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The Diffusion of an Innovation Among Physicians
Anthropologists and sociologists have long been concerned with the processes through which customs, practices, attitudes, or messages spread. Traditionally, these processes have been studied by
Social Relations and Innovation in the Medical Profession: The Epidemiology of a New Drug
TLDR
The role played by face-to-face contacts in mediating influences from the outside world in a case of decision-making among professional experts is confirmed in a study of drug adoptions by physicians.
INNOVATION, INTEGRATION, AND MARGINALITY: A SURVEY OF PHYSICIANS *
out," and they commented on the "privileges reserved for the American personnel [as] necessary incentives to attract them to this country." Another problem for the national staff members is related
The Information Needs of Current Scientific Research
  • H. Menzel
  • Education
    The Library Quarterly
  • 1 January 1964
T HE information demands, or information needs, of current scientific research are similar in many respects to the information needs in other forms of scholarship. But this is not true in all cases,
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