Does Social Learning Theory Condition the Effects of Low Self-Control on College Students ’ Software Piracy ?

@inproceedings{Higgins2004DoesSL,
  title={Does Social Learning Theory Condition the Effects of Low Self-Control on College Students ’ Software Piracy ?},
  author={George E. Higgins and David A. Makin},
  year={2004}
}
Although researchers have examined software piracy using several correlates and theories, it is not clear whether low self-control has an effect on software piracy and if social learning theory can condition the effect that low self-control has on college students’ software piracy. Using data collected from three hundred and eighteen undergraduate college students, this study examines the effect that low self-control has on software piracy and whether social learning measures (i.e., associating… CONTINUE READING

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