Ethics and the archival profession : introduction and case studies / Karen Benedict.

Ethics codes define societal expectations for individual and institutional moral conduct and performance. This volume of fourty case studies considers nearly every facet of professional archival work--from appraisal and administration to reference and the work of archivists. It offers advice concern...

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Main Author: Benedict, Karen M.
Corporate Author: Society of American Archivists.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Chicago : Society of American Archivists, ©2003.
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Summary:Ethics codes define societal expectations for individual and institutional moral conduct and performance. This volume of fourty case studies considers nearly every facet of professional archival work--from appraisal and administration to reference and the work of archivists. It offers advice concerning how archivists resolve moral conflicts and the impact on the relationship to the public, the quality of archival work, and professional satisfaction.
Physical Description:91 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 79-84).
ISBN:1931666059
9781931666053