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Archives power : memory, accountability, and social justice

Author: Randall C Jimerson; Society of American Archivists.
Publisher: Chicago : Society of American Archivists, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Argues to answer some of the complex social, political, professional, and ethical questions that are at the heart of the roles and identity of the archive professional, their significance in modern society, and their impact on human history and culture.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Randall C Jimerson; Society of American Archivists.
ISBN: 193166630X 9781931666305 9780838910610 0838910610
OCLC Number: 435767627
Description: xxi, 442 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction : Embracing the power of archives --
Weaving the life of our ancestors --
Documenting American society --
Resisting political power --
Constructing memory --
Serving the public good --
Responding to the call of justice --
Conclusion : Rethinking archival ethics --
Appendix : Memory for justice report.
Responsibility: Randall C. Jimerson.

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Argues to answer some of the complex social, political, professional, and ethical questions that are at the heart of the roles and identity of the archive professional, their significance in modern society, and their impact on human history and culture.

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