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

  title={Daechuri as Symbolic Battleground: Failure to Integrate Divergent Frames for Conflict Interpretation},
  author={Kwon Hyang Won},
  journal={The Korean Journal of Policy Studies},
  • Kwon Hyang Won
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • The Korean Journal of Policy Studies
This study examined how government negotiators` and opponents`different frames for construing others` motivations prevented a settlement andintensified the Daechuri policy conflict over appropriation of land for a militarybase. Although communication- and consensus-based processes have beenacknowledged as useful methods of conflict resolution, the issue of how participants`divergent definitions and interpretations of the situation may inhibit effectivecommunication has rarely been empirically… 
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