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    Title: 傳統領域:一個原住民族發展的關鍵議題
    Authors: 官大偉
    Contributors: 民族系
    Keywords: 原住民族;傳統領域;去殖民;發展
    Date: 2017-12
    Issue Date: 2020-06-22
    Abstract: 對和土地有持續而密切互動的原住民族來說,維持土地的多重意義實是民族發展的關鍵議題,因為它既是生存資源的直接來源,也是歷史記憶的媒介和精神認同之所繫。然而,許多時候,土地卻也是原住民族和國家之間衝突的根源,在原住民族的歷史經驗裡,土地,往往是國家對原住民族之掠奪與傷害的開始。本文回顧歷史上原住民族的土地經驗,以及其所造成今日之發展問題,並檢視傳統領域調查與法制化過程,分析《原住民族土地及部落範圍土地劃設辦法》所反映的結構困境,進而提出對於傳統領域之認識論與方法論的重新思考。
    Relation: 台灣原住民研究論叢, Vol.22, No.45, pp.76
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[民族學系] 期刊論文

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