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This study tested the attributes of the theory of diffusion of innovation empirically, using Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) as the target innovation. The study was situated in Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria. The population comprised banks customers in Jos who used ATMs. The sampling frame technique was applied, and 14 banks that had deployed ATMs were(More)
The paper commences with a review of the concept of Information Communication technology (ICT) and points out how ICT has become a potent force in transforming social, economic and political life globally. It then discusses the linkage between gender and ICT especially how ICT has widened the digital divide gap between Africa and the rest of the world on(More)
This study evaluated the significance of price (call rate), service quality, service availability, promotion and brand image as it affect users' perception in selecting a mobile telecommunication services provider in the Nigerian telecommunication market, using Ibadan, a Nigerian municipality as a case study. The study was a sample survey of a cross section(More)
This study investigated reproductive health workers' (RHWs) use of ICTs, the effects of ICTs on their job functions, and the challenges limiting full exploitation of ICTs. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. Stratified sampling technique was used to select a sample of 360 RHWs of the University College Hospital, Nigeria. A questionnaire obtained(More)
This study assessed e-Government adoption in Ekiti state government ministries, agencies and departments. It determined the availability of e-Government resources and infrastructure, the stage of e-government implementation and the challenges. Gartner's four phase of e-Government model was used for analysis. Social sur vey design approach was adopted. Data(More)