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by Everett M. Rogers

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ISBN:
9814136115
Author:
Everett M. Rogers
Language:
English
Publisher:
Asian Media Information & Communication Centre (AMIC) (July 14, 2008)
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158 pages
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The Fourteenth Paw book. Each of the narratives prov The Fourteenth Paw is a memoir written by the pioneer of Diffusion of Innovations theory, Everett M. Rogers

The Fourteenth Paw book. Rogers. Each of the narratives provide insight into the way in which the values absorbed in his early years affected his life and career.

This memoir of Everett M. Rogers, the pioneer of the Diffusion of Innovations Theory, contains stories of his boyhood days on the family farm in the 1930s, a way of life that has now disappeared.

Everett M. Rogers, The Fourteenth Paw: Growing up on an Iowa Farm in the 1930s, Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Center, 2008, pp. xi-xii

Everett M. xi-xii. James W. Dearing and Arvind Singhal, "Communication of Innovations: A Journey with Ev Rogers," in Arvind Singhal and James W. Dearing (Ed., Communication of Innovations: A Journey with Ev Rogers, New Delhi, India: Sage, 2006, p. 21.

Rogers, E. M. (2008). The fourteenth paw: Growing up on an Iowa farm in the 1930s-A memoir

He held faculty positions at Ohio State University (1957-1963), Michigan State University (1964-1973), and the University of Michigan (1973-1975). Rogers, E. The fourteenth paw: Growing up on an Iowa farm in the 1930s-A memoir. Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Center. & Agarwala-Rogers, R. (1976).

Rogers suffered from kidney disease and retired from UNM in the summer of 2004. The fourteenth paw: Growing up on an Iowa farm in the 1930s-A memoir

Rogers suffered from kidney disease and retired from UNM in the summer of 2004. He died just a few months later, survived by his wife, Dr. Corinne Shefner-Rogers, and two sons: David Rogers and Everett King. (1960).

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Rogers was born on the family Pinehurst Farm in Carroll, Iowa, in 1931. His father loved electromechanical farm innovations,but was highly resistant to biological–chemical innovations, so he resistedadopting the new hybrid seed corn, even though it yielded 25% more crop andwas resistant to drought.

up on an Iowa Farm in the 1930s, published after his passing. The present article describes and analyzes the key influences that shaped the lifework of Everett M. Rogers – the person, the scholar, the mentor, and the global intercultural citizen

up on an Iowa Farm in the 1930s, published after his passing. Everett M. Rogers, an intercultural life: From Iowa farm boy to global intellectual. Rogers – the person, the scholar, the mentor, and the global intercultural citizen. Rogers’ key theoretical and conceptual contributions to the social sciences are discussed, focusing especially on his seminal work on the diffusion of innovations.

The Fourteenth Paw is a memoir written by the pioneer of Diffusion of Innovations theory, Everett M. Rogers. Stories about the trials of his boyhood days growing up on his family's Iowa farm following the Great Depression are interwoven with anecdotes from his education, academic career, and an acutely poignant account of his battle with Cancer. Each of the narratives provide insight into the way in which the values absorbed in his early years affected his life and career. This powerful story describes an American way of life that has since disappeared, and provides priceless insight into the life and character of this remarkable man.