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Extraction of Evaluation Factors on the Conflicts of Interests in Coastal Area
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Extraction of Evaluation Factors on the Conflicts of Interests in Coastal Area
Yeo, Ki-Tae; Jeong, Hui-Gyun; Yi, Gi-Chul; Suh, Sang-Hyun; Park, Chang-Ho;
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 Abstract
Currently serious conflicts of interests are arisen for the use of coastal area in Korea. However, there no mediation program, mediators` consistent policies and reasonable laws to resolve conflict of interests which may be arisen when developing coastal area. The objective of this study is to lay the evaluation criteria for the formalized objective evaluation among disputants of coastal conflicts for the better understanding and characterizing of coastal conflicts in Korea. In order to do so, this study has adopted for the extraction of the evaluation factors to describe the present conditions of conflicts in the selected study area(Sihwa lake), to analyze the problems, and then to explore alternative approaches for resolving the conflicts. As research methodologies, we have depended upon literature review and field survey methods. As field survey methods, we employed structured questionnaires for the various samples from the experts of research institutes, professors, representatives of NGOs and citizens. Survey results suggested that 5 representative elements comprising 35 detailed elements could be identified. Based on these results, this study was able to identify and classify the evaluation factors and help to resolve coastal conflicts in Korea.
 Keywords
Coastal area;Conflicts resolution;Mediator;PCA(Principal Component Analysis);Evaluation Factors;
 Language
English
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