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Social networking on the Web has become very popular in recent years. Used by more than 950 million people worldwide, Facebook is one of the most popular of these services. One interesting aspect of Facebook is that users can converse through various formats, including wall posts, photographs,...
This article traces the representations of ethnicity and immigration in mainstream American and Canadian archives since the 1950s. It identifies three main periods of evolution of these ethnic archives: the era prior to the civil rights movement, the 1960–1980s and the 1990s and beyond. Relying...
This paper draws on aspects of research into technical drawings in archives. Undertaken between 2006 and 2011, the research investigated how this often-problematic type of record could be made more understandable to archivists, and thus more accessible to researchers. The main intellectual...
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