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《景观研究(英文版)》 2013-Z1
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Exploration of the “Living” Protection of Historic Blocks in South of the Yangtze River—A Case Study of Ancient Shajiabang Town, Changshu City

JIANG Li, MA Jianmei (Changshu Institute of Technology, Changshu, Jiangsu 215501, China)  
Historic blocks that focus only on protection of tangible constructed environment have shown various disadvantages and gradually lost their originality, according to the investigation. Protection of historic blocks should attach more importance to maintaining original lifestyles and community customs, protecting intangible contents and cultural diversity. The authors proposed that protection of historic blocks should follow the principle of "putting protection and repair on the top priority, using reasonably" and stress the "living" protection. There are three patterns of "living" protection, specifically, joint participation of local residents, construction of education base, moderate tourism development. Vitality of local economy can be enhanced and social humanistic environment protected effectively by improving the locals’ living environment, so as to show true care for the people living in the historic block, and bring historic blocks to the real life.
【Fund】: Supported by 2012 Philosophical and Social Science Research Guide Project of Universities and Colleges Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education (2012SJD760001)
【CateGory Index】: K928.5
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