The author discusses five main differences between archives in the United States and China: differences in national history and the formation of archives; differences in the archival administration system; differences in archival management; differences in the research use of archives; and differences in archival education. He remarks on some strengths and weaknesses, as he sees them, in the American archival system.
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Differences and Similarities in Chinese and American Approaches to Archives
The American Archivist (1991) 54 (2): 206–215.
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Xu Yuqing; Differences and Similarities in Chinese and American Approaches to Archives. The American Archivist 1 April 1991; 54 (2): 206–215. doi: https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.54.2.f625820q1623132n
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