No research to date has attempted to assess the extent to which Markus and Robey's (1988) observations about the causal structure of IT impact theories still hold true today; neither investigate whether or not their recommendations have inspired IT impact theorists. The present study is a first step toward filling these gaps.
This paper maps current e-commerce research published in major Marketing and IS journals onto a theoretically developed framework of e-commerce research. The results indicate that researchers have mainly focused their efforts on a number of categories: knowledge and persuasion, implementation or use behavior, and the IT artifact.
This paper maps current IS research published in major North American IS journals onto a proposed framework of IS research. The results indicate that researchers' efforts have mainly focused on two areas: investigating the impact and acceptance of IT. Advocates of a core of IS research have cautioned about a lack of legitimacy, specifically the " cognitive… (More)