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Communication and Trust in Global Virtual Teams
The results suggest that global virtual teams may experience a form of ‘swift’ trust but such trust appears to be very fragile and temporal.
Consumer trust in an Internet store
In this study, consumers recognized differences in size and reputation among Internet stores, and those differences influenced their assessments of store trustworthiness and their perception of risk, as well as their willingness to patronize the store.
Is Anybody Out There? Antecedents of Trust in Global Virtual Teams
A research model for explaining trust in global virtual teams is advanced, and strategies that were used by the three highest trust teams, but were used infrequently or not at all by theThree lowest trust teams suggest the presence of "swift" trust.
Consumer Trust in an Internet Store: A Cross-Cultural Validation
A cross-cultural validation of an Internet consumer trust model is reported on, which examined both antecedents and consequences of consumer trust in a Web merchant and provides tentative support for the generalizability of the model.
Knowledge Collaboration in Online Communities
It is argued that the fluctuations in tensions can provide an opportunity for knowledge collaboration when the community responds to these tensions in ways that encourage interactions to be generative rather than constrained.
The Use of Information Technology to Enhance Management School Education: A Theoretical View
The mapping of technologies to learning models identifies sets of technologies in which management schools should invest in order to informate up and down and ultimately transform the educational environment and processes.
The use of collaborative electronic media for information sharing: an exploratory study of determinants
Toward Contextualized Theories of Trust: The Role of Trust in Global Virtual Teams
This paper theoretically and empirically examines outcomes of an individual's trust in global virtual teams under differing situations (or conditions) and suggests that trust effects are sensitive to the particular situation or condition.
Perils of Internet fraud: an empirical investigation of deception and trust with experienced Internet consumers
Results show that most subjects failed to detect the fraud manipulations, albeit a few succeeded, and sheds light on consumers' vulnerability to attack by hackers posing as a legitimate site.
The effect of task demands and graphical format on information processing strategies
- S. Jarvenpaa
- 1 March 1989
The results suggest that information presentation format influences the decision time and the selection of acquisition and evaluation strategies by influencing the cognitive costs and benefits of the task environment and the cognitive cost/benefit framework can provide a robust theoretical foundation for design decisions regarding graphical presentation formats in decision support systems.