Research on Context Analysis and Interpretation for Paiwan Flute and Nose Flute Life Craft Culture of Taiwan Indigenous Peoples (80986)

Session Information: First Nations and Indigenous Peoples
Session Chair: Jorisse Gumanay

Saturday, 25 May 2024 14:50
Session: Session 4
Room: Room 708
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

In the indigenous community of Taiwan, Paiwan Flute and Nose Flute craft has gradually become marginalized due to technological progress and the influence of mainstream culture, becoming a highly valuable cultural asset. Despite recent attempts at digital preservation, purely Digital Archive struggles to convey the historical and cultural significance. Challenges such as talent outflow and economic decline further exacerbate the difficulties faced in the inheritance and development of Flute and Nose Flute culture. This study adopts a Digital Humanities perspective to systematically organize extensive data and utilizes contextualized analysis for a visually presentation, enhancing the understanding of the cultural development structure. The goal is to promote and sustain the cultural heritage more effectively. By collecting literature, the study employs Historical Method to organize and create visual presentation such as a cultural context sketch and a historical development distribution map for Paiwan Flute and Nose Flute Life Craft. In-depth Interviews invites scholar and craftsman to provide revisions, presenting a comprehensive cultural context diagram. Through this research, the aim is to deepen the understanding of the cultural significance and impact on the Paiwan community conveyed by the Flute and Nose Flute, comprehensively showcasing its cultural charm. It is hoped that based on this study, future developments in digital applications for culture will elevate cultural value and economic level, contributing to sustainable development goals. The research model presented here can also serve as a reference for future researchers and developers in related fields.

Hsuan-Kai Chen, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Wen-Shan Chang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

About the Presenter(s)
Mr Hsuan-Kai Chen is a University Postgraduate Student at National Yunlin University of Science and Technology in Taiwan

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