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Historical Review on the Concept of Audiovisual Archives (영상 아카이브 개념에 대한 역사적 고찰)

  • Jeong, Ji-Na;Kim, Geon
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.109-126
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    • 2017
  • This study deals with the theoretical analysis of important audiovisual archives, specifically regarding the historical context of the given theme. The study will feature a historical review of the concept, which is the basis for audiovisual archive research, followed by the specificities of audiovisual archives in sharp contrast to public archives, libraries, and museums. Audiovisual archives will also be covered primarily regarding documentaries as well as places and institutions. The study will conclude with various issues of audiovisual archives in today's digital age. The study hopes to contribute to the growth of audiovisual archive research in Korea and the establishment of various audiovisual archives that will be addressed on a national level both in policy and in practice.

Conceptual Model for Developing Persistent Digital Archives (디지털 아카이브의 영구적 보존을 위한 개념적 모형 설계에 관한 연구)

  • Seo, Eun-Gyoung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.38 no.1
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    • pp.13-34
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    • 2004
  • The Reference Model for an Open Archival Information system(OAIS) was recommended for developing digital archives effectively and for implementing interoperability and resource sharing between digital archives. But as the Reference Model is high-level recommendation, it does not specify a design and an implementation. Therefore, this study investigates the architecture of several digital archives, suggestes three strategies for persistent archive, and proposes the conceptual model for developing trusted, persistent, and secure digital archive.

A Sample Paper for Activism Archives (액티비즘 아카이브로서 동물권 운동 아카이브)

  • Lee, Yoon Hee;Lee, Young Hak
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.27-49
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    • 2017
  • As the animal rights movement has recently gained recognition as a social movement that represents one of society's minorities, it is now creating a new social and political perspective in the Korean society. This paper explores animal rights through their activism archives. The principles of community archives that can be applied to the animal rights movement are organized into four categories, and how the principles work according to the types of archives. Among these, the activism archive was selected, and the social meaning and issues of the animal archive were examined. We reviewed the issues of the activism archive in the case of KARA.

Past Affairs-Related Collective Memories and the Archival Justice : The Contemporary Rebuilding of the Archive on the Truth and Reconciliation Committee (과거사 집단기억과 '아카이브 정의' 진실화해위원회 아카이브의 동시대적 재구성)

  • Lee, Kyong Rae
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.46
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    • pp.5-44
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    • 2015
  • This article purposes to define archival justice and suggest democratic modeling of the archive on the Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC), which is focused on victims of state violence. These purposes come from critical mind that the absence of framework of the records management for collective memory would cause incorporation of TRC archives into mainstream archives systems in which voices of victims have been marginalized. This article intends to expand theoretical prospects of documentation of past affairs through applying humanistic and theoretical frameworks differently from institutional and policy approaches on restoration of collective memory. In order to do this, this article first considers archival justice as archives building in which state violence' victims are pivotal and then extracts theoretical frameworks for building the archives based on archival justice from recent discourses of post-colonial archives and community archives. As the next step, it criticizes current conditions of TRC archives in Korea on the basis of extracted theoretical frames and finally suggests realistic models in which each theoretical frame could be applied effectively into TRC archives that is focused on victims.

A Preliminary Study on Event Archives (사건 아카이브의 시론적 연구)

  • Lim, Ji-hoon;Oh, Hyo-jung;Kim, Soojung
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.51
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    • pp.175-208
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to establish the definition of "event archive," which collects and manages records that focus on a specific event, in order to present a new perspective onto the collection and management of private records. As such, this study defines "event archive" and then identifies its characteristics by comparing it with community archives and locality archives. An event archive consists of person, spatiality, and temporality. As it puts an emphasis on temporality in particular, this study suggests a spiral model, which grafts person and spatiality onto a time axis. Moreover, this study suggests three considerations for the construction of an event archive. First, it presents different construction methods for different types of event archives depending on the time an event occurred. Second, it suggests records collection and management areas considering the three components of an event archive-person, spatiality, and temporality. Third, it supports a digital archive for an event archive to become an open archive.

The Realities and Practices in the UK's Community Archives Movement (영국 공동체 아카이브 운동의 전개와 실천적 함의)

  • Lee, Kyong Rae;Lee, Kwang-Suk
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.37
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    • pp.3-39
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the present stage of community archives movement in the UK. By doing so, it draws some implications of the UK case for the community archives movement in Korea. The UK's 'Independent' community archives as a part of grassroots movement are characterized by participation, autonomy, and self-help of community members. Along with the appearance of the concept of 'community', the UK has experienced the revitalization period of community archives in the social context of community-based urban regeneration project. Recently, the UK's community archives have transformed themselves into building a 'governance model' relying on the partnership with mainstream archives. In particular, the UK model of community archives is based 'on their own ways' with their autonomy as a product of intrinsic development initiated by communities themselves. The character of the model of this type is very analogous to the nature of maul' community archives movement in Korea. Since the early 2000s, however, the UK model of community archives has been evolving into a way of building governance through their appropriation of the skills and methodologies from mainstream archives without endangering the autonomous essences of community archives themselves. We need to note the point of local researchers' view in archival science who have tried to seek out the methodology for building maul community archives with regard to openness and collaboration. In this respect, a shift in archival principle in the UK would give significant implications in regenerating the locally based community model.

Aboriginal Community Archives in Australia and Current Meaning of "Parallel Provenance" (호주 원주민 공동체 아카이브와 '평행출처주의'의 현재적 의미)

  • Lee, Kyong Rae
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.40
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    • pp.29-60
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to trace the formation process of "parallel provenance" concept in the context of Australia's aboriginal community archives development and draw its implications for contemporary rebuilding of domestic "past affairs-related committee archives". Focused on historical development of aboriginal community archives in Australia, this writing divides its development into three periods: colonial archives, post-colonial archives, and contemporary archives and investigates each period's distinct features in managing and building of aboriginal community archives. First of all, for colonial archives, it pays attention to Australia's archival tradition, which focused on current record-keeping and then development of multiple provenance resulted from this tradition. Second, for post-colonial archives, it examines the appearance of aboriginal people as the subject of documentation category and name indexing on them. Finally, for contemporary archives, it analyzes current activities of Australia's academic world of archival science for overcoming "the otherness" of aboriginal people through conceptualization of "parallel provenance". Conclusively, through current meaning of parallel provenance, this study draws implications for democratic contemporary rebuilding of domestic past affairs-related committee archives, in which historical victims become the subject of archives.

Embracing Archival Arts in Contemporary Archival Practices ('아카이브 아트(archival art)'의 동시대 기록학적 함의 연구)

  • Lee, Kyong Rae
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.64
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    • pp.27-62
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    • 2020
  • 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'.

Some Possibities of Community Archivs (공동체아카이브, 몇 가지 단상)

  • Lee, Young-Nam
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.31
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    • pp.3-42
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    • 2012
  • This paper considers some possibilities of community archives by exploring the concepts ans meanings of archival description. The author deals with two interesting cases -Herstory Writers Workshop Collection of Stony Brook University in New York and Poolmoo Collection of Poomoo Agricultural School in Korea. The author argues that archivists should know the specifications of Community Archives related to National Archives when they organizing and preserving records and archives of community archives.

Acquisition Strategy for Constructing Local Archives: The Case of Busan Sanbokdoro Archives (마을 아카이브 구축을 위한 수집 전략 - 부산 산복도로 아카이브 사례를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Hwa-Kyoung
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.143-161
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    • 2012
  • In this study, the local archives suggested that consideration should be given to creating your strategy to the corridors of the local archives to Busan Sanbokdoro to build a acquisition of strategies to establish. First, the role of the local archives and organize the vision and goals of the Sanbokdoro archives. The residents of the region from the Sanbokdoro archives depending on the vision of the life orientation commands queue for archiving documentation strategies and acquisition plans were introduced. Sanbokdoro archives for specific topics, events, places, and so on, gather for a specific acquisition strategy and operating program through acquisition activities after the opening of the archives is to establish measures to acquisition the General acquisition.