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|Title:||「社區食聯網」的食物社會設計 - 桃園龍潭個案理論化的嘗試|
Social design of food based on “Edible Community Networks”:The case study of Longtan in Taoyuan
food research,food exchange,local economies,social design,community development,Edible Community Networks,
|Publication Year :||2017|
本研究是一個以「鄉村」為主體的參與式規劃行動研究，以桃園城鄉交界的龍潭區域為田野。將龍潭的食物社會設計之實踐，進行理論化的嘗試。本研究嘗試以「社區食聯網」(Edible Community Networks)的概念探討龍潭特定地域中的社區及經濟社群，行動者藉由「食物交換」與鄉村內外部的資源產生運作，而過程中因為地域振興計畫的介入，觸發了社會設計的行動，重組和調整了食物體系與社會生態關係，而這種轉變可以理論化為一種跨文化的社會設計工程。研究發現:一、「社區食聯網」作為一種民主、生態的食物經濟體之實踐過程。二、同時，實踐了一個跨文化的交流場域，通過農業技術交流、整合農食交易、文化協作及飲食文化交流等，引發了跨文化的對話。三、龍潭的食物社會設計在處理社會創新之轉型過程。尤其對新世代的族群來說，共同社計、共同經營的創新社會行動，即是改造自我，進而再結構自身與社會的關係。
With the progress of modernization, the connections between landscape, life, and society in rural communities are gradually breaking apart and collapsing. Especially in local economies, as they have moved to domination by commercialism and an orientation toward tourism, it has often become impossible to see the connection between self and locale. How do we reclaim the community's subjectivity and autonomy through innovation and empowerment, and reestablish connections between the land, food, and people?
This research project is a participatory, action-oriented one, centered around 'rural community', with the Longtan region, located between the urban and rural parts of Taoyuan, as the case study. The project employed the practical application of social design of food in Longtan as an attempt at theorization. This project attempted to implement the concept of 'Edible Community Networks', using food as a core medium, to connect three major domains: the democratic & environmental economies; cross-cultural landscape identity; and social design. The aim was to explore how the introduction of regional revitalization plans sparked actions toward social design, as people in specific areas of Longtan operated, with resources both inside and outside rural communities, through 'food exchange'; and how, through this process, the connections between food systems and the social environment were reconfigured and modified. This form of change can be theorized as a project in cross-cultural social design. This research project found that: 1. The process of implementing 'Edible Community Networks' as democratic, environmental economies fixed imbalances in urban and rural development, and brought economic life back to the community. 2. At the same time, it realized a domain for cross-cultural exchange, prompting cross-cultural dialog through agricultural technology exchange, integration of agricultural food transactions, cultural cooperation, and cultural exchange regarding food. 3. The social design of food is in a process of metamorphosis and of managing social innovations. Through the design and development of the space and products, key figures are given the chance to participate, and to create networks though collaborative creation. For the new generation in particular, taking part in innovative social actions is a way to transform oneself, and further, to establish connections between oneself and society.
|Appears in Collections:||建築與城鄉研究所|
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