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Title: 公園‧浴場:新北投之文化地景詮釋
Other Titles: Park and Bath: An Interpretation of the cultural landscape of New Beitou
Authors: 林芬郁
Grace Fen-Yuh Lin
Issue Date: May-2015
Publisher: 地理學系
Department of Geography, NTNU
Abstract: 臺灣首座為發展溫泉觀光產業,隨公共浴場興建的北投公園,是當時市民唯一的避暑勝地與臺灣的溫泉鄉樂園,同時也是新北投聚落發展的起點,與北投多元文化交融之匯集地。新北投地區因有北投公園、公共浴場、溫泉產業與多重文化在此交會,而形塑出獨特的文化地景。本論文將從文化地景、地方感、文化資產的論點,探討凱達格蘭文化、溫泉產業、鐵道文化、宗教信仰、礦業知識等,在新北投地區的組合、重構之空間網絡關係與文化地景。並藉由時間、空間的脈絡回溯與半格式(semi-lattic)思維,梳理出交織於北投公園的多重文化元素,與彼此間錯綜複雜的重疊結構。全球化下,都市日益均質化似乎是不可避免的趨勢。新北投居民的文化自明與對歷史文化的詮釋、再現,當可尋找出地方獨特性,並善加利用其豐厚的文化資產,以避免新北投流於曇花一現、毫無特色的旅遊休閒區。
The Beitou Park, the first park in Taiwan that was built with a "Public Bath" purposely for the development of hot spring tourism, was once the one and only summer resort and a hot spring paradise for residents. As the site marking the beginning of settlement development in the New Beitou area, the park was also a place which embraced and celebrated cultural diversity in the area. The New Beitou area is known for its unique cultural landscape, which was shaped by multiculture derived from the Beitou Park, the public bath and the hot spring attractions in the neighborhood. This paper aims to examine the combination of the Ketagalan culture, the hot springs industry, the railway culture, different religious beliefs and mining knowledge in the New Beitou area; how they have reconstructed the space and networking in the area; and its cultural landscape from the perspectives of cultural landscape, sense of place, cultural heritage. In addition, the paper looks back in time and deeper into its space to trace the multi-cultural elements intertwining at the Beitou Park and their complex overlapping structure via the semi-lattic theory. Under the influence of globalization, urban homogenization has become an inevitable trend. With their new found cultural identity and the efforts to interpret and represent the history and culture of their place,the residents in the New Beitou area are expected to uncover the uniqueness of their place. They will make the best use of their rich and valuable cultural heritage to make sure that the New Beitou area will not fall back to becoming a mundane and short-lived tourist recreational area.
Other Identifiers: 26C1A83B-6314-6772-FD19-247FD5CE6325
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