Oral history collections development of practitioners and cultural institutions in Malaysia: the use of Mediated Recordkeeping: Culture-as-evidence model.
thesisposted on 03.01.2020, 03:34 authored by HANIS DIYANA KAMARUDIN
This research is the first to propose a nationwide protocol, the Community Oral History Collections’ Development Protocol, to develop and manage local community oral history collections in Malaysia. In Malaysia, the shortage of documentation from previous authorities and colonial powers has accelerated the need for oral history to be used as a method to capture valuable untold community stories. This research interprets current oral history practices from the perspectives of oral history practitioners and cultural institution professionals in Malaysia. The Mediated Recordkeeping: Culture-as-evidence model was used to interpret the practices, and the study found ways to extend this model to reflect oral history practices.
Principal supervisorThomas Frank Denison
Additional supervisor 1Steven Wright
Additional supervisor 2Leisa Gibbons
Year of Award2020
Department, School or CentreCaulfield School of IT
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Information Technology
Oral historyMemoryCultural institutionsMalaysian communityIdentityCommunity of practiceMediated Recordkeeping: Culture-as-evidence modelOrganisation of Information and Knowledge ResourcesRecords and Information Management (excl. Business Records and Information Management)Social and Community Informatics