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The Analysis of Intergovernmental Conflict Structure on the Use Water Resource

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2004, 15(3), pp.-
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

Kyung-Deuk, Kwon 1 임정빈 1 장우영 1

1선문대학교

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ABSTRACT

The intergovernmental conflict of water resources has been spreaded since the early 1990s in Korea. The purpose of this article is to search for strategies of analyzing main conflict issue about water resources. For the purpose of this study, this article examines conflict factors, analyzes conflict structure and suggests the strategies of intergovernmental conflict management concerning water resources. The main factors of intergovernmental conflict of water resources are the increased demand of water, discord of expense and convenience, technological complexity, and imperfect management institution. These factors have played major roles in developing complexity and deepening intergovernmental conflict. The case of intergovernmental conflict about Janggok-chwisujang establishment between Jecheon si and Yeongwol gun has been analyzed in this study. This case is about water resources conflicts between two local governments that represents intergovernmental conflict concerning preservation flux decision that considers absence of definite water rights. Instead of the monolithic perspective that is 'solution of conflict vs. dissolution', this study especially provides a new perspective that is 'solution of conflict vs. repression of conflict ' for more objective explanations.

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