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|Title: ||淡水河口藝遊網計畫之分析 : 以Landry創意城市分析架構為例|
|Other Titles: ||An analysis of tamsui's art, tourism and network plan based on Landry's creative city framework|
|Authors: ||周靖倫;Chou, Ching-Lun|
|Keywords: ||創意城市;淡水河口藝遊網計畫;淡水;文化;Charles Landry;creative city;Tamsui's Art, Tourism and Network Plan;Tamsui;Culture|
|Issue Date: ||2011-12-28 18:25:58 (UTC+8)|
The concept of “Creative City” is to enlight the thinking, planning, and developing of creativity. The core value of this concept is to inspire the talent of city, and combine the local cultural resources and specialty, by doing so the competitive power of the city would be promoted. The growth of creative city depends on passion from the public, and also the cultural environment plays an important role for the public to have passion toward the creativity.
This research is to realize the meaning of the creative city, and view over the existence case to make some effort toward the research of creative city in the future.
This research include one case which is called “Tamsui''s Art, Tourism and Network Plan ”, by interviewing stakeholders to get the latest information, and analyze the concept which is brought up by Charles Landry.
Concrete research question is:
1. How is the “Tamsui''s Art, Tourism and Network Plan ” being done in Tamsui area?
2. How to connect “Tamsui''s Art, Tourism and Network Plan” with the concept of creative city?
What conform to the concept of creative city and what need to be improved?As a result, the negative comments are more than positive comments in this plan. Negative comments include the leader who is lack of future plan, the tough organization, and no common sense and contact net within every unit. Positive comments include the plentiful history and human resource and the participant holds determination and innovation. These represent that despite of Tamsui area has the talent to develop as a creative city, there’s still a big space to improve.
|Appears in Collections:||[Graduate Institute & Department of Public Administration] Thesis|
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