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Protection motivation and deterrence: a framework for security policy compliance in organisations
An Integrated Protection Motivation and Deterrence model of security policy compliance under the umbrella of Taylor-Todd's Decomposed Theory of Planned Behaviour is developed and it is found that employees in the sample underestimate the probability of security breaches.
Trust and Satisfaction, Two Stepping Stones for Successful E-Commerce Relationships: A Longitudinal Exploration
The results indicate that trust directly and indirectly affects a consumer's purchase decision in combination with perceived risk and perceived benefit, and also that trust has a longer term impact on consumer e-loyalty through satisfaction.
Community Intelligence and Social Media Services: A Rumor Theoretic Analysis of Tweets During Social Crises
Analysis of citizen-driven information processing through Twitter services using data from three social crises reveals that information with no clear source provided was the most important, personal involvement next in importance, and anxiety the least yet still important rumor causing factor on Twitter under social crisis situations.
Factors Affecting Bloggers' Knowledge Sharing: An Investigation Across Gender
The research results indicate that bloggers' trust, strength of social ties, and reciprocity all have a positive effect on their knowledge-sharing behavior and that gender differences need to be considered as a significant factor in understanding the IT usage behavior in the context of social capital theory.
Coordination in emergency response management
Developing a framework to analyze coordination patterns occurring in the emergency response life cycle and identifying trends that should be concerned with in the next generation of emergency response plans.