volume 66, issue 1/2, P2-15 2017
DOI: 10.1108/lr-05-2016-0048
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Diana K. Wakimoto

Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe different collective ways that archivists, librarians and those with dual-roles experience archives. Design/methodology/approach Using a phenomenographic approach, a total of 24 librarians, archivists and dual-role individuals were interviewed, and interview transcripts were analyzed to create categories that described the varying ways in which archives are experienced. Findings Librarians experienced archives in four ways: historical resources, preserving …

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