フィリピンの農村工業における持続性
The Continuity of a Village Industry in a Philippine Community:

Hiroko Nagai
2000 Tonan ajia kenkyu  
This research note aims to explore the e 】 dstence of a traditional village industry in a Philippine community . Tlie Village of Bari is knewn for its pettery within the Province of Antique , It has been producing traditional wares such as water jars , cooking stoves and plant pots for local consumption . The first attempt to develop the pottery of Bari with a new kiln took place in the 1950s . With the Philippine govemment ' s pohcy to promote ceramic industries fer export since the 1980s, the
more » ... ince the 1980s, the Department of Trade and Industly planned and implemented several projects such as forming an association of potters, providing loans , ...md introduction new techn 。1Dgy 。 Despite these effbrts , the pottery of Bari has shown no sign of expansion or growth . It has maintained its traditional structure up to the present . In Bari, pottery has been manufactured by the wives of small fanners and agricultural work − ers who live at the subsistence level . The need to secure a rice supply as well as cash income detemlines the division of labor in the household ; the husband farms rice and the wife makes pottery . Their pri皿 ary goal in making pottery is to meet the basic needs of the household and provide education for their children , Development projects , which endeavored only to improve the manufacturing process , were not appropriate to this socioeconomic situation of the potters. They have not only persisted in their trad童 tional way , however , but also responded as independent artisans tD trends in the local market . For instance , products such as charcoal cooking stoves which carry the name of a brand of propane gas, and a new type of plant pot called ' ' bunsay " 血 dicate the sign of change . It apPears that such innova 廿ons have been able to susta 正 n this vi民 lage indus 廿y .
doi:10.20495/tak.38.2_185 fatcat:kgzyuvjnd5dedhksqlvhoipdda