1. 論證南勢阿美族部落的生活場域結構、住宅生活結構、部落階級和空間關係改變之分析。 2. 以測繪紀錄的方式呈現整個部落的家屋形式和結構，透過量化的數據去論證傳統住宅空間和現代的差異點。 3. 提出以現代都市的住宅思維模式安置都市原住民部落之問題。 The purpose of this study was to understand the difference between residents and spatial structures of aboriginal tribes and traditional ones through visiting the urban aboriginal tribes living near the water districts. The tribal group located under Sanying Bridge between the Yingge District and Sanxia District faces imminent demolition due to violation of Water Act. The New Taipei City government intends to relocate the tribal residents to other locations; and adopts the permanent housing and resettlement public houses as solutions. The measures were protested by most tribal residents. The noises of rally grew louder and louder.
The questions of this research paper are: 1. The spatial pattern of permanent housing and resettlement public houses in the present stage is not suitable for the lifestyles of Nanshih Amis tribes. What are the major differences? 2. What are the differences between the living values of modern cities and Nanshih Amis tribes? 3. After the urban relocation, will there be changes in overall structure on the Nanshih Amis tribes?
This study method employed residential on-spot observation. A tribe was selected for recording and mapping; relevant literatures were read substantially. Door visits were conducted and old historical survey data were compared with present statuses to investigate the differences. The interviewed tribe in this study was the Nanjing - Cila Kesay tribe. There were totally 49 families and 241 respondents. Key issues were being clarified. Eventually, three research results are presented as follows:
1. Analyze Nanshih Amis tribe’s living field structure, residential living structure, tribal hierarchy and the changes in spatial relationships. 2. Use the mapping and recording way to present the house forms and structures of the whole tribe. Demonstrate the differences between traditional residential space and modern residential space through quantitative data. 3. The relocation of urban aboriginal tribes via thinking model of modern urban residences is proposed.