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Interdisciplinary conflict analysis and conflict mitigation in local resource management

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Karl Bruckmeier
Publicerad i Ambio
Volym 34
Nummer/häfte 2
Sidor 65-73
ISSN 0044-7447
Publiceringsår 2005
Publicerad vid Institutionen för omvärldsstudier av människans villkor, avdelningen för humanekologi
Sidor 65-73
Språk en
Ämnesord local resource management, conflict mitigation
Ämneskategorier Vatten i natur och samhälle, Natur- och landskapsvård, Empirisk konfliktforskning, Teknik och social förändring

Sammanfattning

Within the Swedish research program SUCOZOMA (Sustainable Coastal Zone Management) several conflict studies have been carried out. Whereas the detailed results of these studies are published separately, this paper reviews important results from conflict research in combination with a summarizing and generalizing discussion of approaches and main results of SUCOZOMA's resource and conflicts studies. After an analysis of interdisciplinary and theoretical research about environmental and resource use conflicts, the methodology used in SUCOZOMA is presented, a combined stakeholder and conflict analysis. It can be summarized in four main points: i) to map the stakeholders and their interests; ii) to analyse the conflicts; iii) to develop methods for conflict mitigation and cooperation with stakeholders; iv) to integrate these components in a system for the management of natural resources. Exemplary case studies of resource use conflicts have been carried out at the Swedish west and east coast including coastal fishery, mussel culture, coastal planning and specific conflicts such as between species protection (seals) and coastal fishery. Researchers are involved as experts and as conflicting parties, and the role of scientists as stakeholders deserves special attention in conflict research. Conflict management is not only for the solution of present conflicts, but part of integrated resource management systems where knowledge transfer, institutional development, collective learning of scientific, political and administrative actors, and cooperation between scientists and resource users can occur.

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