Changes in Attitudes Toward an Information Systems Innovation: Reactions to Implementation Delays
- Advice for the cyberphobic. Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development;Sep95, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p10
Presents tips on how to deal with fears related to information technology. Taking a step-by-step approach; Need for time to learn; Learning from different sources.
- Information Technology Use and Cognitive Outcomes in the First Year of College. Flowers, Lamont; Pascarella, Ernest T. // Journal of Higher Education;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p637
Estimates the cognitive impact of information technology utilization during the first year of college. Information technology use on postsecondary education; Similarities and differences in the factors influencing information technology use; Differences between students in two-year and...
- Electronoclast >> Too connected? Steinert-Threkeld, Tom // Inter@ctive Week;06/05/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 22, p126
Comments on a traveler's addiction to his portable computer and a cell phone to the extent of forgetting communication with others.
- 'I Wish To Speak to the Despisers Of The Body': The Internet, Physicality, and Psychoanalysis. Bird, John // Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society;Spring2003, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p121
Focuses on the psychoanalytic explanation for technology-based interpersonal relationships. Nature and appeal of the Internet and mobile phones; Pathological projective identification in virtual relationships; Implications of communication technology on morality.
- Why techno-phobia could be hazardous to your career health. Dolan, Thomas C. // Healthcare Executive;May/June1997, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p5
Discusses the negative effects of technology phobia on career development in the health care services industry in the United States. Comparative importance of technological know-how to effective management skills; Competitive disadvantage; Supervision of the information technology function of...
- Dealing with the Brain-Technology Crisis. // Trends Magazine;Mar2010, Issue 83, p13
The article focuses on the changes in the way people behave and think brought by the advancements in the information technology (IT), and discusses their future impact on lives and brains. It discusses the study done by Gary Small, a professor of psychiatry, on the effect of technological...
- CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE AND USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: EXTENDING THE UNIFIED THEORY OF ACCEPTANCE AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY. Venkatesh, Viswanath; L. Thong, James Y.; Xu, Xin // MIS Quarterly;Mar2012, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p157
This paper extends the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) to study acceptance and use of technology in a consumer context. Our proposed UTAUT2 incorporates three constructs into UTAUT:hedonic motivation, price value, and habit. Individual differences-namely, age, gender,...
- Socio-psychological Impact of Internet Cafes on Frequent Attendants. Lairi, Saleh; Hajeeh, Mohammed; Awadh, Wafa // Journal of Social Sciences;2007, Vol. 35 Issue 2, Special Section p11
Great strides have been taken in today's world toward utilizing information technology to serve humanity effectively and to link cultures, civilizations and spread knowledge around the world. The use of this technology has transformed our world and has undoubtedly affected its users in many...
- The Jargon Factory. Balasubramanian, T. A. // Dataquest;11/30/2013, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p90
The article discusses the evolution of three-letter acronyms (TLA) created by the computer industry source Jargon Invention Gearbox (JIG). It states that TLA implies abbreviations which suggests new technology in human understanding. It mentions that TLA poses dread for information technology...