TOWARDS THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: THE BIRTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW RECORDS CULTURE
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WANDA KRYSTYNA ROMAN
Published 2012-01-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/kn.v58i0.1465
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Keywords

information society
information culture
records culture
record-keeping

How to Cite

ROMAN W. K. (2012). TOWARDS THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: THE BIRTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW RECORDS CULTURE. Knygotyra, 58, 129-135. https://doi.org/10.15388/kn.v58i0.1465

Abstract

Though the ages (Antiquity, Middle Ages, Modernity and the Present), humanity developed successive cultural systems: oral, written, print, industrial, and electronic. The records culture is a component, or manifestation, of nearly every type of culture. Records culture should be defined as the overall body of motivations, attitudes and behaviours of the producers and users of records that occur during the planned and effective creation, collection, retention, processing, and sharing.

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