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PROBLEM ANALYSIS UNDERSTANDING THE STAKEHOLDER-ANALYSIS MODEL
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STAKEHOLDER Stakeholders are people who are directly(or sometimes indirectly) affected by a problem or by a proposed plan of action: those who are experiencing a problem, those whose actions or values are seen as the cause of a problem, or those affected by a proposed solution. Proble m STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER
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STAKEHOLDER-ANALYSIS MODEL ASK YOURSELF: Who has a problem here? Who suffers directly by the problem? Who profits by it? Who cares deeply to get involved? Who will pay for the solution?
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National or state-based groups are easy stakeholders to locate, including activist groups, nonprofits, professional or trade associations. These groups/institutions exist because they share their viewpoints on issues that affect them. Local stakeholders are harder to identify, including individuals, neighborhood associations, social groups, clubs, churches etc. Their stories come to us through media (both print and electronic).
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Stakeholders tend to sound certain about their claims and stands. They are less open-minded than the scholars. They are motivated and will give useful information about the issue, including about the decision makers.
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