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This paper defines and discusses archival representation and its role in archival practice. Archival representation refers to both the processes of arrangement and description and is viewed as a fluid, evolving, and socially constructed practice. The paper analyzes organizational and descriptive...
A unified Canadian/US descriptive code is the aim of the Canadian/US Task Force on Archival Description (CUSTARD). Within the framework of the International Council on Archives' General International Standard Archival Description (ISAD(G)) and the International Standard Archival Authority Record...
The German registry system is unique in its approach to records management. By way of better understanding this approach, the historical development of this registry is portrayed in its characteristic phases: first the adoption of the practice of using registers in the Middle Ages; second the...
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