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A Study on the Chosun Government-General Library Classification (조선총독부 도서관 분류표에 관한 연구)

  • Yeo Ji-Suk;Oh Dong-Geun
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.293-319
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    • 2004
  • This study reviews classification used the Chosun Government-General Library which library was the first of a government library in the Korea Chosun Government-General Library made and used the Eastern Books Classification, Old Books Classification and foreign Books Classification. This study investigates the characteristics of the Chosun Government-General Library Classification which library was a government library at the time of Japanese occupation of Korea. This study also compares and analyzes the classification with other major related classification system at that time to identify the relationship of influence among them.

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Function-Based Classification System for Public Records of Government-General of Chosun (조선총독부 기록물을 위한 기능분류체계 개발 연구)

  • 설문원
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.457-488
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    • 2003
  • Public records, produced during the period of Government-General of Chosun. are essential sources for Korean modern history research. The purpose of this study is to provide a guideline for developing function-based classification scheme for the records. This present paper begins with analyzing archival principles regarding the function-based classification. and examines the problems of current arrangement practices. Based on these analyses, it suggests a guideline for constructing a classification system and a functional thesaurus for the public records of Government-General of Chosun. This guideline also covers functional analysis process and some considerations of different classification aspects which are conceptual, verbal and notational.

The Classification System and its Code on Archives of the Government-general Museum of Joseon in the National Museum of Korea (조선총독부박물관 문서의 분류 체계에 대한 시론)

  • Oh, Youngchan
    • MISULJARYO - National Museum of Korea Art Journal
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    • v.96
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    • pp.181-208
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    • 2019
  • This paper presents a new classification and code system on the Archives of the Government-general Museum of Joseon in the National Museum of Korea. Three points were noted that since the Museum belonged to the Government-general of Joseon, the classification system of the Archives should be established to comply with the Archives system of the Government-general of Joseon; based on the concept of the functional provenance, it is necessary to establish a classification system in accordance with the organization structure of the Government-general Museum of Joseon; a systematic and simple classification codes should be given based on the classification system to improve the convenience of searching and using the official document. The classification system and its code are proposed in the order of major function, medium function, small function, and detailed function. The major function of the Archives is 'A-Educational affairs', medium function 'Museum.' The small function may be divided into General affairs (01), Temple (02), Scenic Spot and Natural Monument (03), Historical Site (04), and Museum (05). The detailed function and detailed sub-functions are categorized by the various work assignments in each work units. I hope that this new classification system will make a contribution to organizing and utilizing the Archives of the Government-general Museum of Joseon in the National Museum of Korea.

A Study on the Chosun Government-General Library Classification (조선총독부도서관분류표에 관한 연구)

  • Yeo, Ji-Suk;Oh, Dong-Geun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Information Management Conference
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    • pp.181-186
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    • 2004
  • 이 논문은 조선총독부도서관이 사용한 분류표에 대한 것으로, 먼저 이 분류표에 대한 편찬경위 및 특징에 대해서 소개하였다. 그리고 관련 있는 분류표와의 비교분석을 통해 조선총독부도서관분류표와 영향관계를 밝혀 보았다.

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A Study on Gradual Changes in Railway Organization During Japanese Colonial Period (일제 강점기 철도관련 조직의 변화에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Yongsang;Chung, Byunghyun
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Railway
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.251-261
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    • 2016
  • In this paper, changes of railway-related organization during the Japanese colonial period were studied indepth. The railway-related organizations were expanded from the Railway Management Bureau in 1906 (Residency-General). In 1910, this bureau changed to the General of Chosun Railway Bureau (Government-General) and the Chosun Railway Bureau (Government-General). In the 1940's, it developed into an organization called the Transport Bureau, dealing with the whole transport service. The number of employees in the railway sector increased along with the expansion of the organization and the establishment of a training institution for better recruitment. After examining the period of the construction of railway and connection system, which is deeply related to the railway organizations of the Japanese colonial period, this paper analyzes the transformation process of railway-related laws and organizations. Furthermore, this paper finds common characteristics and differences between railways in a comparison of three countries: Chosun, Japan and Taiwan.

Species and Macroscopic Analysis of Log Piles Used for the ex-Government General of Chosun Building (구 조선총독부 청사 (구 중앙청) 기초말뚝 통나무의 수종과 재질)

  • Park, Won-Kyu;Kim, Yo-Jung
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.48-52
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    • 2000
  • A hundred wooden foundation piles were found underground during reconstruction for Heungreamun after removing ex-Chosunchongdokbu (ex-Government General of Chosun) building, which was built in 1916, at Kyungbok Palace in Seoul. It is known that larch piles had been collected from the Yaru area near Mt. Baekdu (Changbai). in North Korea. We examined 15 piles for identification of the species and their tree-ring structure. The species is identified as Larix gmelini by microscopic observation. Average diameter of the piles was 27 cm and average age 103 years. We obtained 151 year tree-ring chronology. However, we could not date the exact cutting years because there was no reference chronology yet. When we can obtain chronologies from living trees near the Yaru area, we could make a absolute and longer chronology for studying past history and environments around Mt. Baekdu.

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Archival Appraisal and Classification of the Official Documents of the Government-General of Choson Related to Urban District Planning (조선총독부 시가지계획 관련 공문서의 분류와 평가)

  • Lee, Song-Soon
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.14
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    • pp.53-89
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    • 2006
  • The historical value of the official documents of the Government General of Choson preserved as permanent archived documents has long been recognized. However, the fact that only parts of the overall documents were preserved and that the contents of the existing documents is not uniform, results in many problems regarding the evaluation and usage of such documents as archives. This study attempts to appraise a series of archival documents related to urban district planning compiled during the colonial era. Although limited in terms of its applicability to the development of an evaluation method for the official documents of the Government General of Choson as a whole, by evaluating the value of these documents based on the background of the documents produced during the Government General of Choson's implementation of its colonial policy, this study provides an important indicator of how such documents should be used in the future. On the other hand, the assessment of historical records such as the official documents of the Government General of Choson which have already been designated and preserved as permanent archived documents should not be perceived as an attempt to dispose of the relevant documents. With regard to the appraisal of historical archives, it is necessary to consider measures to link such documents with existing databases or information contents in order to heighten access to and usage of the relevant documents in the future.

Study on the Formulation of the Cultural Property Policy during the Japanese Colonial Period -with the Focus on the Composition of the Committee and Changes in the Listing of Cultural Properties- (일제강점기 문화재 정책 형성과정 연구 -위원회 구성과 목록 변화를 중심으로-)

  • Oh, Chun-Young
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.51 no.1
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    • pp.100-125
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    • 2018
  • The Japanese colonial authority investigated and institutionalized Korea's cultural properties for the purpose of governance. This process was conducted by Japanese officials and scholars, and systematized after making some changes. The Reservation Rule (1916) and the cultural properties designated in 1934 were actually the starting point for Korea's current cultural property policy. In the view of lineup of 'committee' that consider all of cultural property and changing of 'cultural property list', this study discusses the cultural property policy implemented by Joseon's Government-General, which can be summarized as follows. First, Joseon's Government-General formed a committee (Preservation Society) to formulate the cultural property policy, and had the policy implemented by appointing Governor officials who accounted for more than half the total number of officials of the institution. Although some Koreans were concerned about this, they had no influence on the matter. Second, the cultural properties listed by Joseon's Government-General are divided into three periods according to the lists. The compilation of the first list was led by Sekino Tadashi, who represented the grading system (1909~1916); while that of the second list (1917~1933) was led by Guroita Gatsumi, who represented listing (1917~1933). Guroita Gatsumi tried to erase Sekino Tadashi's list by formulating the cultural property policy and the list - a situation that was revealed in the system and the actual contents of the list. The third list was made as a list of designated cultural properties in 1934. This list also reflected the results of Sekino Tadashi investigation of the important cultural properties at existing temples that had been excluded from the previous regulations (1934~1945). In this way, a basic framework for the listing of Korean cultural properties was established in 1934.