Archival Theory, Records and the Public
By: Trevor Livelton (author)Paperback
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Now in paperback! Livelton considers the nature of public records from an archival perspective, analyzing concepts rather than the daily realities with which public records archivists deal. However, his carefully reasoned conclusions provide a strong foundation on which principled rather than ad hoc decisions can be made, and so will be of interest to teachers, students and practitioners of archival science. The author presents a general or theoretical view of public records as documents made or received and preserved by the sovereign or its agents in the conduct of governance. This analysis is illustrated by a variety of examples, including a discussion of freedom of information.
Trevor Livelton has worked with public and private records in a variety of settings. He is an Archivist with the City of Victoria, British Columbia.
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