Information Science and Archival Studies do not yet have a relevant theoretical production on the classification and organization of documentation originating from cinematographic production. This exploratory research aims to understand how Domain Analysis can assist Knowledge Organization applied to cinematographic documentation in the archival context. One of the main problems concerns the documents generated during cinematographic production not being custodied together with the movie, which is the main product of a complex artistic, technical, and administrative process. A constructivist perspective is adopted, in which the domain of cinema is explored concerning its language. The aim is to understand the domain that influences the materialization of information, thus producing records of a diverse range of genres, from audio-visual to textual. The concept of Domain Analysis and its relationship with Archival Studies is explored, including the benefits of provenance as a Domain Analysis approach to the classification of cinematographic documentation. The importance of cultural and social context is revealed to link the different dimensions of cinematographic production, which allows knowledge to be built from its information.
|Número de páginas||23|
|Revista||Brazilian Journal of Information Science: research trends|
|Estado da publicação||Published - 19 mar 2022|