11 J. Food L. & Pol'y 229 (2015)
Mediating the GM Foods Debate: Lessons from the Enduring Conflict Framework

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         MEDIATING THE GM FOODS DEBATE: LESSONS FROM THE
                  ENDURING CONFLICT FRAMEWORK

                Dr. Lisa F. Clark, * Michaela J Keet, **
                      &Dr. Camille D. Ryan***

I. INTRODUCTION      .................................................230
II. MODELS OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND THE ENDURING CONFLICT
   FRAMEWORK..............................................233
III. REGULATORY STRUCTURES AS UNDERSTOOD BY GOVERNMENT AND
   INDUSTRY..............     ............................ .......236
   A. Structure as Understood in the ECF............... ......236
   B. Government.      ....................................236
   C. Industry......................................239
   D. Interpretation ofStructure and Contributions to Conflict.............240
IV. VALUES AND IDENTITY AS UNDERSTOOD BY GOVERNMENT AND
   INDUSTRY...................................     ..............242
   A. The Importance of Values and Identity to the ECF..... .....242
   B. Government..............      ................. .....243
   C. Industry...................................    .....245
V. IDENTIFYING SPACES FOR CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT USING THE
   ECF.............................               ...............247
   A. Structure..................................    ......248
   B. Values and Identity ........................... .....249
VI. CONCLUSION...............................................250


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