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題名: Reframing Indigenous water rights in ‘modern’ Taiwan: reflecting
作者: 陳怡萱
Chen, Yi-shiuan
Sandra, Suchet-Pearson
Howitt, Richard
貢獻者: 民族系
關鍵詞: Common property resource governance;customary water interest;Indigenous presence;more-than-human;Taiwan
日期: 2018-04
上傳時間: 2020-05-25 12:24:57 (UTC+8)
摘要: There is a widely accepted stereotype that Indigenous Taiwanese have lost their connection to country as a result of colonization and thus the Indigenous presence is often omitted in representations of ‘modern’ Taiwan. By asserting a modern/traditional binary that privileges the colonizer as modern these representations demean Indigenous cultures as ‘primitive’ or ‘traditional’. This paper challenges those biased dichotomies by exploring the experience of Tayal people in northern Taiwan, drawing on both field and archival research to demonstrate the resistant and persistent Indigenous presence in common property resource governance, specifically water governance. The research found that Tayal systems for common property governance persist in the management of water. It also demonstrates that in those governance systems, non-human agencies such as water have active agency in Tayal culture. By recognizing water as actively engaged in the common property governance, the paper argues that governing common property in the Tayal context is about contemporary and adaptive governance relations among non-human and human agencies in a more-than-human world, as well as communally sharing the custodianship. It is misguided to understand these governance systems as primitive, traditional or inauthentic – all common representations within dominant Taiwanese discourses. The paper also argues that recognizing and engaging Tayal people’s communal custodianship offers a foundation for building culturally appropriate, just and resilient common property governance frameworks in Taiwan’s contested cultural landscapes.
關聯: International Journal of the Commons, Vol.12, No.1, pp.378–401
資料類型: 期刊論文
DOI 連結: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijc.823
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