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An Analysis of Stakeholder Conflicts in Regeneration of Urban Spaces (Case Study: Tehran's 30 Tir Street)
Hadiseh Gheysari1, Atoosa Modiri *1, Hossein Kalantari Khalil Abad2
1- Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
2- Academic Jihad Research Institute, Tehran, Iran
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Objectives: One of the obstacles facing the regeneration of urban spaces is the failure of regeneration projects to "resolve stakeholder conflicts", which leads to the failure of these programs. In the current study, focusing on the 3rd street as one of the recreated urban spaces, an attempt was made to answer these two questions, what conflicts exist in the reconstruction of the 3rd street space between its beneficiaries and how each of the beneficiaries Do they understand and value conflicts?
Methodology: By using a two-step hybrid method, first the conflicts of stakeholders were identified and then these conflicts were evaluated. Participants in the qualitative section included 30 people and in the quantitative section included 190 project beneficiaries. Data analysis was done in the qualitative part using the open and axial coding method and in the quantitative part based on the mean comparison test and one-way analysis of variance.
Results: In this project, 64 cases of conflicts between five groups of main stakeholders were identified, of which 41 cases were conflicts of interests and the rest were behavioral, cognitive and normative conflicts. The results showed that the pattern of stakeholders facing each other in Si Tir Street is a kind of bipolar where the municipality and stall holders are on one side and residents, shopkeepers, pedestrians and other stakeholders are on the other side. For this reason, the process of understanding and accepting conflicts faces serious obstacles.
Conclusion: The final result of the present study was that in the C-Tir Street project, due to the non-consideration of conflict resolution mechanisms by the project implementing institutions, conflicts gradually turn from simple forms to more complex patterns. Therefore, before the implementation of urban redevelopment projects, its social, economic, and physical background and context should be carefully examined, focusing on the conflict of stakeholders.
Keywords: Conflict Management, Key Stakeholders, Urban Regeneration, Tehran
Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Planning
Received: 2023/01/15 | Accepted: 2023/03/8 | Published: 2023/04/9
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Gheysari H, Modiri A, Kalantari Khalil Abad H. An Analysis of Stakeholder Conflicts in Regeneration of Urban Spaces (Case Study: Tehran's 30 Tir Street). GeoRes 2023; 38 (1) :1001-1014
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