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    Title: 校園與地方的對話 : 師大商圈生活街道的啟發
    Other Titles: Dialogue of campus and locale : inspiration from living streets of Shida business communities
    Authors: 陳詩芸;Chen, Shih-yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    吳光庭;Wu, Kwang-tyng
    Keywords: 校園;師大;草根階級地景;學習場域;campus;grassroots landscape;learning field
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:33:40 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 由於校園擁有大量的學生人潮,使得商家大量聚集在校園附近,以提供學生各式各樣的需求與服務,形成以學生為主的消費族群,再加上若干聚集因素,使得學生商圈帶動附近生活及商業性活動鮮明的大學與大學城。


    A student-centered consumer group is usually formed by swarms of students gathering around the shops, stores, and street stalls on the peripheral of the university to cater to student-specific needs and services. Such commercial circle, composing mainly of students, added by the clustering effect, has driven a booming commercial activity of the neighboring blocks and a university town of vivid commercial colors.

    Targeting Taipei City’s National Taiwan Normal University and the Shida business communities, the present study aims to explore how the strong commercial mechanism developed by the “trunk” street vendors and small clothing shops have, over the years, overshadowed the grassroots class originally planted their livelihood on the NTNU campus. Also noteworthy is the riddled exotic gourmet foods and diverse cultures born out of the Mandarin Training Center (MTC) of NTNU. While such exotic phenomenon may have attributed to the uniqueness of Shida business communities, it is nevertheless a separated subgroup singled out from other factors that constitute NTNU’s local concerns.

    Focusing on the researcher’s personal observations and experiences, the first part of the study intends to conduct an in-depth investigation on the Shida business communities, in order to uncover the vitality underlining the grassroots class, to record the hidden memories scattered around the city corners, to derive the complex feelings and identification through revealing the multiple meanings embedded in the varied individuals and, finally, to reinterpret and construct ShiDa landscape into a complete context of written words, images or pictures. In the second part, the design operation section, the researcher purports to extend the culture learning system of the MTC to the local milieu, in an attempt to utilize the environmental space and socio-culture value as a learning event for the MTC. Finally, to strengthen the function of the local community, wherein the rich resources of cultural facilities and local environment not only can provide MTC’s foreign students with rich language learning opportunities, but can also co-shares the learning network with the local residents.
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