|Title:||A study on the method of constructing Taiwan aboriginal knowledge organization structure||Authors:||HSUEH-HUA CHEN||Keywords:||Aboriginal knowledge | Domain analysis | Knowledge organization structures | Methodology | Taiwan's aborigines||Issue Date:||1-Jan-2011||Journal Volume:||48||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||61-86||Source:||Journal of Educational Media and Library Science||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 by the written word. With regards to such practice, the incompleteness of the structure of aboriginal knowledge organization is then quite understandable. The main purpose of this research is to attempt to introduce a series of methods and procedures for the creation of Taiwan's aboriginal knowledge organization structure in response to the current demands of our society. By analyzing the features and representation of a variety of organization structures, this study reached the conclusion that classification structures are the most suitable knowledge organization system for the representation of aboriginal knowledge The method of domain analysis was further applied during research to trace the integral process of the analysis of aboriginal knowledge. Key characteristics for the construction of aboriginal knowledge organization structures have also been defined according to existing related studies. It is hoped that this study will be able to serve as reference for the future research of scholars and other aborigine related institutions.
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