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1. Surveys and one-to-one questionnaires
Interviews and surveys were used to identify interest groups and to establish their aspirations, values and
relationships with other groups.
2. Social maps
These initial surveys and questionnaires helped the researchers to develop social maps that showed the links,
commonalities and differences within and among the groups.
3. Feedback at public meetings
The social maps were discussed with the interviewees, and further data collected. The process can be an
ongoing one, to map the changes in attitudes and aspirations that occur for identified stakeholders. 4. Details of Stakeholder Analysis
The case study in central Queensland engaged many hundreds of people within the whole Fitzroy and Port
Curtis catchment. Community groups could do this on a small scale in relation to a specific issue, for example
an environmental impact study (EIS).
The research was undertaken across the central Queensland coastal region. It has been applied where there are
many and diffuse activities with diverse...
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This document was uploaded on 03/17/2014.
- Summer '14