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Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea
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Volume 13, Issue 3 - Dec 2013
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A Study on the Characteristics of Lawsuit Records as a Case File: Based on the Lawsuit Records of Korea Legal Aid Corporation
Lee, Su Jin ; Yim, Jin Hee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 7~39
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.007
Some records have to be classified not according to their business function but according to their case because of the characteristics of the organization's business. Examples of this are case files, criminal files, lawsuit files, personal files, medical files, and project files. The case files are made according to standard business processes. Case files are filled with records of a series of activities and these records, which are made while carrying out various functions, reenact the multilevel process of a case. This study organized the implications of managing case files by examining the composition of lawsuit records and deducting characteristics in management. To do this, first, this study analyzed the composition of the lawsuit records that Korea Legal Aid Corporation produced and managed. Second, this study confirmed how the characteristics of case files are reflected in the lawsuit records of Korea Legal Aid Corporation. Third and lastly, this study searched how the lawsuit files are managed and used through the example of Korea Legal Aid Corporation.
Research Trends of Records and Archives Management History in Korea: Retrospect and Prospect
Kang, Soon-Ae ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 41~65
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.041
This study aims at reviewing the research trends of records and archives management history published during the past 12 years, analyzing issues, and suggesting future tasks in related research areas. It starts with categorizing research areas of records and archives management history in archival sciences. All 31 articles have been selected from the 2 journals on archival science and 6 journals on related research areas. In quantitative measurement, the paper draws up 31 kinds of article bibliographies and looks at the current status of subject areas by year and author. In content analysis, selected articles are categorized into 3 subject areas, that is, general history, domestic history, and foreign history. For each subject area, research trends of the historical and regional studies are analyzed. This study concludes with emphasis on a new research direction between practice and points out that academic theory should be required for the future development in records and archives management history.
Design and Evaluation of an Individual Instance-based Ontology Retrieval System for Archival Records of the "Saemaul Movement"
Lee, Byung Gil ; Kim, Heesop ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 67~97
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.067
The purpose of this study is to design and evaluate an individual instance-based ontology retrieval system for archival records of the "Saemaul Movement". We used Protege editor 4.1 to design an individual instance-based ontology. To evaluate the proposed ontology retrieval system, five short queries and ten narrative queries were used and compared their precision and recall against the NARA keyword-based retrieval system. The performance results showed that the individual-based ontology retrieval system outperformed the keyword-based retrieval system in terms of the measurement of precision and recall.
A Study on the Development of Education Programs Using Presidential Archives Based on the Multiple Intelligence Theory
Kim, Geon ; Kim, Tae-Young ; Bae, Sam-Yeol ; Lee, Eun-Jin ; Kim, Yong ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 99~125
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.099
This study proposes an education program using presidential archives to develop the multiple intelligence of children and the youth based on the multiple intelligence theory and the resource-based learning theory. To accomplish this, we performed a literature review and interviews with an archivist working in the Presidential Archive in Korea. This study compared and analyzed the Presidential Archives' education programs between the U.S. and Korea. This study can be useful and valuable in developing education programs in two areas, with the first area being the fact that the proposed program could help learners improve academic abilities by developing multiple intelligence and the second area being the fact that the program could increase the awareness of the importance of presidential archives. With the proposed program, the utilization of presidential archives can be facilitated.
A Study on Sharing Descriptive Information for Establishing Private and Community Archive Network
Hyun, Moonsoo ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 127~150
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.127
Growing interest in everyday-life archives and community archives leads to the establishment of small-scale archives in the private sector. Interoperability of descriptive information is necessary to be able to have a link between these factors. The purpose of this study is to explore how descriptive information can be interoperable in private archives, which participate in the archives network, and to suggest a direction in organizing the private and community archives network. For this purpose, it investigated the current situation of archival description in small-scale private archives in Korea, especially in terms of collection, and analyzed descriptive information applied to four foreign archives networks. Based on the analysis, it gives some suggestions for sharing descriptive information in Private and Community Archive Network (PCAN) in Korea.
A Study on the Importance of the Assessment of Records Management Metadata Elements Related to the Electronic Medical Records Management System for Medical Records Managers
Lee, Eun-Mi ; Kim, Myeong ; Yim, Jin Hee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 151~171
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.151
To comprehend the importance and necessity of record management metadata standard implemented in an electronic medical records system, a survey was undertaken to 50 medical records managers in charge of 5 major hospitals in Seoul. Analysis of the survey results was performed by averaging the responses given by those who answered the survey. SPSS was utilized for statistical analysis. Managers of medical records placed importance on metadata that are related to security of records, such as "levels of security", "types of access to medical records", "levels of authorization granted to personnel", and "users accessing medical records". It shows that these managers need the functions of privacy protection in ERMS. Metadata on "external disclosure" had the lowest level but those surveyed with more than 7 years of experience placed greater importance in this area more those surveyed with less than 7 years of experience in a hospital. This shows that managers need the functions of external disclosure to meet the needs of third partiesfor medical research and medical education.
A Study on the Research Trends of Information Freedom in Korea
Choi, Jeong Min ; Kim, You-seung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 173~197
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.173
The study aims at providing research trends of information freedom in Korea. A total of 97 articles, which deal with issues on freedom of information from multidisciplinary areas, were selected for this study. These articles are analyzed according to academic backgrounds, research subjects, disciplinary characteristics, and each research period. The study found that the articles, which review various aspects of freedom of information, are conducted by a number of different disciplinary fields as time passed. However, there was a certain tendency that research methods, purposes, and subjects in this area are limited and biased. As a result, it suggests that expanded multidisciplinary studies are needed and that the complex nature of issues related to freedom of information should be considered.
Research Trends of Archival Information Services in Korea
Kim, Geon ; Kim, Soojung ; Youn, Eunha ; Han, Hee-Jung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 199~229
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.199
This study analyzed the trends of research on archival information services in Korea from 2001 to 2013. A total of 73 research articles were analyzed by quantitative and qualitative content analysis to summarize research output done so far and identify future research areas. Based on the analysis, it concludes that the research on archival information service requires increase of practice-based study, in-depth discussions of theoretical frameworks, and emergence of diverse perspectives of FOIA and relevant policies.
A Study on Problems of the Public Records Appraisal System Based on the Value of 'Business Transaction' and Application of a Multi-appraisal Model
Seol, Moon-Won ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 231~254
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.231
The purpose of this study is to survey the problems of the record appraisal system based on value of "Business Transaction (Danwi-gwaje)" and suggest a way to solve the problems in Korean government agencies. This study begins with analyzing the many negative cases of creating wrong "Business Transaction" profiles and making discordances between value of records and value of transaction, through data mainly from focused group interviews of six record professionals in central government agencies. It concludes with suggesting a new records appraisal model that assigns the retention periods to multiple entities to solve the problems of the current record appraisal system.
The Superintendent Office (Gamriseo) at the Open Ports in Joseon Dynasty of Korea and Related Records: Focused on the Busan Port
Song, Jung-Sook ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 13, issue 3, 2013, Pages 255~282
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2013.13.3.255
The Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between the Joseon Dynasty and Japan began signing procedures from February 1876. Thus, Busan port became an open port to foreign vessels. This has resulted in Busan port becoming the greatest port in Korea. Because of this, the Superintendent Office (Gamriseo, 監理署) was established at 1883 but was later abolished in 1906. In this thesis, the author explored the opening procedure of Busan Port as an open port, the structure of the positions in the Superintendent Office, and the establishment and abolition, types, and contents of records of Gamriseo that were created or received. Records of the Superintendent Office were classified into diplomatic records, judge records, police records, customs records, administrative records, and the daily records of the institution. Most of the original documents of the Superintendent Office were preserved at the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies while some were published by the National Institute of Korean History and Asiatic Research Institute of Korea University.