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In Lewin's force field analysis technique, the status quo can be viewed as a/an: A) state of equilibrium B) restraining force C) non-moveable force D) acceleration force
In Lewin's force field analysis technique, the status quo can be viewed as a STATE OF EQUILIBRIUM.
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In Lewin's force field analysis technique, the status quo can be viewed as a STATE OF EQUILIBRIUM.

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