IJSSH 2014 Vol.4(2): 97-103 ISSN: 2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2014.V4.326

The Field Shaping of Aboriginal Cultural Creativities - Taking the Laiji Tribe and the Sandimen Commercial Circle for Example

Meng-Ling Lay, Shu-Hua Gao, and Su-Ping Tan
Abstract—Under the influence caused by the booming mania to the industries of cultural creativity, the aggressive development of culture and economy has become one of the prevailing trends among numerous countries currently. Taiwan is an island nation divergently fused with numerous ethnic groups wherein most researchers and scholars suppose the aboriginal cultures are abundantly featured with domestic indigenous tribes and cultures. The cultures of indigenous tribes are now situated in a setting with particular social changes. The changes make the fields of daily life transformed into the fields of creative cultures with their domains and the concepts of space having gradually been disintegrated, faded away and restructured. In the transforming process, the traditional space and fields of the aboriginals must be further experienced with the dilemma of novel positioning and the reluctance to accept new reforms. This research was conducted by taking the indigenous tribes of cultural creativity, namely the Laiji Tribe and the Sandimen Commercial Circle for example. Also, the analysis was further conducted to find out the types of the fields of cultural creativity and the revolutions of the relevant space and domains.

Index Terms—Fields of cultural creativities, impressive commercial circles of indigenous tribes, field shaping.

Meng-Ling Lay, Shu-Hua, Gao, and Su-Ping Tan are with the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Tainan, 710 Taiwan (e-mail: molin@mail.stust.edu.tw; vulck189@gmail.com; ma1j4228@stust.edu.tw).

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Cite: Meng-Ling Lay, Shu-Hua Gao, and Su-Ping Tan, " The Field Shaping of Aboriginal Cultural Creativities - Taking the Laiji Tribe and the Sandimen Commercial Circle for Example," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 97-103, 2014.

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