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Transcript of Relocation Diffusion
Relocation diffusion is the spread of an idea through physical movement of people from one place to another.
Contagious Diffusion is the rapid widespread diffusion of a characteristic throughout the population
Stimulus diffusion is the spread of an underlying principle even though a characteristic itself fails to diffuse.
Hierarchical diffusion is the spread of an idea from persons or nodes of authority to other persons or places.
Relocation diffusion can help explain things like elements of culture, food, diseases, etc.
Examples of Relocation Diffusion.
One example of relocation diffusion could be when Italians first came to America they taught us how to make pizza.
Hierarchical diffusion can helps explain things like music, fashion, etc.
Example of Hierarchical diffusion
An example of hierarchical diffusion could be when a fashion trend sparks up in a place like Paris, it will quickly spread to largely populated cities such as London, or Tokyo.
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Contagious diffusion can help explain things like diseases, religions, etc.
Example of Contagious Diffusion
An example of Contagious diffusion could be the Spread of religions. Take Islam spreading from Mecca to surrounding countries as an example.
Stimulus diffusion helps explain things like the advancement in technology.
Example of Stimulus Diffusion
An example of stimulus diffusion could be cars. If an accessory in a certain car is extremely successful, and the public likes it; other car dealerships are likely to adopt this special feature.