Methodology

臺灣原住民族上層知識組織架構之建置

序號 1
刊名 大學圖書館
年份 2009
出版月份 9月
卷期 Vol.13 No.2
作者 陳雪華;朱雅琦
作者任職單位 國立臺灣大學圖書資訊學系教授兼圖書館館長;國立臺灣大學圖書資訊學系研究生
摘要

近年來,原住民族知識組織架構愈來愈受各界的關注與重視,然而由於過去原住民族知識大多皆以口傳為主,少有文字記載,故原住民族知識組織架構建構之不完整性是可想而知的。而目前《中國圖書分類法》中有關臺灣原住民族知識的相關分類又相當粗略,其中針對原住民族的敘述,僅止於以原住民族群進行分類,其他有關原住民族之主題面向則被分散列於類表中的相關分類號下;此分類法用於原住民族相關文獻的分類上,確有許多不足之處。
為因應此劃時代之趨勢以及臺灣原住民族圖書資訊中心之需求,本研究擬於建構整個臺灣原住民族知識組織架構時,從上層架構著手,透過人類學領域之學者專家、原住民身份學者專家,以及圖書資訊學專家,三方面整合互動式的參與,共同將上層架構主軸確立,以便未來進一步分工合作,讓各領域專家可以建置不同主題面向的原住民族知識;此外,更期盼此上層知識組織架構建置完成後,能提供臺灣原住民族圖書資訊中心一個比較符合原住民族觀點的專屬分類系統,以便未來該中心在分類原住民族相關知識時之參考。

關鍵字 上層知識組織架構原住民族知識方法論臺灣原住民族領域分析
頁碼 1-23
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DOI 10.6146/univj.2009-13-2.01
Review
Title Construction of the Upper-level of the Aboriginal Knowledge Organization Structure
Author Hsueh-hua Chen; Ya-chi Chu
Author's title University Librarian, National Taiwan University LibraryProfessor, Department of Library and Information Science, National Taiwan University; Graduate Student, Department of Library and Information Science, National Taiwan University
Abstract

In the past several years, the aboriginal knowledge organization structure has received a respectable amount of attention. However, aboriginal knowledge is commonly spread by oral tradition and rarely through writing. With regards to such behavior, it is understandable that the aboriginal knowledge organization structure is incomplete. Currently, the classification of Taiwan's aboriginal knowledge in the New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries is still roughly sorted with descriptions of aborigines classified simply by tribe while other subject matters and aspects relating to the indigenous people are scattered under the classification number of relevant subjects. It is clear that applying this type of classification on aboriginal documents and records has quite a number of inadequacies.
Responding to contemporary trends in information management and to the needs of Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples Resource Center, this research aims to detail Taiwan's aboriginal knowledge organization structure starting with the upper-level structure, and through the integrated and interactive participation of aboriginal scholars, anthropologists, and professionals in library and information sciences., the core of the upper-level structure is established and confirmed. In this way, further work division and collaboration is possible, and aboriginal knowledge with different themes and facets can be classified by experts of different fields. This research hopes to provide Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples Resource Center with a classification system that can correspond more to the indigenous people's point of view and also serve as future reference for the Center.

Keywords Aboriginal knowledgeDomain analysisMethodologyTaiwan's aboriginesUpper-level of the know- ledge organization structure
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