DIGITAL HISTORIE OG ARKIVERET WEB SOM HISTORISK KILDE

  • Niels Brügger Professor (MSO), Ph.d. Institut for Kommunikation og Kultur Aarhus Universitet
Nøgleord: informationssamfundet, digital historie, web, internettet, digitale kilder

Resumé

Digital historie og arkiveret web som historisk kilde

Inden for det seneste årti er mængden af digitalt lagrede data vokset eksplosivt, og i samme periode vokser mængden af født digitalt materiale som fx indhold på sociale medier og web. Fremtidens historikere skal bevæge sig rundt i et kildemæssigt landskab, hvor kilderne i stigende grad er digitale og i mange tilfælde kun digitale. Denne artikel argumenterer for, at alle digitale kilder ikke er ens, blot fordi de er digitale, hvilket fører til en grundlæggende skelnen mellem digitaliserede, født-digitale og genfødt-digitale kilder. Dernæst introduceres til én særlig type genfødt digitalt materiale, nemlig arkiveret web, der sammenlignes med digitaliserede avisarkiver. Endelig diskuteres det, hvilke konsekvenser det arkiverede webs særlige karakteristika har for dets brug som historisk kilde.

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Publiceret
2017-07-18
Citation/Eksport
Brügger, N. (2017). DIGITAL HISTORIE OG ARKIVERET WEB SOM HISTORISK KILDE. Temp - Tidsskrift for Historie, 7(14), 10-29. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/temp/article/view/96385