Diagnostic reframing of intractable environmental problems: case of a contested multiparty public land-use conflict.

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Intractable conflicts are omnipresent in environmental management. These conflicts do not necessarily resist resolution but need to be fundamentally transformed in order to reach agreement. Reframing, a process that allows disputants to create new alternative understandings of the problem, is one way of transforming these conflicts. Cognitive and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2012.04.041

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