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diffusion of a population-related innovation

Lawrence A. Brown

diffusion of a population-related innovation

the Planned Parenthood affiliate

by Lawrence A. Brown

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Published by Dept. of Geography, Ohio State University in Columbus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America.,
  • Diffusion of innovations.,
  • Birth control -- United States -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lawrence A. Brown, Susan O. Gustavus.
    SeriesStudies in the diffusion of innovation. Discussion paper -- no. 37, Studies in the diffusion of innovation -- no. 37.
    ContributionsPhilliber, Susan Gustavus, 1944-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22420537M

    The Diffusion of a Population-Related Innovation: The Planned Parenthood Affiliate,’ (). The Diffusion of an Innovation Among Physicians,’. Two commonly used models to assess air pollution concentration for investigating health effects of air pollution in epidemiological studies are Land Use Regression (LUR) models and Dispersion and Chemistry Transport Models (DCTM). Both modeling approaches have been applied in the Ruhr area, Germany, a location where multiple cohort studies are being conducted.

    The Development of the American Economy Program income per capita has improved health through better nutrition. 2 Income growth during the last century has enabled the innovation and diffusion of effective medicines and medical treatments. But economic growth has also fouled air and water, producing setbacks and occasional reversals in. hierarchical diffusion. The spread of an idea from persons or nodes of authority or power to other persons or places (celebrity in music, film, sports, politics, and so on) contagious diffusion. The rapid, widespread diffusion of a characteristic throughout the population. (Ex. ideas placed on .

    world migration report This volume is the result of a highly collaborative venture involving a multitude of partners and contributors under the direction of the editors. () Global stabilization of the Hamiltonian system in the two-sector economic growth model* *The research is supported by the Russian Fund of Basic Research (Grants a, ofi-m, ofi-m), by the Program for the Sponsorship of Leading Scientific Schools (Grant NSCH), by the Program of the Presidium of RAS “Dynamic Systems and Control.


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More relevant, though, is the affinity with classical studies on the diffusion of innovation (Rogers, ). In sociology and organizational science, this type of diffusion studies is often framed, theoretically, in the population ecology or early neoinstitutional traditions (Hannan and Freeman, ; Meyer and Rowan, ; Aldrich, ).Cited by: Models for describing the time pattern of the diffusion processes for innovations are used by researchers in various disciplines.

These models are in general binomial models—binomial in the sense that they focus their attention on two causal variables: 1) that part of the population who have already adopted the innovation, and 2) the rest of the population who are potential by: Diffusion and Adoption of Thematic Interpretation at an Interpretive Historic Site The diffusion of a population-related innovation: the planned Underpinning these were perceptions.

Everett Rogers defines diffusion as “the process by which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over time among the members of a social system ” (Rogersemphasis his). Author(s): Brown,L A Title(s): The diffusion of a population-related innovation: the Planned Parenthood affiliate/ L.A.

Brown. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Columbis, Ohio, Ohio State University, Department of Geography, (). They are sites of innovation, high culture, population diversity, and excitement, but they are also sites of high crime, impersonality, and other problems.

Figure During the early 20th century, social scientists at the University of Chicago began to study urban life in general and life in Chicago in particular. It is no secret that the NHS is going through a seismic shift.

The £30bn black hole in its budget combined with an increasingly old and overweight population means the pressure is on to find new, sustainable ways of working. The current set up – one which sees healthcare facilities at the centre and patients as satellites that dip in and out as needed – is about to be turned inside out.

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The Proto-Indo-European homeland (or Indo-European homeland) was the prehistoric urheimat of the Indo-European languages – the region where the proposed common ancestor of those languages, the Proto-Indo-European language (PIE), was originally spoken.

From this region, its speakers migrated east and west, and went on to form the proto-communities of the different branches of the language family. The diffusion of an innovation like M-PESA is difficult to manage because it represents a radical innovation – people have never seen anything like this before.

It is a new product launched into a new market of people who had very little experience of formal financial services. the process of dissemination (the spread of an idea or innovation from its hearth to other places); diffusion occurs through the movement of people, goods, or ideas across space time distance decay the declining degree of acceptance of an idea or innovation with.

Theory of Reasoned Action/Planned Behavior Examples SIPsmartER is a health promotion program implemented in rural southwest Virginia. The goal of the program is to decrease sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among adults. The intervention strategy is based on the Theory of Planned Behavior and includes education through small-group classes.

The IPAT equation, first devised in the s, is a way of determining environmental degradation based on a multiple of factors. At its simplest, it describes how human impact on the environment (I) is a result of a multiplicative contribution of population (P), affluence (A) and technology (T).

Contents note continued: Websites of Interest -- pt. FOUR USING THE DEMOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE -- ch. 11 Population and the Environment -- Economic DevelopmentThe Use and Abuse of Resources -- Economic Development Compared to Economic Growth -- Measuring GNI and Purchasing Power Parity -- How is Population Related to Economic Development.

The Rogers award honors the late Everett M. Rogers, a professor at the Annenberg School who originated diffusion of innovation theory and introduced the term “early adopters.” Presented since on behalf of USC Annenberg by the Lear Center, the award recognizes outstanding scholars and practitioners whose work has made a fundamental.

The relationship between technology and population is a key element in economic growth theories. We offer the first empirical analysis using direct time series data of major science and technology accumulation and growth rate, to determine their relationship with population and population growth rate, upon their progresses of the l years.

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diffusion: Spreading due to the cumulative effect of small random movements. diffusion approximation: A mathematical approximation that describes diffusion using a differential equation.

It describes the spread of chemical concentration or allele frequency through physical space and also the spread of a probability distribution through the. On an application level this connectivity allows access to data that even 5 years earlier were unavailable to the general population.

Related Content A Study on. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Bingham concluded that there were no national diffusion patterns of innovation in local government.

"Diffusion patterns and cue-taking appear to exist, but these patterns are determined largely by the specific innovation" (a: ). Bingham found that the demographic variables rep-resenting community environment, e.g., SES, size, etc.In the most recent poll, 6% of Americans rated the system excellent, 27% said pretty good, 39% rated it fair and 29% rated it poor.

It is theorized that Americans have been "blinded" by the fact that we can afford top notch medical research, some of the most advanced technology in the world and the most modern training and techniques for our clinicians.* Guidelines on population related factors for development planners, UN Economic and Social Council, 61st Session, (E/).

the inexorable rise in numbers since aboutwhen the opening of the early modern period began to reflect the prosperity and development under Mohamed Ali 's regime through a high growth rate of % per annum.