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Indigenous peoples;Taimali;village migration;enclave;temporary house;collaborative home.
|Issue Date:||2012-12-04 16:08:26 (UTC+8)|
Typhoon Morakot struck indigenous areas on both the east and west coasts of Taiwan, not only severely damaging the natural environmental but also the indigenous tribes that live there. The research focuses on the less studied resources of the east coast, and uses sensitive field research in order to create a sample for the west coast and the rest of Taiwan’s ingenious areas.The content of the research includes: 1.Ethnographical research, paying close attention to the Taimali River area, with seven villages in two counties selected, and an ethnic background survey of the building of temporary house and collaborative home areas. 2. The delimiting of internal enclaves, and their connection to local villagers. Five enclaves in Taiwan are all set in indigenous districts, whether there is a connection to temporary or collaborative house areas planning. 3. We comparing the temporary house areas and collaborative home areas on the east coast to the west coast, seeking the possibilities and considerations in building these areas in indigenous districts. The research methods used in the project are literary review, focus-group research, in-depth interviews and filed work observation, in order to combine theoretical with local study. The first year of the project aims to study the ethnic relationship of different indigenous tribes and locations of the seven villages along the Taimali River, conduct an ethnic survey of the temporary house area and collaborative home areas constructed since 2010, and examine the relationship between administrative districts and the setting of enclaves in order to view if these systems could imitate those in the west. The second year of the project hopes to achieve firstly observing village migration and the indigenous migration to cities before and after the Morakot disaster. Secondly, to form a connection between the government, NGOs, and community-formed reconstruction groups. The results of this project should be shared with other subjects and other areas throughout Taiwan in order to aid the reconstruction and rebuilding of indigenous areas.
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