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    Title: The Case Study of Unattended Spaces Successfully Progressed into Leisure Spaces in Taichung County Taiwan
    Authors: Chang Shin-pin
    Contributors: Department of Leisure and Recreation Management
    Keywords: Community development;community environmental reform;unattended space;leisure space
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-11-16 16:06:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: The Environmental Protection Administration of Taiwan has promoted its community environmental reform project for 10 years. Transfering unattended space into leisure space in the community is one of the main objectives of the project. The objective of this research was to understand how the unattended spaces have been changed into leisure spaces and the openions of residents concerning the process of the change.
    Five communities assisted from Bureau of Environmental Protection, Taichung County, promoted as the ten top environmental progress communities, were selected as the research examples. Qualitative inquiry was used to interview five the cadre of the environment voluntary worker organization, ten residents or environment voluntary workers from each community during the period of April to June 2008. The results of this study were the followings:
    Private unattended spaces, public unatended spaces and wasted parks were the main categories of space to be improved. The main reasons of these spaces in the community selected as the environment progress places were wild grass and garbage covered, and spaces not used for a while. Those spaces can be qualified as the potential environment progress spaces at the selected communities to get effective results. To conduct the inducements to attract community to participate the environment progress program, to get supports from the cadre the cadre of the environment voluntary worker organization or other organizations in the community, the environments progressed from a small size to a big size, to encourage residents voluntarily to improve the environments of their community were the successful reasons of those communities.
    The results of this research are expected to help the potential community to improve their environments as examples.
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