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Contemporary metadata standards and interoperability approaches are mainly authoritative and hierarchical, which tend to favour an expert controlled metadata approach that is ubiquitous in current library practises, and, hence, fail to take into account the diversity of cultural, linguistic and local perspectives that abound. To overcome this, it is proposed that a social constructivist approach should be adopted by libraries and other cultural heritage institutions when archiving informationdblp:journals/tcdl/AlemuSR12 fatcat:cy6xtarjuzegldakci32kswcya