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Psychological Practices in Ways Otherwise Than Professional: Exploring the Humanity Images and Innovative Social Actions in Nan-Hwa Project..
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Wei-Lun Lee, Ph.D.
Field Site
Ji-an Township
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Nan-Hwa Project is a program for disadvantaged children through the cooperation of National Dong Hwa University and Nan Hua Elementary School since the academic year of 2004. During this 8-year period of time, the student participants from Dong Hwa have committed themselves to one-year service to accompany the children of Nan Hua for one hour per week without any compensation.......
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Untypical Young Adults' Career Imagination, Construction, and Action: Research Platform for Life Stories of Micro-actions.
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Meei-Ju Lin, Ph.D.
Field Site
Across township
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In this highly flexible capitalist society, young adults are unable to develop coherent career trajectories and transitions. However, there are possibilities for the presence of “individualization”, whereby the process is embedded in the reflexive project of the self, and the self is reflexively understood in terms of one’s biography......
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Using the Useless: The Cross-Border Collaboration in the Hand-Made Workshop in the Wu Wei Wu (The Five-Flavour House).
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Jun-Hua Lin, Ph.D.
Field Site
Shoufong Township
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Following the issue “Can the subaltern speak?” raised by the post-colonialism researcher Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (1988), the Materialism approach in Social and Cultural geography, and the methodology raised by education and psychology, this research aims at organizing a hand-made workshop to form a rethinking on the definitions of “alternative/ordinary”......
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Retrieving the Liberty of Living Flexibility: Co-Ops as an Experimental Field.
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Chiung-Wen Chang, Ph.D.
Field Site
Hualien City, Rueisuei Township
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This project concerns two issues: One refers to the developmental model under capitalism. We want to explore if there is any other way to grow for those less developed areas......
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Identity Redifinition and Self-representation of Immigrant Women from Southeast Asia and Mainland China through International Marriage.
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Chun-Chi Wang, Ph.D.
Field Site
Hualien City
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This research project aims to provide different ways in which marriage-based immigrant women from Southeast Asia and Mainland China living in Hualien can express themselves, speak for themselves, and empower themselves......
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Issues of Practicing on Social Trust System, Reflexive Modernity and Living Domination in Organic Farmer's Market in Hualien.
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Jiehn-Fu Tsai, Ph.D.
Field Site
Shoufong Township
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The members of Hualien Farmers Market are a group of farmers using organic farming to produce fresh vegetables, fruits, rice, and other foods, selling their products face to face with customers. It is a special way that might reduce the risk of food safety in our everyday life......
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New Lives and Mobility Experience in Hualien: Farming, Hospitality and Working Holiday.
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Heng-Chang Chi, Ph.D.
Field Site
Across township
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This project seeks to investigate the new lives and mobility practice of intra-national migrants moving to Hualien......
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A Rural Learning Corner: Development and Exploration of Human-Ecology Industry for Cross-Field Learning Communities.
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Yu-Chun Ku, Ph.D.
Field Site
Shoufong Township
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This project aims to collaborate with homeschooling parents in Taiwan and probe into the local practice of education in Taiwan......
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Situation and Solution to Rural Education in Eastern Taiwan-A Village perspective through action research(2/3).
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Yu-Chun Ku, Ph.D.
Field Site
Shoufong Township
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This research presents a participatory action research (PAR) project aimed at facilitating bottom-up, sustainability planning and development in one of the most socio-economically disadvantageous micro-regions of Eastern Taiwan.......
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From Memories to Techniques: Contemporary Transformation of Agriculture and Communal Dynamics of Kiwit, Tapalong, and Talampo Amis in Hualien.
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Yi-Tze Lee, Ph.D.
Field Site
Fuli Township, Guangfu Township
Abstract
Contemporary indigenous communities in Taiwan have gone through various mechanisms of modernization since the early 20th century, including state governance, Christianity conversion, intensive conventional agricultural practice, and industrial production and consumption.......
     
   
     
 
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