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The Perception Gap about Conflict Factors and Solutions by Experience of Returning to Farming
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The Perception Gap about Conflict Factors and Solutions by Experience of Returning to Farming
Lee, Seong-il; Ahn, Min-ji; Kim, Yong-geun;
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 Abstract
Targeting people returning to farming and also people preparing for returning to farming, this study analyzed differences in awareness of conflict factors and conflict management focusing on the conflicts experiencing in the process of their movement and settlement process in rural area. In the results, people preparing for returning to farming showed higher awareness of conflicts and also higher necessity of conflict management than people already returning to farming. Also, both groups preferred individual conflict management to structural conflict management. Based on the results like above, the implications can be summarized like below. First, it would be necessary to have programs informing possible conflicts in advance in the process of returning to farming and also relieving psychological anxiety by providing prior-learning to people preparing for returning to farming. Second, it would be necessary to have individual conflict management measures to establish mutual trust and to form community spirit through regular social gatherings between original residents and people returning to farming. Since the effect of conflict management can be maximized only when the structural and individual conflict managements are properly harmonized, it would be necessary to have the structural conflict management which is relatively felt difficult.
 Keywords
Return to Farming;Conflict Factor;Conflict Solutions;Structural Solutions;Individual Solutions;Perception Gap;
 Language
Korean
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