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DOIDivision of Interest
DOIDigital Object Identifier
DOIDepartment of the Interior (US)
DOIDirection of Investment
DOIDepartment Of Insurance
DOIDivision of Insurance
DOIDivision of Instruction (various locations)
DOIDate of Incorporation
DOIDivision of Information (Australian National University)
DOIDepth of Inheritance (metric)
DOIDomain Of Interpretation
DOIDeclaration of Independence
DOIDefinition of Insanity
DOIDirectorate of Instruction
DOIDistinctness of Image
DOIDouble Opt In (email)
DOIDischarge of Indebtedness
DOIData Overrun Interrupt
DOIDepartment of Infrastructure (Australia)
DOIDays of Inventory
DOIDate of Injury
DOIDeclaration of Intent (legal)
DOIDied Of Injuries
DOIDate of Issuance
DOIDegree of Interference
DOIDigital Opportunity Initiative
DOI2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Iodoamphetamine (hallucinogenic drug)
DOIDate of Introduction
DOIDepartment of Intelligence
DOIDiagramme Objet Interaction (French: Object Interaction Diagram)
DOIDate of Invoice
DOIDigital Orthorectified Imagery
DOIDocument-Oriented Interface (computing)
DOIDescent Orbit Insertion
DOIDaughters of Iraq (female security program; est. 2008)
DOIDate of Image
DOIDepartment of Institutions (Colorado)
DOIDry Operating Index
DOIDeath On Impact
DOIDetachment Operating Instruction
DOIDaily Operating Instruction
DOIDefense Operating Instruction(s)
DOIDSSCS (Defense Special Security Communications System) Operating Instructions (US DoD)
DOIDiffusion of Innovations
DOIDay of Install
DOIDivisional Operating Income
DOIDescription, Operation & Installation
DOIDrawing Office Instructions (post design modification)
DOIDepartment of Investigation
DOIDirector of Intelligence
DOIDuration of Immunity (veterinary microbiology)
DOIDepth of Invasion
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Diffusion of innovations theory provides the foundation for this article and we begin by discussing its principles, followed by an explanation of its use in evaluating mass media campaigns.
With a clear antecedent in Ryan and Gross' (1943) study about the diffusion of hybrid corn in Iowa, the main purpose of the diffusion of innovations theory was to study at what pace and through what channels ideas, behaviors and attitudes disseminated in any given social context.
Everett Rogers' diffusion of innovations theory: Its utility and value in public health.
Using a theoretical framework, such as Rogers' theory of diffusion of innovations, provides a mechanism for studying knowledge movement, or diffusion, among practitioners.
Simons-Morton and colleagues (1997) have advocated the use of diffusion of innovations theory in prevention of alcohol, tobacco and drug use.
15,16) Covington studied uptake of fluoride guidelines among practicing dental hygienists in northern British Columbia (15), and Finley-Zarse and her colleagues used diffusion of innovations as the theoretical framework to describe the demographics of adopter categories in her study of computer-based information gathering behaviours among US dental hygiene educators and practitioners (16) Rogers has defined an innovation as an idea, object, or practice that individuals perceive as new.
The diffusion of innovations model offers many valuable insights into how the process, from observing a need to developing and adopting an intervention, can occur.
Organizational theorists have studied the diffusion of innovations among organizations (e.
The diffusion of innovations is then taken more overtly into the realms of market and consumption.
In addition, the diffusion of innovations such as zero radius riding mowers will boost gains, as some consumers seek to minimize the amount of time and effort needed in yard work.
This is done in terms of Everett Rogers' analysis of the diffusion of innovations.
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