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An Example of the Counterproductive Effects of Spatially Related Governance in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg
and discourse management are particularly affected by this, as local actors have already also intensively engaged in re-interpretating their space. IBA solution strategies in this area are seen not as enabling resilience, but rather as new endangerments.
This paper uses this example to demonstrate that counterproductive effects for a governance arrangement such as that of the IBA can arise from the fundamental interrelation between perceptions of vulnerability and resilience building.
A social scientific perspective on vulnerability and resilience, as developed
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