What is the impact of contextual factors on advocacy and policy? Contextual factors can range from internal (the organization, the practice, the environment, the culture, etc.) to external (laws, policies, politics, regulations, etc.). However, whether originating internally or externally, contextual factors have the capability of advancing or hindering an advocacy priority.For this Discussion, you will consider how contextual factors impact policy making, focusing specifically on how these factors might impact your advocacy priority. Consider what contextual factors might promote getting your priority on the agenda, as well as those that might work against it.To prepare:Review resources about contextual factors.Consider how contextual factors will impact your advocacy priority.By Day 3 of Week 4Post a response detailing the following:Which contextual factors will promote getting your advocacy priority on the agenda?Which contextual factors might work against it?