Corpus ID: 15122116

Unpacking the Subjective norm: Applying Structuration Theory to Traditional Measures of Social Influence

  title={Unpacking the Subjective norm: Applying Structuration Theory to Traditional Measures of Social Influence},
  author={Matthew Lewellen and Val A. Hooper and G. Oliver},
This study took place within the context of a larger project seeking to identify the factors that are associated with the acceptance and use of electronic recordkeeping systems in public sector organizations. This class of system relies on ordinary end-users to choose to select and file appropriate records into the system in order to comply with organizational and legislative recordkeeping requirements. The use of such a system necessarily includes a social or organizational context dimension… Expand
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