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Political culture, governance and climate change adaptation : Case study of South Korea

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  • Political culture, governance and climate change adaptation
  • Park, Keumjoo
  • University of Exeter


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Title Political culture, governance and climate change adaptation
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Case study of South Korea

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Park, Keumjoo

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[Exeter]:University of Exeter

Date 2013-04
Pages 194
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Government and Law < Political Systems
Government and Law < Governance
Holding University of Exeter

Abstract

Many scholars highlight the essence of a participatory governance approach to climate change adaptation and the positive impact of allowing multiple actors participation in the process of decision making as a determinant for successful adaptation to climate change. However, political culture in some societies does not support participation, and people are neither interested nor even aware of political actions. There are very few studies carried out that examine cultural, especially political cultural, influences over governing climate change adaptation. In response to this academic gap, this research aims to investigate how political culture influences a governance approach to climate change adaptation. (The rest omitted)