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Page 1 of 4 SOC 352 – Chapter 10 Outline How Innovation Spurs Social Change: Generalities about Innovation: Innovation Defined: Degrees of Novelty: Variation Substitution Mutation Social Conditions that make High Rates of Innovation Likely:
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Page 2 of 4 The Probability of Innovation is related to: Cross-cultural contact and diffusion of culture (from one culture to the other): Cross-cultural diffusion is likely to the extent that: Characteristics of innovations that affect the extent to which they diffuse and are adopted: Channels via which Innovations are Diffused: A word about the impact of the mass media:
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Page 3 of 4 A group effectively adopts or rejects innovations to the extent the group:
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Unformatted text preview: Social Networks: Social Networks may be composed of: Location of Members within a Network: Page 4 of 4 Center-Periphery Models of Change (Diffusion of Innovation): Discussion Question (HQ 17): How do you or people you know accept new things or new ways of doing things? If this chapter is valid, you dont just learn about new things; you are also influenced by the other members of the social networks you belong to. Think about your own networks in the different areas of your life. How do you get advice about new things to try, new foods to buy, what sort of fashions to buy, etc.? Do you get such advice more from your strong network ties, or weak ones? Provide examples to illustrate your experience....
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