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Project
Project
New Lives and Mobility Experience in Hualien: Farming, Hospitality and Working Holiday.
PI
Heng-Chang Chi, Ph.D.
Field Site
Across township
Publication Link
Heng-Chang Chi, Ph.D. / Publications / Publications Link
 
Name of Integrated Research Project
Cross-disciplinary Study of Humanities and Social Science: Humanistic Imagination, Local Practice, and Social Innovation  
 
Chief Investigator of Integrated Research Project
Meei-Ju Lin, Ph.D., Yaw-Sheng Lin, Ph.D.  
 
Finacial Source
Ministry of Science and Technology 
 
Abstract
This project seeks to investigate the new lives and mobility practice of intra-national migrants moving to Hualien. Those ‘lifestyle’ or ‘counter-urbanization’ migrations not only represent personal mobility practice, but also demonstrate the social-economic dynamics of Hualien. The project is designed to explore the three types of mobility and new lives: organic farm, B&B, and working holiday in Hualien; thus, building on two existing local sectors: tourism-hospitality and agriculture. This program will focus on mobility, new lives, labor, gender, and built-environment by undertaking a series of comparative research studies in Hualien. This research is expected to contribute a social and cultural perspective toward agriculture and tourism studies.  
Township
Across township 
Community
across community 
Main Keywords
internal migrant
agriculture
hospitality  
Secondary Keywords
lifestyle migrant
mobility  
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