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A Study on Development of Acquisition Policy for Establishing Private and Community Archive: Focused on Daegu Yakjeon Alley (민간·공동체아카이브 구축을 위한 수집정책 개발에 관한 연구 - 대구 약전골목을 중심으로 -)

  • Um, So-Young;Kim, Hye-Young;Myung, Hyun;Kim, Yong
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.51 no.2
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    • pp.179-205
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    • 2017
  • With industrialization in urban area communities containing local cultures are becoming hard to be preserved. Therefore, this study aims to develop acquisition policy of record as an way to activate the community by using the locality records containing strong regional characteristics. This study examined the history, current status and problems of district in Daegu Yakjeon alley and extracted the types of records and the components of communities. As an acquisition plan, this study developed step-by-step acquisition policy based on the results of analysis on the archives of Shiheung Varagi Archives case, the records of Chongneung Village Records case and Stadtteilarchiv Ottensen.

Iconological Interpretation of the Fashion of Rock Stars in the 1960's (1960년대 록 스타 패션의 도상학적 해석)

  • Lee, Jung-Won;Geum, Key-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.58 no.6
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    • pp.69-84
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    • 2008
  • Considering that star reflects the image of current society, analyzing fashion of celebrity is to read ideal type and demands of beauty of the era. Especially the rock music-represents youth culture that last on present day-born in 1960's, and it is considered to a significant decade in pop music history. Thus this research will analysis rock star's fashions in iconological view of E. Panofsky. The aim of this document is Clarifying how the fashion of pop stars appeared and what formed its worth. As a result of analyzing fashions of rock star in 1960's, it is available to find these sameness and difference. The Mods borrowed images of the past, and introduce the elite modernism and shows very urban style. The Folky and the Psychedelic showed post-structuralism propensity against industrial society, in the case of the Folky it induced styles that symbolize labor class to realize social worth. And as an aftereffect of war and repulsion of commercial worth, they embody nature-returning peasant look so that it shows pastoral mood in total. The Psychedelic express somewhat struggling escapism and it generated illusionary images with quests to superego and glorification to psychedelic status. The Folky and the Psychedelic are same in the side of introducing existentialism, this occurred by using ethnic factor. But the Folky showed plain outlook by pop propensity, on the other hand, the Psychedelic showed magnificent outlook such as optical art, pop art, and futurism ought to express merrymaking culture. And common feature of these is introduction of unisex mod which is came after the change of gender role. Thus each star or group has professed special ideology into their culture and it is reflected to acts which is including music and dress style. This affair is analyzed like these two things. The mass of people schemes their identity with inducing special ideology to their culture at the first. And the purpose to archive cultural hegemony in inter-social class at the next.

Herbal Flora and Succession of Stream Under Management Conditions After its Restoration - Case Study of Yangjaecheon in Seoul - (자연형 하천 복원공사 이후 식생관리에 의한 초본 식물상과 천이 - 서울시 양재천 사례 연구 -)

  • Lee, Yong-Ho;Kang, Byeung-Hoa;Na, Chae-Sun;Yang, Geum-Yeol;Min, Tai-Gi;Hong, Sun-Hee
    • Korean Journal of Weed Science
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.49-70
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    • 2011
  • This study was conducted to examine the change of flora and plant species diversity between 2005 and 2010 in Yangjaecheon (stream) which was divided among three different types of vegetation management method; ecological vegetation management (weeding vines and invasive plants; EVM), plant cultivation (PC) and uncared for vegetation (UC). There were total 478 taxa, composed by 429 spontaneous taxa and 49 cultivated taxa in 2005 and total 424 taxa composed by 318 spontaneous taxa and 106 cultivated taxa in 2010. In spontaneous plants, 201 taxa were distributed over total area, 197 taxa were distributed in only EVM area, 10 taxa in only PC area and 59 taxa in only UC area. Also, the most dominant family (Asteraceae${\rightarrow}$Poaceae) and number of rare taxa (reduced) and wide distributed taxa (increased) was changed from 2005 to 2010. The rate of perennial taxa was found to be increased in only EVM area. In conclusion, EVM is thought to be a more efficient method for plant species diversity of restored stream.

Archival Appraisal of Public Records Regarding Urban Planning in Japanese Colonial Period (조선총독부 공문서의 기록학적 평가 -조선총독부 도시계획 관련 공문서군을 중심으로-)

  • Lee, Seung Il
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.12
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    • pp.179-235
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    • 2005
  • In this article, the task of evaluating the official documents that were created and issued by the Joseon Governor General office during the Japanese occupation period, with new perspectives based upon the Macro-Appraisal approaches developed by the Canadian scholars and personnel, will be attempted. Recently, the Canadian people and the authorities have been showing a tendency of evaluating the meaning and importance of a particular document with perspectives considering the historical situation and background conditions that gave birth to that document to be a more important factor, even than considering the quality and condition of that very document. Such approach requires the archivists to determine whether they should preserve a certain document or not based upon the meaning, functions and status of the entity that produced the document or the meaning of the documentation practice itself, rather than the actual document. With regard to the task of evaluating the official documents created and issued by the Joseon Governor General office and involved the city plans devised by the office back then, this author established total of 4 primary tasks that would prove crucial in the process of determining whether or not a particular theme, or event, or an ideology should be selected and documents involving those themes, events and ideologies should be preserved as important sources of information regarding the Korean history of the Japanese occupation period. Those four tasks are as follow: First, the archivists should study the current and past trends of historical researches. The archivists, who are usually not in the position of having comprehensive access to historical details, must consult the historians' studies and also the trends mirrored in such studies, in their efforts of selecting important historical events and themes. Second, the archivists should determine the level of importance of the officials who worked inside the Joseon Governor General office as they were the entities that produced the very documents. It is only natural to assume that the level of importance of a particular document must have been determined by the level of importance(in terms of official functions) of the official who authorized the document and ordered it to be released. Third, the archivists should be made well aware of the inner structure and official functions of the Joseon Governor General office, so that they can have more appropriate analyses. Fourth, in order to collect historically important documents that involved the Koreans(the Joseon people), the archivists should analyze not only the functions of the Joseon Governor General office in general but also certain areas of the Office's business in which the Japanese officials and the Koreans would have interacted with each other. The act of analyzing the documents only based upon their respective levels of apparent importance might lead the archivists to miss certain documents that reflected the Koreans' situation or were related to the general interest of the Korean people. This kind of evaluation should provide data that are required in appraising how well the Joseon Governor General office's function of devising city plans were documented back then, and how well they are preserved today, utilizing a comparative study involving the Joseon Governor General office's own evaluations of its documentations and the current status of documents that are in custody of the National Archive. The task would also end up proposing a specialized strategy of collecting data and documents that is direly needed in establishing a well-designed comprehensive archives. We should establish a plan regarding certain documents that were documented by the Joseon Governor General office but do not remain today, and devise a task model for the job of primary collecting that would take place in the future.

A Study on the Tendencies and Characteristics When Constructing Landscape Architectural Archives in the US (미국 조경 아카이브 구축 동향과 특성 연구)

  • Lee, Myeong-Jun;Kim, Jung-Hwa;Seo, Young-Ai
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.47 no.6
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    • pp.1-11
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    • 2019
  • This study aims to understand the tendencies and characteristics when constructing landscape architectural archives in the United States, and to find implications for creating Korean landscape architectural archives. Focusing on seven American landscape architectural archives operated by public institutes, universities, and research institutes, this study examines the background, mission, scope, subject, acquisition, arrangement, and application of the programs in the archives. The results show that the characteristics of the American landscape architectural archives are as follows: first, the recognition of the value and importance of the landscape plays a major role in the establishment of archives; second, the purpose of the archives is to educate and encourage people to find diversity or significance of landscapes; third, the subject and scope of the archives vary according to the purpose of each operating institution; fourth, the main acquisitional method is to receive a donation and to purchase materials or documents; fifth, the classification systems of each archive differs depending on the subject and scope; and sixth, the archives were built on the basis of participation and collaboration with various experts and organizations with stable and sustainable financial resources. These characteristics offer three implications for constructing landscape architectural archives in Korea. First, a long-term vision for landscape architectural archives and the establishment of differentiated themes are required. Second, appropriate methods of material collection and systems of classification, recording, and digitization are necessary and therefore research and pilot archives are required. Third, it is necessary to secure the sustainability of archives by developing ways to utilize the archives in connection with academic and educational programs, thereby securing financial resources and allowing for the establishment of appropriate policies. As basic research, this study is significant as it provides a basis for further research concerning the development of landscape architectural archives in Korea.