|其他題名: ||The study of combination of aboriginal's cultural continuity and eco-tour|
|作者: ||陳谷松;Chen, Guu-sung|
白滌清;Pai, Ti-ching;沈景茂;Shen, Ching-mao
|關鍵詞: ||原住民文化傳承;生態旅遊;原住民部落旅遊;民宿經營;Aboriginal Culture Continuity;Ecotour;Aboriginal tourism;Homestay Conducting|
|上傳時間: ||2010-01-11 04:16:24 (UTC+8)|
The national tourism booms due to the world-wide increase of environmental consciousness, the prevalence of ecotour, two-day holidays for a week being implemented in Taiwan. The tourism , so-called non-smokestack-industry , is paid more attention to and it keeps pace with high-tech industries. It plays important role to get along with economic promotion universally. There exists vivid culture and abundant nature resource in pristine aborigine areas. Wherein the tour spots and the chance of environmental education could be offered easily. And this point harmonizes with the concept of ecotour. Compare with general public, it’s harder for the aboriginal to earn a living. To combine the good mountains and waters, inspirational landscape and the unusual cultures from different indigen tribal into a special aboriginal atmosphere. It will offer good tourism spots, escalate aboriginal employment and benefit developing aboriginal economy. The study focuses on the ecotour, aboriginal cultural continuity and aboriginal tourism. For the similar quality of 3 kinds of the primary dimensions. Trying to find out the correlation between 2 of the 3 primary dimensions. The main purpose of the study is: 1.Explore the relations between the cognitive of ecotour and aboriginal tourism; 2.Explore the relations between aboriginal tourism and aboriginal culture continuity; 3.Explore the relations between the cognitive of ecotour and aboriginal culture.
The research population of this study is those who run homestay at the indigen areas and the visitors. The study was divided into two parts, and exploratory research method was adopted at the first stage , deep into indigen areas to interview with ecologists ,homestay conductors and residents wherein. Integrating the contents of interviews into questionnaire survey to proceed the second-phase study. The descriptive study was adopted at the second stage , conducted by distributing different questionnaires separately to homestay conductors in indigen areas and tourists who was convenience sampled. The total size of these two samples is 664 - 445 and 219 respectively. And the valid return rates are 22.92% and 77.62% for 102 and 170 copies received separately.
Results of this study reveal that there approaches common consensus among the aborigine to promote ecotour industries, and it is foreseen to be getting better with confidence. To establish local dedicate promote institution will benefit the promotion of ecotour. But refer to conduct a ecotour, the aboriginal conductors in common are deficient in know-how, even they are passive, and not knowing how to integrate their idea, resources etc. Aside from this point, there exist highly positive relation between ecotour and tribal tour, between tribal tour and culture continuity, and between culture continuity and ecotour. Abounding natural resources and aboriginal culture itself, the aborigine and the natural environment are symbiotic. It will be more attractive than general tourism and tourists will be excited and scramble for the journey, if they could add aboriginal distinctive culture material into tribal tour and make tourist to experience it. Take ecotour to be an element of tribal tour, and add materials about culture continuity into it, the tribal tour will be more vivid. Meanwhile most tourists expect that aboriginal culture can be handed down for generations and ecotour and the aboriginal culture continuity will sparkle and get refection for one another when they proceed with an ecotour.