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  • Backer Thomas E.; Rich Robert; Datta Lois-Ellin (Sage Publications, 1989-06-01)
  • Hutchins C.L. (Sage Publications, 1989-09-01)
    Current federal dissemination efforts in education developed rapidly in the 1960s and 1970s in response to the increasing federal investment in educational research and development. There was no consistency in policy, ...
  • Luthra Rashmi (Sage Publications, 1994-03-01)
    Sex determination techniques have diffused rapidly in India, and are being used to detect female fetuses and subsequently to abort them. This technology has spread rapidly because it imparts knowledge that is of great value ...
  • JOHNSON J. DAVID; DONOHUE WILLIAM A.; ATKIN CHARLES K.; JOHNSON SALLY (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1995-03-01)
    Individual information seeking has become increasingly a critical determinant of the success of individual organizational members and of an organization as a whole. This study tests a Comprehensive Model of Information ...
  • Owen John M.; Lambert Faye C.; Stringer William N. (Sage Publications, 1994-03-01)
    There has been an increasing interest in evaluation strategies that encourage utilization. This article outlines a set of guiding principles that can lead to the more effective instrumental use of evaluation findings. These ...
  • Sadowsky Donald; Kunzel Carol (Sage Publications, 1986-03-01)
    This study focused on the impact of dentists' attitudes and orientations on acquisition of knowledge about the prevention of bacterial endocarditis. Excperts' recommenda tions for the prevention of the disease are periodically ...
  • Deshpande Rohit (Sage Publications, 1981-03-01)
  • Sonnichsen Richard C. (Sage Publications, 1989-06-01)
    Knowledge accretion in organizations is a haphazard process and many organizations have no formal mechanisms for collecting and using information to improve decision making. Evaluators can fulfill that role, although their ...
  • Klein Susan Shurberg (Sage Publications, 1992-03-01)
    The national education dissemination system in the United States is confusing, fragmented, and ineffective. This article suggests a framework for federal leadership in redesigning this system to enhance the use of educational ...
  • Datta Lois-Ellin (Sage Publications, 1993-03-01)
    From a grass-roots perspective, legislating knowledge utilization can make a good difference in individual lives. However, there are often gaps betwen the questions that end users ask and those that researchers study, ...
  • Strommen Merton (Sage Publications, 1986-12-01)
    It was 10 years ago. In a call from Howie Davis, I heard him say, "Mert, I'm going to be in Denver a few weeks. Should you be in Buena Vista at that time, I could drive down and meet with you. We could spend a few hours ...
  • STEINKE JOCELYN; LONG MARILEE (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1996-12-01)
    Television teaches children gender-specific behaviors, attitudes, and characteristics. By observing male and female characters on television, children learn to label certain characteristics and behaviors as masculine or ...
  • Lindblom Charles E. (Sage Publications, 1987-03-01)
    The conventional scientific preoccupation with validation of knowledge is challenged: One might say that it itself lacks validity. Campbell's endorsement of it in his article in this issue of Knowledge is the point of ...
  • Alexander Joe B. (Sage Publications, 1980-12-01)
  • HUTCHINSON JANET R. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1995-09-01)
    Several large-scale studies focusing on the use and non-use of social science research have reported findings supporting the view that knowledge is socially constructed and based on the knower's experience and interpretation ...
  • HOLZNER BURKART; DUNN WILLIAM N.; SHAHIDULLAH MUHAMMAD (Sage Publications, 1987-12-01)
    The social system of knowledgeor knowledge system, for shortis an accounting scheme that helps organize the search for social impact of science (SIS) indicators. The accounting scheme specifies six related knowledge functions ...
  • Hummon Norman P.; Doreian Patrick; Freeman Linton C. (Sage Publications, 1990-06-01)
    Science grows and cumulates on the research fronts of disciplinary specialties, implying that the most fruitful citation analyses will be those looking at well-defined specialties or subspecial ties. The entire literature ...
  • Hall Gene E.; Hord Shirley M. (Sage Publications, 1984-03-01)
    The data base from a series of qualitative and quantitative field studies of the implementation of educational innovations has been used to develop an Intervention Taxonomy. In the Intervention Taxonomy, various levels of ...
  • Faust David (Sage Publications, 1982-06-01)
  • Buttolph Diana (Sage Publications, 1992-06-01)
    Adaptation is a dynamic diffusion of innovations process in which adopters change innovations according to their individual needs. Adaptation may be explained by three factors: (a) the differing interpretation of innovation ...