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|Other Titles: ||A study cultural space of Amis take the tradition ceremony and aborigines cultural museum and culture park as the exemple|
|Authors: ||汪誌紋;Wang, Cheh-wen|
|Keywords: ||阿美族;文化空間;傳統祭典;原住民文物館;文化園區;Amis;Cultural Space;Tradition Ceremony;Aborigines Cultural Museum;Culture Park|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 05:35:07 (UTC+8)|
Summary of Essay:
This research purports to discuss how to establish a space for Amis cultural inheritance through analysis on three different occasions including Amis traditional ceremony, “Aboriginal Cultural Museum” guided and assisted by government and private-run cultural market.
In 1994, the Council for Cultural Affairs, Executive Yuan launched cultural policies of “Community Infrastructure Establishment” and “Local Cultural Center Program”. The latter policy is continuity to Community Infrastructure Establishment. Therefore, in 1998, the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Executive Yuan also promoted the policy of “Aboriginal Culture Museum” in response to the Local Cultural Center Program.
However, though cultural preservation is important, is it possible to pass down aboriginal culture by building an aboriginal cultural museum in aboriginal tribes? On the other hand, a private-run cultural park creates business opportunities to tribes, but does it enhance artistic appreciation and improve living standards?
This thesis conducts a research on how to establish a space for Amis cultural inheritance in three different occasions regarding cultural events such as “traditional ceremony, Aborigines Cultural Museum and cultural market”? What is the influence of the governmental policy intervention on aboriginal traditional ceremony and identification?
The research is conducted through field study by collecting relevant literatures, and investigating surrounding environments of five Amis tribes with aboriginal cultural museums.
The research method includes literature collection, review of relevant information and field study interview. The researcher primarily visited 11 interviewees including tribe elders and administrators in aboriginal cultural museums and cultural park. In these interviews, the key to issues of the thesis was brought out.
The operation of cultural spaces in tribes relies on traditional ceremony, “Aboriginal Cultural Museum” guided and assisted by government and private-run cultural market. The three occasions are interdependent. According to the three issues mentioned above, this study concluded three results as follow:
I. At present, almost all traditional ceremonies are predominantly held by local governments, which distort the function and sense of Amis “age stratification” and leaves a misimpression among the public about Amis culture.
II. Aboriginal Cultural Museums only display “ancient” cultural heritages that do not coincide with the aborigines’ real life and learning; besides, they cannot help people come up with ideas on “future”.
Private-run cultural markets are established on the basis of tourism-related business, the cultural connotation of which is different from that of tribes nowadays and has negative impact on the cultural inheritance in aboriginal tribes.
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