correctly and properly through the windows of private records. Notably, the significance of keeping private records on the relationship between individuals and the society of which they are a part lies in the fact that they cooperate to build a foundation on which they can prosper together. One of necessary things to be done to fully appreciate the values of such private records is to perform serious analyses on particular individuals who are behind those records. Developing and refining methods of life history research such as time-line interviews exert positive influence in setting up a direction for private documentation systems where private records are collected and maintained.

A Study on the Contingent Worker's Handwritings and Documentation of Labor (비정규노동 수기와 노동의 기록화)

  • Kwak, Kun Hong
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.64
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    • pp.5-25
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    • 2020
  • 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.