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標題: The relationship between urban garden participation and lifestyle changes
作者: 陳琦翰
關鍵字: 市民農園;Maslow需求理論;生活風格;Urban Garden;Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs;Lifestyle
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The study undertakes the urban garden of Taipei City's resident as its main field of research. To begin with, the motivation of Taipei City resident to participate in the urban garden must be comprehended. Through in-depth interviews and observation of the participants, the study attempts to thoroughly understand the participant's self-narration of experience, and consequently analyzing the relationship between motivation and lifestyle changes after involving in urban garden. Not only involved realistically entering the field and interacting directly with the participants, it could be seen that the urban garden can satisfy different needs of individuals. By participating in the agricultural activities of the urban garden, it has visibly changed the lifestyle of the participants. Research findings have also shown that the lifestyle changes step-by-step throughout different stage. In the early stage, in order to satisfy the basic needs of participating in the urban garden, are expressed more on the 'activity' aspect. At the late stage, the lifestyle in form of attitudes and values, in other terms the 'inner voices', has also underwent changes. Participants were also able to convey his or her personal experience to the people around them, as well as sharing their process of lifestyle changes.
Last but not least, in order to establish in the participants the concept of a long-term voluntary simplified lifestyle, the participants of urban garden must be in contact with the land by themselves. This is not only to be self-sufficient in terms of food; being different with the original urban lifestyle, the urban garden experience urges participants to rethink their value of sustainable policies. With the reconsideration of future career, participants may choose to be involved with agriculture, and even migrating to rural areas.

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