3 edition of Spatial diffusion of modernization found in the catalog.
Spatial diffusion of modernization
by Research Institute of Northern Finland, University of Oulu in Oulu
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -123.
|Series||Research Institute of Northern Finland, University of Oulu. A,, Oulun yliopisto, Pohjois-Suomen tutkimuslaitos. A ;, 4, Oulun yliopisto, Pohjois-Suomen tutkimuslaitos (Series)., 4.|
|LC Classifications||S760.F5 J87 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||87169114|
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Get this from a library. The role of modernization in the spatial diffusion of public policies in the United States between and [Kingsley E Haynes].
Spatial dynamics of modernization in Sierra Leone: structure, diffusion, and response. Evanston, Northwestern University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Barry Riddell. In the SDT framework, the diffusion of new types of family behaviour has generally been interpreted in terms of spatial diffusion in ideas and attitudes (Casterline, ).
Clearly, the spatial diffusion of innovation to new areas is dependent on the receptivity of Cited by: 1. Spatial diffusion is typically neither uniform nor instantaneous (Lowe & Moryadas, ).
For example, a diffusion process of support for new political parties may not be spatially random, but present higher levels of support near the source (where the party was supported in the previous election).Cited by: In geography, the term diffusion refers to the spread of people, things, ideas, cultural practices, disease, technology, weather, and other factors from place to place.
This kind of proliferation is known as spatial diffusion. The three main types of this phenomenon are expansion diffusion, stimulus diffusion, and relocation diffusion. Innovation diffusion as spatial process (): Törsten Hägerstrand Bo Lenntrop The diffusion of innovations – the origin and dissemination of cultural novelties – is an area of study which concerns all sciences dealing with human activity, including, not.
Modernization Theory. Modernization theory arose in the context of decolonization in Africa and Asia and the Spatial diffusion of modernization book years of the Cold War.
It grew out of efforts to understand how recently independent nations and other ‘Third World’ countries might achieve economic and political development similar to that of the US and northern Europe, which were viewed as the.
Medicare modernization and diffusion of endoscopy in FFS medicare. Lee R. Mobley, 1 Pedro Amaral, 2 Tzy-Mey Kuo, 3 Mei Zhou, 1 and Srimoyee Bose 1 Author information Article notes The equations for each period were estimated jointly in a spatial lag regression model that properly accounts for both place and time effects, allowing robust.
Source: Research Group for China Modernization StrategiesIf we say that the first cultural modernization is a process of cultural differentiation, where culture is separated from social totality and differentiates internally, then the second cultural modernization is a process of cultural integration, where culture is re-integrated with economy and society, economic and.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The seminal work of Torsten Hagerstrand, who introduced the original spatial model of diffusion, is outlined.
The authors then summarise the developments that have been made to Hagerstrand's formulation, and make suggestions for In this concise, clear introduction, the authors describe the theory of spatial diffusion, its method of measurement.
The geography of modernization Human geography as I view it is concerned primarily with the spatial organization and behavior of society. Two of the most pervasive trends in contemporary geographical research reflect this central focus (albeit somewhat peripherally on occasion) in their attempts to develop techniques and scaling procedures for the.
Nation-level data and basic spatial analysis techniques, multivariate cluster analysis and analysis of time series of fertility rates are used to test hypotheses derived from the study’s claim that the spatial and temporal patterns of fertility decline in Muslim populations are more closely linked to the strength of the pathways of.
Party policy diffusion in the European multilevel space: what it is, how it works, and why it matters. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties: Vol.
30, Party competition and dual accountability in multi-level systems ; Special Issue Guest Editors: Markus Baumann, Martin Gross, and Alejandro Ecker, pp. The peritoneum is a serosal membrane of mesodermal origin which covers the peritoneal cavity and is formed by two layers, the visceral peritoneum which covers the intra-peritoneal organs and the parietal peritoneum which lines the abdominal walls and the diaphragmatic undersurface .The main functions of the peritoneum are to provide a frictionless surface over which the.
SPATIAL DIFFUSION • Geographic forces that affect adoption by individual customers – Rate and pattern of adoption – Based on type of advertising, demographics, distance to retail outlets – Pricing, promotion, tactical product positioning • “a friend, expert, or relative” influences up to 80% of all purchases.”.
what is spatial diffusion. focus on the way ideas, inventions, and cultural practices propagate through a population in space and time. a checkerboard like sparial pattern of modernization in an emerging-market economy wherein a few localized regions of a country experience most of the development while the rest are largely unaffected.
Modern Spatial Economics: A Primer (with Costas Ar kolakis) in The Evolution of World Trade: Productivity, Growth and Employment, Routledge-ERIA Studies in Development Economics, Some Aspects of the Trends in Employment and Unemployment in Bihar and Kerala since the Seventies (with T.N.
Srinivasan) in Economic Reform in India: Challenges, Prospects and. The Spatial Diffusion of Technology Diego A. Comin, Mikhail Dmitriev, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Development of the American Economy, Development Economics, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Trade and Investment, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship We study empirically technology diffusion.
Book: Innovation diffusion as a spatial process. pp pp. Abstract: The spread of innovations innovations Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details is measured by mapping their distribution at successive periods, a technique with considerable methodological significance for various areas of social science research.
Over the last few decades, the occupation of the Amazon and the expansion of large-scale economic activities have exerted a significant negative impact on the Amazonian environment and on the health of the Amazon’s inhabitants.
These processes have altered the context of the manifestation of health problems in time and space and changed the characteristics of the spatial diffusion .Anyone who thinks modernization theory is dead will have to grapple with the powerful logic of their evidence and argument.
' Larry Diamond - Stanford University 'This book is a landmark in the study of political culture and democratisation. It will polarise opinion, provoking both strong acclaim and fierce critique.DIFFUSION The Diﬀusion Equation Formulation As we saw in the previous chapter, the ﬂux of a substance consists of an advective component, due to the mean motion of the carrying ﬂuid, and of a so-called diﬀusive component, caused by the unresolved random motions of the ﬂuid (molecular agitation and/or turbulence).