*  International Marketing
Diffusion of innovation. Good new innovations often do not spread as quickly as one might expect-e.g., although the technology ... Products tend to be adopted more quickly in the United States and Japan, for example, so once the demand for a product (say, ... For example, American culture has changed a great deal since the 1950s, while the culture of Saudi Arabia has changed much less ... Innovations are more likely to spread where there is a higher percentage of women in the work force; these women both have more ...
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*  Descriptive adequacy of the S-curve model in diachronic studies of language change - Terttu Nevalainen
Figure 1. The diffusion of innovations according to Rogers (2003). Successive groups of people adopting an innovation are shown ... In linguistics, the S-curve has been adopted at least from the early 1950s on to model the diffusion of linguistic change ( ... Going back to sociological research on the diffusion of innovations across populations, this model has also been adopted by ... Diffusion of Innovations. 5th edn. New York: Simon & Schuster.. Schl├╝ter, Julia. 2013. "Using historical literature databases ...
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*  Pro-innovation bias - Wikipedia
In diffusion of innovation theory, a pro-innovation bias is the belief that an innovation should be adopted by whole society ... A feeling of nuclear optimism emerged in the 1950s in which it was believed that all power generators in the future would be ... ISBN 978-0-8194-3037-3. Rogers, Everett (August 16, 2003). Diffusion of Innovations. Free Press. p. 512. ISBN 0-7432-2209-1. ... The innovation's "champion" has such strong bias in favor of the innovation, that he/she may not see its limitations or ...
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*  Breaking the Mold: An Educational Perspective on Diffusion of Innovation/An Interview with Peter Korsching - Wikibooks, open...
The diffusion curve may be much steeper than in the past. People continue to adopt some innovations very slowly, others very ... Well, in the 1940s and 1950s, the Diffusion of Innovations Model was largely developed and refined within the Community Control ... He used the diffusion model throughout his work.. J. Christensen: Do you think that the study of innovation diffusion ... The Diffusion Model and much of the early research on the adoption and diffusion of innovations literature suggests that ...
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*  Diffusion of innovations - Wikipedia
Failed diffusionEdit. Failed diffusion does not mean that the technology was adopted by no one. Rather, failed diffusion often ... early 1950s at the University of Chicago attempting to assess the cost-effectiveness of broadcast advertising on the diffusion ... Diffusion of Innovations, by Jon Roland, summarizing ideas in the field.. *Diffusion of Innovations, Strategy and Innovations. ... The pro-innovation bias, in particular, implies that all innovation is positive and that all innovations should be adopted.[1] ...
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*  Diffusion of innovations - Wikipedia
... about adopting an innovation in education. The Pencil Metaphor on diffusion of innovation. Diffusion of Innovations, by Jon ... early 1950s at the University of Chicago attempting to assess the cost-effectiveness of broadcast advertising on the diffusion ... Failed diffusion does not mean that the technology was adopted by no one. Rather, failed diffusion often refers to diffusion ... The pro-innovation bias, in particular, implies that all innovation is positive and that all innovations should be adopted. ...
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*  Development Communication and Policy Sciences - Wikipedia
... the decision to adopt or reject the innovation (adoption or rejection), and (d) the confirmation of the innovation by the ... Diffusion of Innovations. New York: Free Press. Rogers, E.M. and Schoemaker, F. (1973). Communication of Innovations. New York ... The 1950s was the decade of the communication model. Interestingly, one of the earliest and most influential of these came not ... stressed the adoption and diffusion processes of cultural innovation. Modernization is here conceived as a process of diffusion ...
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*  Communication for social change - Wikipedia
Development in Latin America has been discussed since the early 1950s and began with the diffusion of innovations concept where ... The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are an official set of universal goals created by world leaders and adopted by the ... to take part in the development process more so to educate members of the community and to encompass popular innovations and ...
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*  The intellectual structure and substance of the knowledge utilization field: A longitudinal author co-citation analysis, 1945...
Although innovation diffusion theory is often described as Rogers' "Theory of Innovation Diffusion", it is more accurate to ... Shaperman J, Backer TE: The role of knowledge utilization in adopting innovations from academic medical centers. Hosp Health ... By the mid-1950s, a group of rural sociologists had filled in the major elements. Lionberger's 1960 "Adoption of New Ideas and ... is diffusion of innovation. The history of the development of innovation diffusion as a research tradition is well-documented [ ...
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*  Land-use forecasting - Wikipedia
One can imagine an analyst elsewhere reading Lowry and thinking, "Yes, I can do that." The diffusion of innovations of the ... In brief, the CATS analysis of the 1950s was "by mind and hand" distribute growth. The product was maps developed with a rule- ... One of the models, the Lowry model, was widely adopted. Supported at first by local organizations and later by a Ford ... It scoped well beyond the CATS and Lowry efforts, especially taking advantage of things that had come along in the late 1950s. ...
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*  Cultural Inheritance and Fertility Outcomes: An Analysis from Evolutionary and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
She suggested that geographic diffusion of the innovation of fertility limitation within marriage was the key to fertility ... Using the US as an example, the total fertility rate (TFR) was 3.2 in the early 1950s. The rate then dropped to 2.9 in the mid- ... If children consistently adopt the traits of their parents in the absence of other forces, the composition of cultural traits ... Our research examines individual level data and indicates that the diffusion effect of culture on fertility makes sense not ...
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*  Consumerization - Wikipedia
The associated software innovations are equally important in areas such as algorithms, artificial intelligence, and Big Data. ... One of the more serious negative implications of consumerization is that security controls have been slower to be adopted in ... Meanwhile, it is argued that consumerization of IT embodies more than consumer IT diffusion, but a chance for considerable ... the consumerization of refrigeration occurred in the 1910s through 1950s. The consumerization of IT is believed to have been ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consumerization
*  Organizational theory - Wikipedia
... people analyzed the diffusion of technological innovations within Western society and the communication that helped it disperse ... There was a wave of scholarly attention to organizational theory in the 1950s, which from some viewpoints held the field to ... that the environment will eliminate organizations that adopt non-efficient solutions" (Dobbin 138). These laws govern the ... This period was labeled[by whom?] anti-modernization, because it saw the push of innovations of Western society onto developing ...
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*  SHORT WAVES OF SUPERMARKET DIFFUSION IN TURKEY - PDF
21 SHORT WAVES OF SUPERMARKET DIFFUSION IN TURKEY Abstract Martin FRANZ, Alexandra APPEL, Markus HASSLER In order to categorize ... the Turkish retail sector from the 1950s shows how the so-called supermarket revolution was based on short waves of innovations ... In 1954, the Turkish government adopted a liberal FDI Law, but still the FDI inflows were very limited (Yavan, 2010). The ... Finland must take a leap towards new innovations Finland must take a leap towards new innovations Innovation Policy Guidelines ...
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*  culture : Wikis (The Full Wiki)
Diffusion of innovations theory presents a research-based model of why and when individuals and cultures adopt new ideas, ... In the 1950s Robert Redfield and students of Julian Steward pioneered "community studies," namely, the study of distinct ... Additionally, cultural ideas may transfer from one society to another, through diffusion or acculturation. In diffusion, the ... "Stimulus diffusion" (the sharing of ideas) refers to an element of one culture leading to an invention or propagation in ...
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*  ENTAC - Wikipedia
Zarzecki, Thomas W., Arms diffusion: the spread of military innovations in the international system, Routledge, c. 2002, ISBN ... France - First adopted in 1957. India - Around 2,000 ordered in 1967 and delivered from 1968-71. Replaced by the MILAN from ... Developed in the early 1950s, the weapon entered service with the French army in 1957. Production ended in 1974 after ...
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*  Armed forces facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Armed forces
Parker, Geoffrey. The Military Revolution: Military Innovation and the Rise of the West, 1500-1800. Cambridge, U.K., 1988. ... In the 1950s U.S. Army researchers concluded that in battles between German and American units in World War II the German units ... Cultural Foundations of Military Diffusion. Review of International Studies 32: 69-91. ... In the 1760s Gribeauval advocated similar technological reforms to those adopted in Austria. He also tried to establish the ...
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*  Consumer behaviour - Wikipedia
The diffusion of innovations according to Rogers. As successive groups of consumers adopt the innovation(shown in blue), its ... By the 1950s, marketing began to adopt techniques used by motivation researchers including depth interviews, projective ... New product adoption and diffusion of innovations[edit]. See also: Diffusion of innovations and Bass diffusion model ... initially few members adopt the innovation but over time, successive, overlapping waves of people begin to adopt the innovation ...
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*  Search Results - - 88 Results - Digital Library
By using the diffusion of innovation theory, an observed pattern of Hispanics' adoption of technology, advertisements, ... The Dallas Arts District is one example of a city where museum art education is in conflict: being adopted more vigorously by ... Description: From the socially conservative 1950s to the permissive 1970s, this project explores the ways in which insanity in ... Diffusion Of Location Based Services And Targeting Us Hispanics: A Case Study Description: This study reviews factors that ...
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*  Applied Materials | Semiconductor Manufacturing & Design Community
It was never adopted because the precision was not high enough, so there were a lot of errors. But the brain doesn't think in ... Steegen said innovation is increasingly being done by the system vendors, as they figure out how to combine different ICs in ... For contacts and MOL, the Co-Ti liner prevents diffusion into the spacer oxide, Arghavani said. "There is no (resistance) ... to the programmable system era in 1950s, which we are still using. "We are entering the era of what we call cognitive computing ...
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*  Printing | publishing | Britannica.com
19th-century innovations. In the course of the 19th century several important innovations laid the foundation for a number of ... In the 1950s the BBR system, named by the initials of three inventors in France, introduced programmed composition. Starting ... In the 19th century the textile manufacturers of Lyon adopted it for printing textiles. In the 1930s in Great Britain and the ... and lithographic reproduction of the full range of tones of a photographic document by using the effect of the diffusion of ...
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*  Determinants of adoption of poultry technology: a double-hurdle approach
The decision to adopt any single innovation depends on the availability of interrelated inputs (Wozniak 1984). This suggests ... Based on the innovation-diffusion literature (Adesina and Forson 1995), it is hypothesized that extension visit is positively ... In Ethiopia, poultry research and extension (distribution of exotic breeds) started in the late 1950s. Since then higher ... In principle, the decisions on whether to adopt and how much to adopt can be made jointly or separately (Berhanu and Swinton ...
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*  Free trade jh
By the 1950s and 1960s London in 1854 that cholera is spread by contaminated fewer and fewer children and young people were ... providers in the US health market to adopt those new Trade in services services" (Pollock & Price, 2000). Finally, critics ... abandoning the old protectionist policies of the post-war But much of this economic growth and diffusion of period. Chief among ... lowering the costs of trade can speed up the knowledge and innovation of more affluent parts of the rate at which proven ...
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*  Dub music - Wikipedia
Dub was adopted by some punk rock groups of the 90s, with bands such as Rancid and NOFX writing original songs in a dub style. ... In the early 1950s the sound system was merely nothing more than a turntable, amplifier, and pair of speakers. Since then in ... and their innovations have in turn influenced the mainstream of the dub genre. In the UK, Europe, Japan, Australia and America ... sound system would be an individual who deals with a mechanical system consisting of musical amplification and diffusion. This ...
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*  The Hidden (in Plain Sight) Persuaders - The New York Times
"Diffusion of Innovation," by Everett Rogers -- but it has become extremely popular over the past five years or so. Seth Godin, ... The graph is meant to show the pattern by which ideas or products or behaviors are adopted, and it looks like a hill: on the ... into a best seller in the 1950's; it is what gave birth to the consumer-rights movement of the 1970's; and it is what alarms ...
  https://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/05/magazine/the-hidden-in-plain-sight-persuaders.html