Ethics, Accountability, and Recordkeeping in a Dangerous World
This series provides a body of core texts relating to the twin fields of records management and archives. Each volume offers a a detailed and professionally written overview of one or more topics within these fields.
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Introduction to the series Geoffrey Yeo
Preface and acknowledgments
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