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>From: Richard Cox <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Sprehe and the Meaning of Record (FCW essay)
>Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 12:03:01 -0500
>Sprehe's essay reflects the considerable discussion occurring within at
>least the archives portion of the records discipline.   The business of
>defining records and the interdisciplinary understanding of records has
>generated considerable monographic publication in the past decade, as the
>following suggest:
>Bearman, David.  Electronic Evidence: Strategies for Managing Records in
>Contemporary Organizations.  Pittsburgh: Archives and Museum Informatics,
>The Concept of Record: Report from the Second Stockholm Conference on
>Archival Science and the Concept of Record 30-31 May 1996.  Skrifter
>utgivna av Riksarkivat 4, 1998.
>Cox, Richard J.  Managing Records as Evidence and Information. Westport,
>Conn: Quorum Books, 2001.
>Cox, Richard J. Co-editor, with David Wallace, Archives and the Public
>Good: Accountability  and Records in Modern Society. Westport, Conn.:
>Quorum Books, 2002.
>Duranti, Luciana; Terry Eastwood, and Heather MacNeil.  Preservation of
>the Integrity of the Electronic Record.  Dorddrecht: Kluwer Academic
>Publishers, 2003.
>Livelton, Trevor.  Archival Theory, Records, and the Public.  Lanham, Md.:
>The Society of American Archivists and the Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1996.
>McKemmish, Sue and Frank Upward, eds.  Archival Documents: Providing
>Accountability Through Recordkeeping.  Melbourne: Ancora Press, 1993.
>MacNeil, Heather.  Trusting Records: Legal, Historical, and Diplomatic
>Perspectives.  Dorddrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.
>Shepherd, Elisabeth and Geoffrey Yeo, Managing Records: A Handbook of
>Principles and Practice.  London: Facet Publishing, 2003.
>Read on!
>Richard J. Cox
>Department of Library and Information Sciences
>School of Information Sciences
>University of Pittsburgh
>Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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