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The Study of Outdoor Leisure Space Development in Taichung Rural Area
The Study of Outdoor Leisure Space Development in Taichung Rural Area Abstract Traditional agriculture industry has faced a severe challenge. Leisure need in Taichung area has faced a significant change as time-space relation changes. Urban has played the important role of push, while rural area acts as the role of pull when people rush for outdoor leisure space. The need for leisure space and the variation of space orientation have shown a significant shift in term of leisure center point from time to time. Consequently, we have to take a systematic study in order to understand the meaning of the shifts and to take the necessary moves to cope with the changing situation. This study has set up four hypothesises. During this study, I have made field trips, interviews and series of questionnaires which cover residents, tourists and owners of leisure space. I have found that the four hypothesises proved to be true as follows: 1. The outcome of leisure behavior during decision making processes from stimulus received toward actions taken will face constrains from middle hindrances. Middle hindrances pose on leisure choice varied person by person, from time to time and place by place. But leisure behavor is all constrained by middle hindrances. Effects are different from person to person and different by time and by space. 2. The dynamics of interactions between tourists and space base on the theory of demand and supply. If the demand can be satisfied at certain extent, then the interaction will head towrd prosparity. Otherwise, it will head toward the end of decaying. 3. Leisure development in space has a constant shift on earth surface. This study has revealed that leisure space development in rural Taichung has expanded toward the northeast, the east, and the northwest edge of Taichung basin since Japanese occupation era. While significant development occurs during the past 13 years since 1996. Also, government policies and actions can significantly shape the spatial distribution of leisure space. Policy brings constructions to the space, while the constructions cause the development of the leisure space. 4. The development of leisure space will eventually generate problems. As the problems occur, there are always ways to solve them. This study has generated some concrete and workable policies oriented on the best capacity development for environmental resources.
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