(SOLVED) MPH509 Module 6: Group Policy Activity: Part 3 – Force-Field Analysis

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Group Policy Activity: Part 3 Force-Field Analysis

The force-field analysis will help you think through who is for your policy objective and who is against it. It will help you determine the best strategies to employ in achieving your objective. For potential strategy ideas, consult the following website:

As individuals, identify factors that can positively push you toward your ideal situation (driving forces), and the factors that impede you from reaching your ideal situation (restraining forces). Your responses should be grounded in your group discussion and reflect your group’s force-field analysis.

Post questions for this activity to the Q & A Forum should you need additional support.

Submit your file by 11:59 pm (MT), Sunday, end of Week 6.


Part 3 – Force-Field Analysis

As in our group’s field forces analysis, our four driving forces are: First, increasing awareness of the need to reduce the number of gun related deaths in the country. This awareness can enable Americans to have a more open dialogue and contribute into the debate on the way to go about regulating guns in the country. Second is mobilization and membership recruitment to create awareness. Mobilization and membership recruitment by anti-gun organizations such as the brandy campaign is a welcome move as it can aid in creating awareness and advocating for banning of assault rifles. Third, direct support by….

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