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    Title: 「花一點時間去認識部落」:初探碧候部落文化與社區關係
    Other Titles: A preliminary study on Piexau’s tribal culture and community relationship
    Authors: 謝顥音;包正豪
    Contributors: 淡江大學英美語言文化學系;淡江大學全球政治經濟學系
    Keywords: 泰雅族;社區關係;原住民傳統文化;基督教會;Atayal;Indigenous culture;Community;Christian church
    Date: 2014-06
    Issue Date: 2014-11-24 10:48:22 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 花蓮縣:東華大學原住民族學院
    Abstract: 身為台灣的原住民族,世代定居於台灣,其原本具有時間空間等意涵的部落共同體,卻因數百年來經歷不同政權的治理而解裂。原住民部落的發展進程因而相較於一般社區呈現緩慢且落後的現象。在推動部落/社區總體發展時,對部落需有客觀清楚的了解,方可進行規劃。而第一步,便是需要「花一段時間去認識部落」;因此,本研究作為部落/社區發展的背景初探,意將主要焦點置於探究南澳鄉泰雅族碧候村的社區與居民現況,期能替未來社區發展建構認識與規劃的基礎。
    In recent years, indigenous issues have started to gain attention from society. As a
    minority group in Taiwan, indigenous people should have the right and the opportunity to
    keep their own tribal organizations to represent their traditional culture. However, having
    gone through different political ruling stages, the traditional system in the community/tribe
    has disappeared. The development of the tribal community is rather slow and outdated.
    Therefore, it is important to deeply understand the tribal culture before starting to plan
    community development of tribal villages. And so, the research team decided to spend more
    time to get to know the community and the tribal culture.
    This study aims to understand the current situation of the tribal community and the
    residents’ lives. Hence an ethnographic method was used to record the lives of the Piexau
    tribal community. Data was collected through participant observations, field notes, individual
    interviews, images, and logs. Interview data with other data was transcribed and categorized
    following procedures of Grounded Theory to create themes.
    There are two major themes in this study: One is the tribal culture, which represents
    “true Piexau” from eyes of Piexau village’s local residents. Their tribal culture can be
    presented in three parts: the historical and geographic background of the Piexau, the daily
    lives of local people, and their cultural traditions. The second theme is the community
    relationship, which was found directly connected with religious beliefs. Thus two parts are
    included in the second theme: the conflicts between religious activities and traditional culture,
    and the relationship between religious belief and community organization.
    As a preliminary study, the major finding of this study focuses on the significant role
    that religion plays in Piexau tribal village. The True Jesus Church has different ways of
    interpreting doctrines, and the attitude towards indigenous traditions is also very different
    from other Christian Churches. The conflicts in between churches resulted in a dual
    community where two sides of people refused to participate in the same activity. In order to
    work on community development in a unique community/tribe like the Piexau, it is important
    for the researchers to interact with people from both sides and to thoroughly understand the
    “religious cultures” and the common needs of the community.
    Relation: 台灣原住民族研究季刊 7(2),頁41-72
    Appears in Collections:[全球政治經濟學系] 期刊論文
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