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What influences IT ethical behavior intentions - planned behavior, reasoned action, perceived importance, or individual characteristics?
This study extends IT ethics research by proposing an IT ethical behavioral model that includes attitude, perceived importance, subjective norms, situational factors, and individual characteristics.Expand
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How men and women view ethics
business today and the benefits are numerous. But, there is also a downside to the easy data access that IS provides. There are opportunities for invasion of privacy, as well as theft of data, money,Expand
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Making ethical decisions
T oday’s information technology makes vast amounts of data accessible to businesses and their employees. This accessibility provides great benefits but also creates the potential for misuse ofExpand
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Applications development by end-users: can quality be improved?
Abstract End-users frequently develop applications to use in their jobs but there is reason to be concerned about the quality of these applications. High error rates have been found in applicationsExpand
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An Empirical Validation of Perceived Importance and Behavior Intention in IT Ethics
Robin et al. (1996) suggested a new construct when studying ethical behavioral intention which they entitled “PIE” (perceived importance). They empirically tested the PIE construct and found it toExpand
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Using Team Learning to Improve Student Retention
In an effort to improve the retention rate in their entry-level information systems course, the authors of this article integrated a team-learning approach into its instructional format. This articleExpand
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On the improvement of end-user developed systems using systems analysis and design
End-user computing is the term used when users outside the information systems (IS) department develop software applications for themselves and/or others. The ability of end-users to develop theirExpand
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Going from Data to Decisions: Preparing Students to use Enterprise Systems
In the last decade one of the largest IT investments has unarguably been Enterprise Systems (ES). Evidence suggests that this trend will likely continue. In 2006 for example, the ES market had aExpand
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An Enterprise System and a Business Simulation Provide Many Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Teaching
Enterprise systems provide companies with centralized data management, business process support and integrated data flow between functional areas. Thanks to academic alliances offered by companiesExpand
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Course Design and Technology For Synchronous Interaction in an Online Course
Online course offerings in higher education continue to grow because of the strong demand. Though many online courses are based on an asynchronous model, there are courses that require real-timeExpand
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