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- Problematization - the definition of the nature of the problem in a specific situation by an actor (a group or an individual) and the consequential establishment of dependency
- Interessement - "locking" other actors into the roles that were proposed for them in the actor's programme for resolving that problem
- Enrolment - the definition and interrelation of the roles that were allocated to other actors in the previous step
- Mobilization - ensuring that supposed spokespersons for relevant collective entities are properly representative of those
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