Macro-Appraisal Theory and the Context of the Public Records Creator
This essay is about the context of the public records creator and its conceptual relation to the appraisal of public records. Its primary purpose is to suggest an alternative way for archivists to understand, interpret, and represent institutional creator context in support of intellectual processes and practical methods leading to the identification of records for archival preservation.
Cet essai porte sur le contexte de la création des documents publics et sa relation conceptuelle avec l'évaluation des documents publics. Le but premier de cet essai vise à suggérer aux archivistes une voie alternative pour comprendre, interpréter et représenter le contexte de création institutionnelle à l'appui des processus intellectuels et des méthodes pratiques conduisant à l'identification des dossiers à valeur archivistique.
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