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Semiotic Approaches to New Archival Methodology (새로운 기록방법론을 위한 기호론적 접근)

  • Lee, Youngnam;Jo, Minji
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.41
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    • pp.113-173
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    • 2014
  • For the past few years, there has been active seeking of archival practices outside of public institutions. For example, there is oral history archive which has an actual field of its own, community archive, archives of everyday life, cultural resources archive, digital archive, and post-modern archive with its discourse practical character. In this reading, such flow is organized through everyday paradigm, and examines new archival methodology that is suitable for it. Through such critical mind, semiotic approach is taken and the need, direction and alternative of archival methodology is offered. Especially, archival methodology, which can be applied to archives is thoroughly observed. Also, the way how sign practices can be executed in the archival field is explained through specific examples. Of course, it is clearly stated that this is an instance, and that it is an archival methodology that can be applied to public institutions. We hope this would be a discuss that would enable a comprehensive understanding of records.

Study on the Effects of Interactivity Perception of Art Archive Platform Users on Acceptance and the Intention (아트 아카이브 플랫폼 이용자의 상호작용성 지각이 수용과 이용의도에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Hye-Jung;Park, Jong-Woo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.8
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    • pp.540-555
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    • 2016
  • Art in the modern sense takes the lead to reform the society through constant interaction with members in society. Therefore the works of Art should be understood as social compositions that are reconstructed creatively according to the social environmental impact. Recording, collecting and preserving the references are compulsory for the constant social reform, so the importance of Archive is stressed. However, the Art Archive in Korea is operating very limitedly just to provide simple references to the users. Thus, We need to seek for various ways and user-focused service to utilize the digitalized Art culture records, and need positive research on Art Archive to enhance the creative activities. So in this study, we subdivided the interactivity and applied TAM model. Our analysis on the effect on the purpose of use shows that the users need to be provided with useful informations easily for their creative activities. It also shows that the purpose of use increases through awareness of interactivity. However, the result of this study has a limit of the sample so further studies for the purpose is suggested.

Collection Development Policy for the No Gun Ri Digital Archive (노근리 디지털 아카이브 수집정책 연구)

  • Sinn, Donghee;Kim, You-seung
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.1-30
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    • 2016
  • A collection policy (or a collection development policy) is a document that archival institutions must have to allow them to build their collections legitimately and consistently. Digital archives often lack sustainable financial and systematic supports. Thus, it is especially important for digital archives to have a policy for consistent collection activities. Digital archives have a different set of characteristics from physical records, and these characteristics should be considered in a collection policy. This study was initiated to create such a policy for the No Gun Ri Digital Archive. It reviewed existing literature for collection policies in archives and digital archives. Moreover, it examined several cases of digital archives and their policies to identify the necessary elements as well as the legal and procedural coverages for digital content and services. Furthermore, it studied the unique characteristics of the No Gun Ri incident and the No Gun Ri Digital Archive. Based on such investigation, a collection policy for the No Gun Ri Digital Archive was suggested. It is believed that suggesting a practical collection policy will provide a useful precedent for future digital archive projects.

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'.

User Perceptions of a Digital Archive for Content Creation: Focused on the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA)'s 'Culturing' (창작 목적 디지털 아카이브 콘텐츠 활용에 대한 이용자 인식 연구 - 한국콘텐츠진흥원 컬처링(Culturing) 웹 사이트를 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Yong Min;Kim, Yang-woo
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.285-310
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    • 2020
  • A significant number of studies have been conducted on user perceptions of archive and record contents for the National Archives of Korea (NAK) and local record centers in the field of archives and records management in Korea. Yet, there has not been such a research on the use of digital archive contents designed for contents creation. Accordingly, this study investigated user perceptions of the use of the contents on the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA)'s Culturing archive designed for creation purposes. A survey was conducted, examining the user's degree of interests, the expected user preference of the use and the expected extent of help by the contents of the archive. For the analyses of the survey data, this study performed one-way ANOVA for the comparative analyses of the means related to the subjects' general characteristics and the perceptions, along with cross-tabulation analyses for the association among the same items and nominal variables related to perceptions. On the basis of these analyses, this study suggests the following: ① to supplement the contents of the archive; ② to design customized interfaces and to enhance the readability; ③ to reinforce site PRs for large portal sites and creators' groups.

A Study on the Participatory Archive Model: Daegu Festival Photographs (참여형축제사진아카이브 구축 방안 연구: 대구시 축제기록 사진 중심으로)

  • Kim, Ja-Gyeong;Choi, Sanghee
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.49-70
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    • 2019
  • Festival records are valuable social records, not only historically but also culturally. Even though festival records are worthy of preservation, many of them are not managed appropriately. In particular, photographs taken by the public are dispersed in various SNS services such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. This study collected festival photographs, taken by the public, from these SNS services and built a participatory archive for Daegu. As such, this study identified and suggested a metadata set through the process of archiving festival photographs. In addition, this study proposed a model of the participatory archive for festival photographs. This model illustrated the institute's collection of festival photographs in the SNS services and the creation of the participatory archive.

A Study on Designing and Developing Guidelines for Evaluation of Web Oral History Archives Information System (웹 구술사료(口述史料) 아카이브 정보시스템의설계 및 평가용 가이드라인 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Eun-Ju;Lee, Jung-Yeoun
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.277-298
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    • 2009
  • This study discussed on production, procedures of collection, accessibility, copyright of archival records for designing oral history archive information system, and aimed to suggest practical standards by developing guidelines for evaluation and building of web oral history archives. For this, based on evaluation framework, guidelines for evaluation designed by researchers were applied to five domestic and foreign web oral history archives as case study analysis. Base on the results of the analysis, some possible suggestions were made for building successful web oral history archive information system in Korea.

A Study on the Research Trends of Records and Archive Management in North America through the Review of Archivaria (Archivaria 리뷰를 통한 국외 기록관리학 연구의 동향 분석)

  • Park, Heejin
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.99-125
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    • 2014
  • The study aims to analyze the articles published in Archivaria to identify various trends and to explore the future research agenda in the area of records and archive management. The data used in this study include 75 articles published in Archivaria during the recent five years. In quantitative measurement, the study presents the current status of subject areas by year and author. In content analysis, the articles are categorized into the subject areas related to records and archive management, research topics, as well as the foci and research methodologies used. The results showed the differences between North American and Korean research trends in the area of records and archive management.

Building Local Digital Archives: The Case of "Gyeonggi-do Memory" (지역 디지털 아카이브 구축: '경기도메모리' 사례)

  • Shin, JeongA
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.161-166
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    • 2020
  • "Gyeonggi-do Memory," established and operated by Gyeonggi-do Cyber Library, is a local digital archive aiming to broaden the access to Gyeonggi-do's cultural resource records. Since 2014, the library has been expanding its digital information service, starting with the said archive. Through cooperation with various cultural institutions in the province, it builds the digital archive by collecting numerous records. In particular, the archive is expected to establish itself as a repository that stores records of production or dealing in Gyeonggi-do and a platform to share with researchers and citizens.

Status and Prospects of the Korean Literature Archive: Focus on Information Center of Korean Modern Literature and Establishment of the National Museum of Korean Literature (한국 문학 아카이브의 현황과 전망: 근대문학정보센터와 국립한국문학관 설립을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Min-yeong
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.211-219
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    • 2019
  • To research the directionality of Korean literary archives, this paper introduces the modern literature archive of the National Library of Korea and discusses the future direction of the archive of the National Museum of Korean Literature. The modern literature archive of the National Library of Korea is operated with focus on digitizing the original text of modern literature, providing professional release information, and constructing contents related to modern writers and literary history. As such, the National Museum of Korean Literature, which aims to open in 2023, needs to refer to the case of the National Library of Korea but introduce more professional curating. In other words, the archivist should have the initiative to document the context of the records so that literature can be reproduced creatively based on the archived data. Moreover, he/she should actively implement archive policies to expand the availability of materials.