Livestock vaccine adoption among poor farmers in Bolivia: Remembering innovation diffusion theory
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(1991), the Innovation Diffusion Theory
by Rogers (1995), the Social Cognitive Theory by Bandura (1986) and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) by Venkatesh et al.
Innovation Diffusion Theory
(IDT) proposed by Rogers (2010) has been widely applied for studying the adoption and diffusion of innovation as it is widely accepted to offer a reliable framework for examining the adoption and diffusion of a new technology.
Ruland bases his analysis on the diffusion theory
developed by Amitav Acharya about "constitutive localisation" which gives agency to local actors instead of simply treating them as "hapless norm recipients", giving attention to the "cognitive prior" or preexisting cultures, norms and practices that continue to influence how various stakeholders respond to new modernizing ideas coming from outside.
The current study is concerned with filling this research gap and investigates the state-level diffusion process of PFP using policy diffusion theory
. Previous studies employing theories of diffusion have examined other topics including energy policy (Freeman, 1985), licensing laws (Lute, 1986), state lotteries (Berry and Berry, 1990), affirmative action policies (Kellough, Selden and Legge, 1997), and education reforms (Mintrom and Vergari, 1998).
Rogers (1995) describes diffusion theory
as a process whereby innovation is communicated, and adopted, through specified channels over time among members of a social system.
Therefore, in this paper, the diffusion theory
of the ISF in porous media with fracture channels is derived.
The diffusion theory
has been more widely applied in recent decades since it explains many observations in laboratory and field settings [9-11].
That's probably because their fabric performed better than the theoretical maximum: according to the report from LLNL, their new fabric could "sustain gas-transport rates exceeding that of a well-known diffusion theory
by more than one order of magnitude."
The second chapter combines the Technology Acceptance Model with the Innovation Diffusion Theory
to identify the antecedents for widespread adoption of the Octopus retail e-payment system in Hong Kong.
assumes that innovations are invariably positive.