|Title:||眷村改建政策下的眷村意義重構過程 空軍三重一村保存論述形成、認同的建構、空間意義再生產 －
The Meaning of Reconstruction Process of Military Dependent’s Villages in Taiwan under the Village Reconstruction Policy - The Preservation Discourse Formation, Construction Identification, and the Reproduction of Spatial Meaning of the Air Force San-Chong Village No.1
|Keywords:||眷村改建政策;眷村;保存行動;眷村保存;眷村文化保存;military dependent’s villages reconstruction policy;military dependent’s villages;preservation act;preservation of the military dependent’s villages;cultural preservation of the military dependent’s villages||Issue Date:||2008||Abstract:||
Starting from 1940s, after the country is restored, under the process to organize and to settle the large number of the external-province native soldiers and their dependents, the government had developed a systematic plan for public housing communities. “Military dependent’s villages” are formed under Taiwan’s special historical conditions, and have become the unique settlements with strong ethnicism, recognition of military status and ranking, political loyalty, and cultural hybridities holding various regional life cultures. The military dependent’s villages’ reconstruction policy was formed in 1970s-1980s. Ever since 1996, the private property ownership was introduced; the landscapes of military dependent’s villages were rapidly vanished through the reconstruction processes. At the same time, the military dependent’s villages” discourses were raised due to the cultural assets preservation value context that were supported by the public opinions after 1980s, the “Nation Unity” community overall construction policy molded in 1990s, and the later political atmosphere emphasizing on the co-existing multi-cultures of the Taiwan society.he purpose of this research is to give a current short-term organization of the reasons and social backgrounds formed by the “cultural preservation of military dependent’s village’s” actions and discourses, including the action purposes and discourses of the relative actors, and how the action structure, production identification, and policy influences were constructed. In addition to clarify the identity problem between the actors; hence to analyze how the preservation actions are going to re-interpret and to give spatial meanings to the symbol of “military dependent’s villages.”t is discovered during the research process that the cultural preservation action of the military dependent’s villages represents a collective action formed to resist the Government’s dominating system. The work is processed through various actors all over Taiwan to form organizations, linkages, and to produce discourses and open up dialogues with the Government’s systems, in order to influence the systems, policies, and the distributions of the resources. In addition, the culture preservation action of the military dependent’s villages is different from a single site investigation of a general city preservation activity. In the aspect of dealing with historical materials as the discourse core, the military dependent’s village preservation discourses share a specific common historical background and dialogue subjects who have a collective memory, which makes “military dependent’s villages” becoming the actual symbolic spaces for a cultural group. Since it is currently politically correct to encourage the “multi-cultures co-existence” in Taiwan, it is not hard for the policy to gain a proper position. In terms of the action structure layer, participating actors have their interactive network structure. The structural questions encountered by the actors during the preservation promoting process reflect their two layers of active relationships when facing “the national regulated systematic structure” and “community,” which are interconnected with each other. The structure of the military dependent’s village culture preservation action is the framework of the significance to reconstruct the military dependent’s villages. Within the active process, the “culture characters” are seen as the important materials for construction identification. The materials are processed and rearranged with new meanings by each actor’s individual process and the individual social wills and culture plans. The social network is constructed during the process of the preservation action. Due to various actors personal identifications and motifs, actions and interaction were generated. Different kind of meanings were under competitions within the process of these actions; hence to redefine and reproduce the spatial meaning.
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