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Title: Limited State Capacity and Festival Development : How Have Local Culture Industries Influenced the Development of Festivals in Taiwan (1950s~2012)
Authors: 曾聖文
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋文創設計產業學士學位學程
Keywords: 文化政策
文化產業
節慶
臺灣
Date: 2012-09
Issue Date: 2018-11-22T07:20:56Z
Publisher: 東亞論壇季刊 East-Asia Review
Abstract: Abstract: This paper aims to analyze the following question: in the process of Taiwan’s festivals development, what are the limitations of state’s capacity and how important are the local culture industries? This study argues that, before middle 1990s, the government used policy tool and state capacity, including cultural hardware constructions, arts festivals, and local cultural renaissance, to provide a reliable ground for emerging local culture industries and large festivals afterwards. In addition, with the interaction between five driving forces, including political forces, economic forces, professional forces, community’s forces, and cultural forces, three major local culture industries and their related festivals are emerging after middle 1990s: (a) local traditional culture industry, (b) local tourist culture industry, and (c) local culture activities industry. These festivals in Taiwan have brought four major functions on: (a) industrial and economic development, (b) finding roots for local cultures, (c) promoting sightseeing and tourism, and (d) consolidating community consciousness. The government is the major driving force for local culture industries and festivals before middle 1990s. However, after middle 1990s, the state’s leading capacity is weakening and government shifts its role to create and sustain suitable environment for cultural development. Thus the cultural, human, and industrial resources of local culture industries become the major driving forces for Taiwan’s festivals.
Relation: 477 pp.35-64
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51319
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