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Unformatted text preview: en stakeholders and interest groups. 5. Outcomes The main changes for participating stakeholders were that • People’s attitudes changed; and • People developed greater capacity to participate in decision-making processes. For the researchers, the stakeholder analysis process confirmed that stakeholder analysis can: • Identify possible areas of commonality and for negotiation, and thus address potential areas of conflict prior to a process of community consultation • Broaden the scope of ideas and knowledge incorporated in community consultative processes • Give disenfranchised and overlooked individuals and groups a voice in a democratic process. 6. Strengths The strengths of stakeholder analysis are that it: • Identifies those with a stake in a proposal or issue who may otherwise be overlooked by traditional consultative processes. • Provides options for finding common ground that will allow groups in conflict to find ways to work together for common goals. • Provides bases for negotiation that may overcome conflict. • Provides a more structur...
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