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A Study on the Experts` Perception for Effective Application of Low Impact Development
Lee, HyunJi; Lee, Junga; You, Soojin; Chon, Jinhyung;
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 Abstract
LID(Low-Impact Development) has received a great deal of attention in the field of urban water management. The spread of LID technologies as a natural drainage system has led to a rise in consideration of the applicability of policy in Korea. In this respect, the purpose of this study is to analyze experts` perception about utilization, applicability of policy, and improvements of LID by using Q-methodology. The sample included 31 experts who were government employees, landscape architects, researchers, and professors related to LID. All participants completed a 28-statement Q-sort task. Data was analyzed by using QUANL computer software. As a result of this study, four distinct experts` perceptions about LID are identified: Policy Enforcement Oriented Type, Expert Understanding Oriented Type, Manual Oriented Type, and Effectiveness Oriented Type. This study suggested appropriate directions related to LID technologies, and it is helpful to apply the domestic type`s LID and increase the efficiency of LID in Korea. However, this study has a limit in which the viewpoint of the researcher intervenes: a complementary searcher is needed to verify the validity by type in policy decision-making.
 Keywords
Policy Enforcement Oriented Type;Expert Understanding Oriented Type;Manual Oriented Type;Effectiveness Oriented Type;Q Methodology;Water Management Policy;
 Language
Korean
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