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    Title: 客家樟腦產業轉型策略之研究: 以台三線三個案為例
    Authors: 陳瓊伊;Chen,Chiung-Yi
    Contributors: 客家研究碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 客家樟腦;產業轉型;文化創意產業;Hakka;Camphor Industrial Restructuring;Cultural and Creative Industry
    Date: 2015-06-25
    Issue Date: 2015-07-30 20:17:37 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 二次大戰後,原臺灣總督府專賣事業由我國政府接收,在美援挹注下,臺
    成重要原料也逐漸喪失優勢。自1968 年樟腦產業開放民營後,因合成樟腦替代
    訪談題綱進行訪談,最後將訪談內容運用質化軟體MAXQDA 分析整理歸納後
    關鍵;Traditional camphor industry was losing its competitive advantage in
    Taiwan after World War II. From 1968, the industry was impacted by the depletion
    of camphor resources causing many workers left the industry. Moreover, the
    development of chemical industries substituted many camphor-related products with
    synthetic camphor resulting the falling of the industry. Even the government
    privatized the monopoly of camphor companies, the industry, still, cannot cope up
    with the business trends in its original market. However, recent development in
    Hakka community has shed a way for the camphor industry. The Hakka people
    develop organic camphor products with their own brand names and embed
    environmental friendly concepts on their creative product developments. The
    products give the camphor industry a hope that the traditions in camphor industry
    can be extended and the new business value created can revival the industry and
    further benefit the Hakka community.
    Traditional camphor industry is one of the main economic activities of
    Hakka community in Taiwan. The industry embedded Hakka’s traditional culture,social, and entrepreneurship that recent developments of industrial restructure have
    created substantial impacts on the community. This study investigates the impacts of
    the developments through literature reviews and in-depth interviews and processes the collected data with MAXQDA analysis tools. The results indicates the impacts as
    1). Presentations of Hakka culture in upgraded camphor industry.
    2). Enhancements in quality and innovation in the competitive Hakka camphor
    3). Regenerations culture through Hakka brand names and traditional skills.
    4). Preservations the value of Hakka cultural landscape.
    5). Promotions of Hakka entrepreneurship.
    The findings from this study can provide knowledge for Hakka community to inherent of traditional culture, motivate local business activities, and create value for green economy.
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