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|Author||Kim H.; Kim H.; Woosnam K.M.
|Title||Collaborative governance and conflict management in cultural heritage-led regeneration projects: The case of urban Korea|
Kim H.; Kim H.; Woosnam K.M. Collaborative governance and conflict management in cultural heritage-led regeneration projects: The case of urban Korea,Habitat International 134
|Keywords||Mokpo; South Cholla; South Korea; conflict management; cultural heritage; governance approach; qualitative analysis; stakeholder; urban area
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85148668974&doi=10.1016%2fj.habitatint.2023.102767&partnerID=40&md5=f4ec2bb069806687942119c1ff1189dc
|Abstract||Cultural heritage-led regeneration projects can give rise to multi-faceted conflicts that limit private rights through (re)development activities in the process of conserving community assets. Collaborative governance can be useful as a means of managing these conflicts. Our work sheds light on how collaborative governance can be applicable to conflict management involving ongoing cultural heritage-led regeneration projects within the South Korean city of Mokpo. Using a document-based analysis, qualitative interviews, and an inductive approach, our study addressed the conflict stage and management throughout the regeneration process. Our findings imply that public and private actors' motivations were contingent upon institutions. Additional results suggest that collaborative governance and stakeholders’ interactions can play crucial roles in managing conflicts. © 2023 Elsevier Ltd