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Personality, technology belief context and acceptance: framework and empirical testing

PIETER DEVOLDER UGent, Bram Pynoo UGent, Philippe Duyck UGent and Bart Sijnave UGent (2008) ICIS 2008 Proceedings.
abstract
This paper describes a new framework for technology acceptance research. Next to an information-system specific belief context, an individual’s personality context and an overall technology-related context are introduced. It is primarily introduced to explore antecedents of technology acceptance’s independent constructs. The framework is proposed so that each of its tiers can host a model best describing the population under examination. The three tiered framework is then operationalized whereby personality is measured through the Five Factor Model, overall technology beliefs are reflected by the Technology Readiness Index and information system –specific beliefs are covered by the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology. This research model is tested in a large university hospital setting, where the technology under scrutiny is an Electronic Patient Record.
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technology acceptance, UTAUT, TAM, TRI, Big Five, personality
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ICIS 2008 Proceedings
pages
8 pages
conference name
International Conference on Information Systems
conference location
Paris, France
conference start
2008-11-14
conference end
2008-11-17
language
English
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593143
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-593143
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http://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2008/95/
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2009-04-10 10:31:59
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2009-06-02 10:13:20
@inproceedings{593143,
  abstract     = {This paper describes a new framework for technology acceptance research. Next to an information-system specific belief context, an individual{\textquoteright}s personality context and an overall technology-related context are introduced. It is primarily introduced to explore antecedents of technology acceptance{\textquoteright}s
independent constructs. The framework is proposed so that each of its tiers can host a model best describing the population under examination. The three tiered framework is then operationalized whereby personality is measured through the Five Factor Model, overall technology beliefs
are reflected by the Technology Readiness Index and information system --specific beliefs are covered by the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology. This research model is tested in a large university hospital setting, where the technology under scrutiny is an Electronic
Patient Record.},
  author       = {DEVOLDER, PIETER and Pynoo, Bram and Duyck, Philippe and Sijnave, Bart},
  booktitle    = {ICIS 2008 Proceedings},
  keyword      = {technology acceptance,UTAUT,TAM,TRI,Big Five,personality},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Paris, France},
  pages        = {8},
  title        = {Personality, technology belief context and acceptance: framework and empirical testing},
  url          = {http://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2008/95/},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
DEVOLDER, PIETER, Bram Pynoo, Philippe Duyck, and Bart Sijnave. 2008. “Personality, Technology Belief Context and Acceptance: Framework and Empirical Testing.” In ICIS 2008 Proceedings.
APA
DEVOLDER, P., Pynoo, B., Duyck, P., & Sijnave, B. (2008). Personality, technology belief context and acceptance: framework and empirical testing. ICIS 2008 Proceedings. Presented at the International Conference on Information Systems.
Vancouver
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DEVOLDER P, Pynoo B, Duyck P, Sijnave B. Personality, technology belief context and acceptance: framework and empirical testing. ICIS 2008 Proceedings. 2008.
MLA
DEVOLDER, PIETER, Bram Pynoo, Philippe Duyck, et al. “Personality, Technology Belief Context and Acceptance: Framework and Empirical Testing.” ICIS 2008 Proceedings. 2008. Print.