Adoption Intention in GSS: Relative Importance of Beliefs

@article{Chin1995AdoptionII,
  title={Adoption Intention in GSS: Relative Importance of Beliefs},
  author={Wynne W. Chin and Abhijit Gopal},
  journal={DATA BASE},
  year={1995},
  volume={26},
  pages={42-64}
}
Models used to study information technology (IT) adoption were adapted and applied to the group support systems (GSS) domain to determine their applicability and to assess the relative importance of beliefs about GSS in the context of adoption. The beliefs examined were relative advantage, ease of use, compatibility, and enjoyment. Four methods of measuring the relative importance of the belief constructs in predicting GSS adoption intention were evaluated. The methods involved Likert-scaled… CONTINUE READING
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