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analysis
used in The Tipping Point

6 uses
  • One of the most famous diffusion studies is Bruce Ryan and Neal Gross's analysis of the spread of hybrid seed corn in Greene County, Iowa, in the 1930s.
    Chapter 6 (15% in)
  • Potterat, for example, once did an analysis of a gonorrhea epidemic in Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking at everyone who came to a public health clinic for treatment of the disease over the space of six months.
    Chapter 1 (30% in)
  • The pioneer of this kind of analysis — of what is called the study of cultural microrhythms — is a man named William Condon.
    Chapter 2 (86% in)
  • Perhaps the most sophisticated analysis of this process of translation comes from the study of rumors, which are — obviously — the most contagious of all social messages.
    Chapter 6 (36% in)
  • Another good discussion of the issue is: Daniel Wegner, "Transactive Memory: A Contemporary Analysis of the Group Mind," in Brian Mullen and George Goethals (eds.
    End Notes (74% in)
  • V. R. Ashton and S. Donnan, "Suicide by burning as an epidemic phenomenon: An analysis of 82 deaths and inquests in England and Wales in i978-79.
    End Notes (88% in)

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