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    Title: 原住民生態知識、地方流動性與流域治理:泰雅族Lmuhuw與Qutux Llyung之研究
    Other Titles: Indigenous Ecological Knowledge, Fluidity of Place and Watershed Management: a Study on the Lmuhuw and Qutux Llyung of Atayal People&Quot
    Authors: 官大偉
    Contributors: 行政院國家科學委員會
    國立政治大學民族學系
    Keywords: 土木水利工程類
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-03-20 09:09:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 集水區的治理是我國當前環境政策中極為重要的一環,但是諸多集水區保育和山區原住民之間的衝突,凸顯了現階段台灣的環境規劃及集水區管理論述中,缺乏由原住民從自己的角度說出來在地觀點的事實。本研究之目的,是以石門水庫集水區上游(大漢溪流域)之泰雅族部落為對象,以民族誌研究方法,從生態知識的角度,探討泰雅族之 lmuhuw(泰雅語,意為 “穿越、流動”,亦指記載起源、遷移過程之古調吟唱及其內容)哲學及其qutux llyung(泰雅語,字意為 “共享一條河流”,亦指共享一條河流之部落群及其所屬成員)流域觀所蘊含之生態知識,並以行動研究之精神,透過深度訪談、焦點團體等方式,促成部落間、世代間的重新對話,建構將這樣的哲學和生態知識運用在當代流域治理的基礎,以期建立原住民知識和現代知識之間合作之橋樑,為當前的集水區治理提供跨文化知識合作的可能。
    Watershed management is an important element of the environmental policy in Taiwan. Many conflicts happened between watershed conservation practices and the indigenous communities in the mountain area however reflect the fact that there is too little chance for indigenous people to express their environmental discourse from their own perspectives. Through the ethnographical study in the Atayal indigenous communities in the watershed of Shih-Men Reservoir, this project aims to reveal the philosophy of lmuhuw and the concept of qutux llyung that forms the basis of human-environment relations in Atayal culture. Adopting the action-oriented approach, this project also intends to facilitate the conversation between settlement and settlement, generation and generation in the communities, so that the adaptation, reinvention and application of indigenous ecological knowledge in contemporary circumstance may be made possible and the cooperation between indigenous and modern knowledge in the watershed management can be achieved.
    Relation: 基礎研究
    學術補助
    研究期間: 10002~ 10007
    研究經費: 223 仟元
    Source URI: http://grbsearch.stpi.narl.org.tw/GRB/result.jsp?id=1870372&plan_no=NSC99-2410-H004-006-MY2&plan_year=100&projkey=PB10001-0086&target=plan&highStr=*&check=0&pnchDesc=%E5%8E%9F%E4%BD%8F%E6%B0%91%E7%94%9F%E6%85%8B%E7%9F%A5%E8%AD%98%E3%80%81%E5%9C%B0%E6%96%B9%E6%B5%81%E5%8B%95%E6%80%A7%E8%88%87%E6%B5%81%E5%9F%9F%E6%B2%BB%E7%90%86%EF%BC%9A%E6%B3%B0%E9%9B%85%E6%97%8FLmuhuw%E8%88%87Qutux+Llyung%E4%B9%8B%E7%A0%94%E7%A9%B6
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[民族學系] 國科會研究計畫

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