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05359347 GSI: Jessuina Perez-Teran Final Exam Essay #1 Based on a group’s ultimate goal, a strategy must be chosen to achieve the goal, the organization must identify specific volunteers to carryout the goal, and then provide the incentives to attract the specific volunteers desired. During this process, all interest groups contain similar dilemmas: attracting members and volunteers who are willing to invest money, time, and energy into the specific lobbying strategies and building a financial structure to support these activities. (Lowi, Ginsberg, and Shepsle, p. 364) Another dilemma is the ability to recruit volunteers for large lobbying strategies, such as boycotts, sit-ins, protests, or marches. One of the incentives is a limited time commitment. This would attract a large amount of diverse people who are willing to spend a few hours of time to help benefit the group, a purposive benefit. A specific example of attracting a wide range of volunteers with the incentive of social benefits
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