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Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea
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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Sep 2001
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Mar 2001
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A Study on Developingt Strategies of the Policy for Archives and Records Management in Korea
Kwack, Dong-Chul ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 7~29
This study analyses the policy for archives and records management in Korea into methods in the field of policy science. As a result, various problems have been examined in relation to carrying out the laws and regulations of archives and records management of all public agencies in Korea. Based upon various analyses of these problems, this study derives some effective strategies on the development in the policy taken the view of establishing the appropriateness between goals and measures of me policy, promoting mutual relationship among participants of the policy, putting in order the system for archives and records management, and improving circumstances of the policy for archives and records management in Korea.
How to set up and implement a presidential archives system in Korea? : Examples and lessons from U.S. experiences
See, Sang-Min ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 31~55
I examined the U.S. presidential library system and suggested some directions of establishment and management presidential library in Korea. To promote the preservation and use of presidential records, it is very important to establish an workable presidential archives system in Korea. Following is my observations and lessons from the study of U.S. presidential library system It is legitimate and reasonable to establish a presidential archives system in Korea under the authority of GARS for professional and neutral management. The presidential archives should be managed professionally and neutrally, free of political interventions and parti san considerations. For accountability and transparency of the government, the neutrality of the presidential archives is a must. The presidential records should be protected for a certain period to encourage their production and preservation. A legal apparatus to protect them is necessary. Archivists should make a comprehensive catalog of the presidential archives available to public, especially provide an online search system. Online catalog system of Ford and Carter Presidential Libraries are examined to help understanding of the issue. Finally, GARS should proceed to make a workable laws and regulations Lo provide the legal foundations for the establishment of the presidential archives. Public awareness and supports will only malle it possible. In sum, the presidential archives should be established as an attached archives of the GARS to guarantee a professional and neutral management.
A Philological Comparative Study on HwanWoong of Samgukyusa and YanDi-ShenNong
Yoon, Soon ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 57~79
[Go-Choseon], the first volume of Samgukyusa, is composed of two parts, the part of myth and that of history. There are very similar divinities between Hwanwoong in the myth of Dangun and YanDi-ShenNong of China: the solar divinity essential for survival of mankind and agriculture, the agriculture divinity said to have taught fanning, the medicine divinity said to have taught the characteristics of herbs and how to prevent diseases, the cultural hero who delivered civilization, and son on. During the transition from the age of myth to the age of history, the roles of gods had changed from the creation of the world to civilization and rule. The roles of Hwanwoong and YanDi-ShenNong were civilization and it was related with their divinities. Hence, regardless of a little difference, the myth of Hwanwoong and that of YanDi-ShenNong were created at the same stage of spiritual and material civilizations of Korea and China. This paper looks at the essence of [Wiseo] and the age of Hwanwoong through historical records. In my opinion, [Wiseo] is not a chinese history' book. The record, "According to [Wiseo] there had been Dangun-Wanggum 2,000 years ago" indicates the time [Wiseo] was written. 'Wi' means Wlman-choseon. Going back about 2,000 years from Wiman-choseon, the historical dates of the establishment of [Go-Choseon] almost dovetails to the age of King 'lao. So, there is a possibility that [Wiseo] is a history book of Wiman-Choseon dynasty which was written to prove the legitimacy of the dynasty by showing it succeeded to the Dangilll-Choseon dynasty. The sentences, "governed the country for 1,500 years" and "conferred Gija the position of king of Choseon" are very important records showing the age of the establishment of Dangun-Choseon. Gija came to Choseon in B.C 1122 when Yin replaced Zhou in the Choinese Continent. From the fact that Dangun had governed Choseon, we could reason out that Go-Choseon was established in B.C. 2622 that is much eariler than the era of king Yao, and that corresponds 'With the era of HuangDi(B.C 2698-2358). Hence, the era of Hwanwoong, the father-god of Dangun, might be later than B.G 3000 which conforms to the era of YanDi-ShenNong(B.C 3218-2600). Therefore, this paper contends lhat Hwanwoong and YanDi-ShenNong played the role of civilization in the same era [Go-Choseon], the first volume of Samgukusa is philologically very valuable material for research on the origin of Korean nation and its ancient history.
A Study on Factors influencing for Knowledge Sharing
Kim, Seong-Hee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 81~100
This study examines tile concept of knowledge management and research trends. This study, then, analyzes the factors influencing for knowledge sharing. Finally, it identifies facilitating factors for knowledge sharing in terms of knowledge characteristics, organizational culture, knowledge management support organization arrangement, reward system, and information technology. The suggestions of the study can be used to establish knowledge sharing in organizations.
A study of the methodology for the long-term preservation of electronic records : focus on the preservation concept
Nam, Sung-Un ; Yoon, Dai-Hyun ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 101~119
In this paper we explain the definition and component of electronic records, and reestablish the principle of the preservation. Also we discuss the conceptual approaches and requirements for long-term preservation in an electronic environment. The preservation in digital environment is to protect itself of record identity with the reliability and authenticity, and to ensure the accessibility of records. It needs to be periodical migration along with digital environment change for the long-term preservation of the electronic records. and to select software independent standard format. to ensure the integrity of electronic records along with this preservation strategy, process and relative information required for digital preservation are to record in the form of metadata. The preservation system is separated into four functional entities ; registration process, preservation process, access process, main record management system. Also, this article is conceptually to introduce the selection criteria of storage media, the security provision for the archive collections and the disaster recovery which apply to the digital archives.
Development of R&D Knowledge Management System (KMS) for Science & Technology Research Institutes
Shim, Kyung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 121~158
Development of R&D Knowledge Management System for Science & Technology Research Institutes, which was initiated early 2001, was introduced. The project, funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, is being carried out by several R&D institutes in cooperation With implementers. The purposes of the project are: sharing knowledge about on-going research progresses and existing research results, facilitating cooperative efforts among research staff, teams, and institutes, and improving the efficiency of research project administration. The system consists of 4 components that are highly intertwined: Knowledge Portal, Knowledge Repository, Project Administration System and Groupware. This 3-year project will benefit R&D researchers, and R&D project carrying-out institutes and government project administration organization by facilitating research and development activities, and improving management efficiency, respectively.
The study on the script prayed by Ik-An prince(益安大君) in early Choseon Dynasty
Kyon, Hee-Kyung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 2, 2001, Pages 159~183
The praying sentences of the script of Saddharmapundarika-sutra NO.5 which was made by prayer Bang-Ui, prince Ik-An, was investigated and the cover painting, Byonsangwha(Buddha's preaching painting), and letter style written in the script were discussed in this study. The cover painting on the script is known to be followed to the style of the cover painting as shown in a set of 7 rolls of Saddharma pundarika-sutra of the Horim Museum collection. It is not so difficult to say that the characteristics of cover painting of the script would be suceeded to those of scripts of the end of Koryo and the early Choseon Dynasty. Lotus and its surround was decorated with arabesque figure whose stems were drawn with golden paste and the arabesque figures were done with silver paste. However, for the expression of lotus and arabesque pattern the special feature of drawing style that was originated from the end of Koryo Dynasty to draw the outline with broad line and/or the hardness of drawing line became much more deepened than ever. It is not different to think that this characteristics should be those of Choseon Dynasty. On the Byeonsangwha(buddha's preaching painting) the painting of scattered flowers on stairs of Sumera-Mandala and the scheduled clouds (underseen from heaven) were as similar as to the Byeonsangwha style of the end of Koryo and the early Choseon Dynasty. However, the image of Shakyamuni and/or the halo(光背) is nearly same as the characteristics shown on the Beonsangwha of Saddharma pundarika-sutra of Nesosa' collection, a set of seven rolls which was completed in the 15th year of king Taejong(AD 1415). It is apparent that these characteristics are those of Choseon Dynasty. After king Chungsean in Koryo Dynasty, letter style of Chao Meng-Fu was shown in the script of late Koryo Dynasty as a new letter style.