Technology transfer: lateral diffusion of innovation in forest recreation planning and management
Joseph William Roggenbuck, Alan E. Watson, Pinchot Institute for Conservation Studies, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1980 - Nature - 108 pages
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A-Site Absolute Frequency Frequency additional information source adopter population adopters actively seeking adopters and non-adopters adopters of Code-A-Site adoption period adoption process APPENDIX aware of Code-A-Site awareness source Blacksburg campsites Circulated memo classical diffusion-adoption model Code-A Code-A-Site supplies communication channels decision to adopt Deschutes National Forest diffusion of innovation diffusion process diffusion-adoption process District Ranger Estacada Experiment Station publications Forest Service publi Forest Service region forestry gathering additional information Haug individuals interest interpersonal channels Klamath National Forest mass media channels Muth and Hendee National Forest Districts non-adopter sample Number of adopters number of conferences percent position potential adopter profes professional meetings recreation function Region 9 region or forest Resource Assistant Rogers Rural Sociology situational characteristics social system source Table specific spread Student's t-test study hypotheses technology transfer process telephone interview tion Total training sessions U.S. Forest Service variables Wenatchee National Forest Wesfornet Wilderness YES Proceed