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Annals of Tourism Research,
Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 355-376,
(2010)
PREPARED BY:
NORHASIMAH BT HAMIM
2013838972
MASTER IN TOUR...
INTRODUCTION
 One medium for capturing this wider process of
collaboration within the goals of development,
sustainabilit...
OBJECTIVE/S OF THE STUDY
Aims to:-
 Examine collaboration, to distinguish different forms
of conflict, and to analyze the...
COLLABORATION & CONFLICT:
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Collective Action and Identity Approaches:-
 Collective action requi...
COLLABORATION & CONFLICT:
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Social Exchange Approaches:-
 In mutually dependent relations, each ...
THE BAEKJE HISTORY REPRODUCTION
COMPLEX (BHRC), BUYEO, KOREA
Research Strategy:-
 First, examine the history and chronolo...
THE BAEKJE HISTORY REPRODUCTION
COMPLEX (BHRC), BUYEO, KOREA
Background:-
 The BHRC project was designed to preserve the
...
FINDINGS
Stakeholder Perceptions
a) Sensing the problem, and
b) The breakdown of trust.
Substantive Issues and Problems
a)...
FINDINGS
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FINDINGS
03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea10
CONCLUSION
The significance of the paper:-
 Highlighting the different forms of conflict and arguing that
these present d...
GALLERY
03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea12
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  1. 1. Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 355-376, (2010) PREPARED BY: NORHASIMAH BT HAMIM 2013838972 MASTER IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT CONFLICT AND PROGRESS: Tourism Development in Korea BY: LEE, T. J., RILEY, M. & HAMPTON, M. P.
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  One medium for capturing this wider process of collaboration within the goals of development, sustainability and governance is tourism policy.  Vernon, Essex, Pinder and Curry (2005) confirm the need for public sector leadership in tourism development.  Prominent within these strategies is increasing attention directed at face-to-face interactions between representatives in the public, semi-public, private and voluntary sectors. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea2
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE/S OF THE STUDY Aims to:-  Examine collaboration, to distinguish different forms of conflict, and to analyze the relationship between conflict and inertia.  Investigates the momentum of a project encumbered with a differential power structure, conflicts of interest and of interpretation to show how it continues despite ceaseless problems and inertia. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea3
  4. 4. COLLABORATION & CONFLICT: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS Collective Action and Identity Approaches:-  Collective action requires three conditions; a) There must be grievance, b) ‘common consciousness’ and c) An awareness by an individual not only that they feel something towards the cause but that they know that others (not known to them) feel as they do.  Stakeholders are usually groups and once relationships acquire, group dimensions; both collaboration and conflict; can be seen as inter-group behavior – theoretical basis of Social Identity Theory (SIT). 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea4
  5. 5. COLLABORATION & CONFLICT: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS Social Exchange Approaches:-  In mutually dependent relations, each actor values some outcomes that are under the control of the interaction partner – collaborative structure as source of harmony. Structure and Dynamics Approaches:-  Identifies attributes, conditions or factors that, if present, determine collaboration performance.  Four central concerns emerge: (1) the identification of stakeholders; (2) the motivation to participate; (3) structure; and (4) purpose. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea5
  6. 6. THE BAEKJE HISTORY REPRODUCTION COMPLEX (BHRC), BUYEO, KOREA Research Strategy:-  First, examine the history and chronology of the development through secondary documentation including media reports,  Second, structured interviews to examine reflections upon the residual relationships. Sample:-  Five (5) main stakeholder groups and one additional third-party sector which is the mass media. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea6 CASE STUDY
  7. 7. THE BAEKJE HISTORY REPRODUCTION COMPLEX (BHRC), BUYEO, KOREA Background:-  The BHRC project was designed to preserve the traditional culture of the Buyeo area, revive the Baekje Dynasty’s historic relics and revitalized the socially stagnant region.  BHRC conceived in 1992 by the Ministry of Construction and Transportation.  The BHRC Project’s:- a) Stakeholders and the Distribution of Power, b) Consultation and Collaboration History, and c) Budgetary History. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea7 CASE STUDY
  8. 8. FINDINGS Stakeholder Perceptions a) Sensing the problem, and b) The breakdown of trust. Substantive Issues and Problems a) The complexity of the governance structure, b) Problems of historical attribution and interpretation, c) The double-standard egotistic behavior of local business people, d) Lack of professional human resources, e) Compensation expectations, f) Human resource management issues, and g) Getting it wrong. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea8
  9. 9. FINDINGS 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea9
  10. 10. FINDINGS 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea10
  11. 11. CONCLUSION The significance of the paper:-  Highlighting the different forms of conflict and arguing that these present distinctive problems for any resolution mechanism built into collaborative frameworks.  The end-product of lack of collaboration is not necessarily conflict but an infectious inertia.  Approaches to collaboration studies outlined in the literature review can be enhanced by positivist structural analysis. The conclusion, analysis must incorporate an exploration of how national culture influences organizing and organization structure. 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea11
  12. 12. GALLERY 03/04/2015 Conflict and Progress_Tourism Development in Korea12

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