Technology acceptance model: a literature review from 1986 to 2013

  title={Technology acceptance model: a literature review from 1986 to 2013},
  author={Nikola Marangunic and Andrina Granic},
  journal={Universal Access in the Information Society},
With the ever-increasing development of technology and its integration into users’ private and professional life, a decision regarding its acceptance or rejection still remains an open question. A respectable amount of work dealing with the technology acceptance model (TAM), from its first appearance more than a quarter of a century ago, clearly indicates a popularity of the model in the field of technology acceptance. Originated in the psychological theory of reasoned action and theory of… CONTINUE READING
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