Application of the Diffusion of Innovations theory
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2. Explain how you effectiveness adduce the Diffusion of Innovations supposition to the fixbelts intrusion. Include characteristics of the innovations, characteristics of adopters, and features of the settings or environmental contexts.
3. Explain the strengths and limitations of using Diffusion of Innovations supposition after a while the intrusion.
Sharma, M., & Kanekar, A. (2008). Diffusion of Innovations supposition for alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 52(1), 3–7.
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Doll, L. S., Bonzo, S. E., Mercy, J. A., & Sleet, D. A. (Eds.). (2008). Handbook of damnification and outrage interruption. New York, NY: Springer.
Handbook of damnification and outrage interruption by L. S. Doll, S. E. Bonzo, J. A. Mercy, & D. A. Sleet. Copyright 2008 by SPRINGER-VERLAG NEW YORK INC. Reprinted by liberty of SPRINGER-VERLAG NEW YORK INC. via the Copyright Clearance Center.
Chapter 22, “Behavioral Interventions for Damnification and Outrage Prevention”
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