This study started from the recognition that social conflict was inevitable in the process of public policy-making related to spatial plans and the conflict had an influence on various components of a relevant society. This study aims at analyzing the regional impact of locational conflicts related to public facilities and providing an empirical basis to make recommendations for minimizing the negative impact of locational conflicts. Case studies were conducted to analyze the social impact in the regions concerned with specific locational conflicts. To achieve these objectives, chapter 2 reviews the conventional theories on social conflicts and derives 10 hypothesis in relation to the impacts according to the typology of the conflicts. It also examined key factors behind the locational conflicts in reference to public facilities and suggested the framework for assessing the effects of the factors.
Chapter 3 examined the three cases of locational conflicts in Korea on the basis of theoretical review in chapter 2. Two conflict cases among NIMBY facility conflicts and one case in PIMFY facility conflicts were selected for empirical analysis. In order to gather more information concerning the conflicts, in-depth surveys were conducted along with a literature and data investigations, questionnaires and interviews. Using these surveys as a basis, the conflict impacts were assessed according to the framework established in chapter 2. The impacts were classified into social, economic, institutional and executive categories in regional terms.
- 공공시설 입지갈등이 지역사회에 미치는 영향 연구(The regional impacts of locational conflicts related to public facilities)
- 박형서; 김상욱; 정윤희; 강태수
공공시설 입지갈등이 지역사회에 미치는 영향 연구(The regional impacts of locational conflicts related to public facilities)
|Series Title; No||국토연 / 2004-7|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Territorial Development < National Land Development|