TROPICAL GEOGRAPHY ›› 2016, Vol. 36 ›› Issue (4): 556-563.doi: 10.13284/j.cnki.rddl.002859

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Construction of Residential Landscape in Tourism Destination Morphology Evolution of Tourism Localization: A Case Study of the Hani Mushroom Houses Based on Local Oral History

TANG Guorong,ZHANG Jinhe,SUN Jinkun,PENG Hongsong,ZHANG Yu   

  1. (Department of Land Resources and Tourism Sciences,Nanjing University,Nanjing 210023,China)
  • Received:2016-01-19 Online:2016-07-05 Published:2016-07-05

Abstract: The impact of tourism on the evolution of landscape patterns of traditional houses, is an important topic in current regional tourism culture research. Taking Hani mushroom houses in Qingkou, Yuanyang, Yunnan, as a case, this paper uses the method of local oral history to derive the construction mechanism of local tourism interpretation of Hani mushroom houses. The results are as follows: 1) there exist morphological differences in the three stages of the evolution of the local characterization of Hani mushroom houses. 2) the tourism localization is the process of local style reconstruction when the locality features are threaten to be weakened, during which the main bodies such as resources, power, capital and knowledge play the functions of mechanism, image and knowledge construction effect, and the interaction force among the main bodies gives impact on the main direction of residential morphology derivation. 3) during the process the relation between the dwelling environment demands and the localization construction of the tourism place should be in harmony, and the situation beyond locality in the tourist place should be avoided.

Key words: tourism localization, placeness, residential landscape, oral history, the Hani mushroom house