地域の物語との協和性認知と住民協働事業への参画に関する研究  [in Japanese] A STUDY ON RESIDENTS' PARTICIPATION IN REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE WORKS FOCUSING ON CONFORMITY WITH REGIONAL NARRATIVE  [in Japanese]

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まちづくりを進める上では,住民の自発的な参画が重要となる.本研究では,地域の「物語」に着目し,住民の協働事業への受容意識や参画意識との関連を実証的に検証する.この目的の下,既存の物語研究の知見を踏まえて,地域の物語と住民協働事業との協和性認知が当該事業に対する受容意識や参画意識と関連すると共に,そうした協和性認知の効果が地域愛着に依存しているとの仮説を措定した.この仮説を検証するため,松山市東雲公園におけるコミュニティファーム事業を取り上げ,周辺住民を対象として,本事業に対する受容意識や参画意識,地域の物語との協和性認知や地域愛着についてアンケート調査を行った.その結果,本研究の仮説を支持する結果が得られ,地域住民による協働事業を進める上で,地域の物語が重要な役割を果たすことが示された.

Regional communities can be improved through residents' voluntary contribution. The present study highlights the role of regional narrative in promoting residents' acceptance for and voluntary participation in regional collaborative works. It is assumed that cognitive conformity between regional narrative and collaborative works is associated with residents' acceptance and participation, and that the effect of cognitive conformity depends on place attachment. The study took up a community farm project in Matsuyama city as a case example of regional collaborative works and conducted a questionnaire survey targeting 104 residents. The results indicated that cognitive conformity between regional narrative and collaborative works plays an important role to foster residents' acceptance and voluntary contribution for the works, supporting the hypotheses.

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  • Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management)

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management) 71(5), I_359-I_366, 2015

    Japan Society of Civil Engineers

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