Stimulating, infectious, and hierarchical spreads are all types of expanding spreads. Spread of expansion occurs when innovations spread to new places while remaining strong in places of origin. Thus Islam spread around the world but remained strong in the Middle East, where it was founded.
The three main types of this phenomenon are expansion diffusion, stimulus diffusion, and displacement diffusion.
You just studied 5 semesters! Movement, expansion, contagious, hierarchical expansion and stimulus.
Spread of the expansion. Spread an idea in a population so that the number of those affected continues to increase. It includes infectious, hierarchical and stimulus spread.
After 1940, McDonald’s spread rapidly. By 1971 McDonalds was present in all 50 states of the USA. Today this fast food chain is represented in over 100 countries and continues to grow rapidly. Infectious spread, stimulus spread, and hierarchical spread are the three forms in which McDonald’s growth can be described.
Noah Maiorino. The recent increase in the use of the English language is an example of diffusion, i.e. the spread of the movement through an avalanche process rather than the movement of people.
Diffusion of popular and popular cultures.
Cultural diffusion is the spread of cultural trends across places and includes both the spread of expansion and the spread of migration. The spread of migration occurs when a person moves away from their home and shares their culture with a new place.
Stimulus diffusion is a form of cultural diffusion, a process in which trends spread from one place to another. Stimulus diffusion occurs when a trend spreads to a new cultural location or context and changes to the new location or context.
each group has a different type of spread (migratory, hierarchical, infectious or stimulating). Each group should provide an example of dissemination for each of the four different scales: local, regional and global.
There are three types of distributed settlement models, linear and nuclear. Dispersed settlement models consist of individual buildings spread over a large area. These buildings are separated from each other by large open spaces, agricultural areas, woods or meadows.
Types of spatial spread: (a) expansive spread, (b) migratory spread, (c) infectious spread and (d) hierarchical spread (Cliff et al. 1981). This division of spatial diffusion into four basic types is a starting point for describing the shape of this process.
There are three types of local factors that act as barriers to the diffusion process: Physical barriers that block or delay diffusion. These are the physical properties of space, such as topography or land use. Cultural barriers can influence the spread of an innovation that starts with individual acceptance.
Diffusion by dislocation is the diffusion of an idea or innovation through the physical movement of people, while diffusion by expansion does not require movement but the diffusion of an idea or innovation by a person.
In biological organisms, diffusion often occurs through a semipermeable membrane, a filter that lets only things pass freely. The two main types of diffusion are passive diffusion and light diffusion. The two main types of osmosis are regular osmosis and chemosmosis.
The definition of cultural diffusion is the diffusion of beliefs and social activities of a culture to different races, religions, nationalities, etc. An example of cultural diffusion is the tradition that the German Christmas cake has become popular in the United States.