author={Fang Yang and Shudong Wang},
  journal={Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology},
This research investigates East Asian students’ perceptions towards e-learning privacy. The survey was first carried out in Japan (N1= 255) and China (N2=307) in 2009. In 2012 the same survey was conducted again in these two countries but with different participants (N3=175, N4=63). To survey in different countries is to verify whether e-learning privacy perceptions have cultural factors. To conduct the same survey with a three-year interval is to verify whether e-learning privacy perceptions… 

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