Kultura dokumentacyjna – geneza, definicja, charakterystyka


  • Wanda Krystyna Roman Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika; Instytut Historii i Archiwistyki

Słowa kluczowe:

documentation culture, organizational culture, information culture, social information order, information management


[Documentation culture - origin, definition, features]

The article presents a definition of documentation culture understood as the motivations, attitudes and behaviours of the authors and users of documentation that occur during its planned and effective creation, gathering, storing, compiling, and sharing by using methods and rules of complex management of documentation by means of tools, techniques and technologies that are available. The article points out that the notion of documentation culture is linked with the notion of the social information order which is an essential part of the social infrastructure of a country as well as supranational and international structures. It also points out that the notion does not have its stable place in the typology of cultures nor in the hierarchy of different categories of culture. The author shows the relation between documentation culture and the information culture, IT culture, organizational culture as well as material and spiritual culture. In the summary, the author states that documentation culture is the part of culture whose creations are passed to the next generations as cultural heritage.




Jak cytować

Roman, W. K. (2014). Kultura dokumentacyjna – geneza, definicja, charakterystyka. AUPC Studia Ad Bibliothecarum Scientiam Pertinentia, 11, 212–228. Pobrano z https://sbsp.uken.krakow.pl/article/view/1371



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