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Rogers, Everett M. – 1968
Supplementing an earlier work, this bibliography lists all new publications on diffusion of innovations (75 new nonempirical and 184 coded empirical studies) added to the Diffusion Documents Center, Michigan State University, from July 1967 to September 1968. Psychology, anthropology, agricultural economics, general economics, communication,…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Anthropology, Bibliographies, Communication (Thought Transfer)
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Rogers, Everett M. – American Behavioral Scientist, 1971
Drawing on examples and evidence from social science research on the diffusion of ideas, social movements, and several other related fields, nine propositions dealing with the interrelationships between social structure and social change are explored. (Author/MB)
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Diffusion, Innovation, Interaction Process Analysis
Rogers, Everett M.; And Others – 1982
This document reports results from an exploratory investigation into the adoption and use of microcomputers in the home, which involved interviews with 77 home computer owners, 19 individuals who were in the process of computer adoption, and a small sample of home computer manufacturers and retailers. The first two chapters provide information on…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Decision Making, Diffusion (Communication), Information Networks
Rogers, Everett M.; And Others – 1975
Using four IMPACT innovations as examples (EXPER SIM, Guided Design, TIPS, and Student-to-Student Counseling), this study attempts to define the nature of technological and social changes in university teaching. Data were gathered in three phases: (1) a questionnaire was mailed to individuals who requested information; (2) the adopters of…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Change Agents, College Curriculum, College Faculty
Rogers, Everett M.; Svenning, Lynne – 1969
The change process can be described as a cycle consisting of 5 phases: invention, diffusion, decision, adoption-rejection, and consequences. Poor communication between inventor and user is probably the weakest point in the educational system. Most innovative decisions are made by the school system rather than individual teachers. Characteristics…
Descriptors: Change Agents, Communication Problems, Community Attitudes, Decision Making
Rogers, Everett M.; And Others – 1973
The nature and timing of decisions regarding the diffusion of new instructional materials and practices are critical to the ultimate utility achieved by a curriculum project. This publication is a collection of five conference papers which deal with various aspects of diffusion of innovative materials and ideas. Everett M. Rogers discusses two…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Change Agents, Curriculum Development, Diffusion
Agarwala-Rogers, Rekha; Rogers, Everett M. – 1976
Since 1970, 90 adopters in 67 universities have used EXPER SIM for teaching research design and strategy to college students through computer simulation. An analysis of EXPER SIM as an innovation revealed that implementation of the program was not necessarily retarded by its computer dependence. Administrative support seemed to be important in the…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), College Faculty, College Students, Computer Assisted Instruction
Rogers, Everett M.; Shoemaker, F. Floyd – 1971
How do innovations (defined as idea, products, and practices perceived as new by an individual) diffuse to members of a social system? The authors answer this and other questions about the character of innovators, the rate of adoption of ideas, and the decision-making process in 103 generalizations about diffusion of innovation. These propositions…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Attitude Change, Behavior Change, Change Agents
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Van de Ven, Andrew H.; Rogers, Everett M. – Communication Research, 1988
Presents an overview of research on innovations and organizations. Criticizes past research and calls for a focus on process research in future investigations, moving from a stage-by-stage conception of the innovation process to a dynamic, continuous conception in which the variables involved are sequenced and analyzed through time. (SR)
Descriptors: Communication Research, Higher Education, Innovation, Organizational Change