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The Influence of Cultural Dancing Authenticity Perceptions to Attitude of Performance--A Case Study of Paiwan Children's Dancing Performance Experience
Tourists often watch the cultural dancing performance when they travel to the indigenous regions. The children play a significant role in indigenous culture legacy; however, do different performance experiences affect the children's authenticity perception and performance attitude? What is the relationship between the authenticity perception and the performance attitude? The research scope included Sandimen, Machia, Taiwu, and Laiyi in Pingtung Country. The research results showed (1) The children’s authenticity perception was situated in the circumstance of staged authenticity; (2) The aboriginal children’s authenticity perception included "symbol spirit," "emotional cohesion," "locality," and "traditional style;" the performance attitude contained "performance cognition," "performance affection," and "performance action tendency;" (3) The different performance styles and occasions would not affect the authenticity perception, but the tourist performance experience would influence "emotional cohesion" and "locality." The children had the tourism performance experience would recognize the performance more comparing to those without the tourist performance experience; the tourist performance experience could urge the emotional harmony, and helped the children to understand that the culture is from their area; (4) The different performance styles would not influence the performance attitude. But, the performance occasion and tourism performance experience would affect "performance cognition" and "performance affection".
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