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Daechuri as Symbolic Battleground: Failure to Integrate Divergent Frames for Conflict Interpretation

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Authors
Kwon, Hyang-Won
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, Vol.27 No.3, pp. 27-45
Keywords
policy conflictframe analysiscommunicative resolutionDaechuri
Abstract
This study examined how government negotiators and opponents different frames for construing others motivations prevented a settlement and intensified the Daechuri policy conflict over appropriation of land for a military base. Although communication- and consensus-based processes have been acknowledged as useful methods of conflict resolution, the issue of how participants divergent definitions and interpretations of the situation may inhibit effective communication has rarely been empirically examined. Employing frame analysis, this study explored how two parties motivations and issue interpretations were persistently mismatched over time without reaching consensus. The results revealed that government negotiators tended to oversimplify opponents motivations as being economically driven, while they were in fact more complicated. These results suggest that communicative negotiation will not likely be conducive to effective conflict resolution unless it is based on thorough understanding of the situation.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/80023
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