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Conflict dynamics in coastal zones : a perspective using the example of Languedoc-Rousillon (France)

Abstract : Most rapidly changing areas are beset by intensified conflicts of use, where the environmental dimension plays an increasingly important role. These antagonistic situations represent a challenge for continuing and launching territorial public actions for integrated resource management. This contribution aims to highlight the socio-spatial dynamics of conflicts of use relating to the environment and provides methodological elements to characterise the conflictual processes at work in rapidly changing areas. It sets out elements of research on the Languedoc-Roussillon coastal zone, based on the hypothesis that sustainable management of territories' gains by being acquainted with conflict mechanisms (the emergence factor, modes of dissent, methods of regulation) and the actors involved (role, organisation, strategies), in time and in space. An interpretative framework for the conflictual processes relating to the environment is proposed, in order to provide a complementary analysis of the typologies of existing conflicts.
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Anne Cadoret. Conflict dynamics in coastal zones : a perspective using the example of Languedoc-Rousillon (France). Journal of Coastal Conservation: planning and management, Springer Verlag, 2009, 13 (2-3), pp.151-163. ⟨10.1007/s11852-009-0048-9⟩. ⟨hal-00627710⟩

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