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Information Systems Reading List

Recommended reading list for all IS students

References

Technology Acceptance / Adoption Research:

 

Ahuja, M.K. & J.B. Thatcher. (2005). Moving Beyond Intentions and Toward the Theory of Trying: Effects of Work Environment and Gender on Post-Adoption Information Technology use. MIS Quarterly 29, 427-459.

Ajzen, I. (1991). The theory of planned behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 50, 179-211.

Compeau, D.R. & C.A. Higgins. (1995). Application of social cognitive theory to training for computer skills. Information System Research 6, 118-143.

Compeau, D.R., C.A. Higgins & S. Huff. (1999). Social Cognitive Theory and Individual Reactions to Computing Technology: A Longitudinal Study. MIS Quarterly 23, 145-158.

Davis, F.D. (1989). Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and user acceptance of information technology. MIS Quarterly 13, 319-339.

Davis, F.D., R.P. Bagozzi & P.R. Warshaw. (1992). Extrinsic and intrinsic motivation to use computers in the workplace. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 22, 1111-1132.

------. (1989). User acceptance of computer technology: A comparison of two theoretical models. Management Science 35, 982-1003.

Goodhue, D.L. (1995). Understanding user evaluations of information systems. Management Science 41, 1827-1844.

Hu, P.J., P.Y.K. Chau, O.R.L. Sheng & K.Y. Tam. (1999). Examining the technology acceptance model using physician acceptance of telemedicine technology. Journal of Management Information Systems 16, 91-112.

Karahanna, E., D.W. Straub & N.L. Chervany. (1999). Information technology adoption across time: A cross-sectional comparison of pre-adoption and post-adoption beliefs. MIS Quarterly 23, 183-213.

Kim, S.S. & N.K. Malhotra. (2005). A Longitudinal Model of Continued IS Use: An Integrative View of Four Mechanisms Underlying Postadoption Phenomena. Management Science 51, 741-755.

Mathieson, K. (1991). Predicting user intentions: comparing the technology acceptance model with the theory of planned behavior. Information Systems Research 2, 173-191.

Moore, G.C. & I. Benbasat. (1991). Development of an instrument to measure the perceptions of adopting an information technology innovation. Information Systems Research 2, 192-222.

Plouffe, D.R., J.S. Hulland & M. Vandenbosch. (2001). Research Report: Richness Versus Parsimony in Modeling Technology Adoption Decisions: Understanding Merchant Adoption of a Smart Card-Based Payment System. Information Systems Research 12, 208-222.

Szajna, B. (1996). Empirical evaluation of the revised technology acceptance model. Management Science 42, 85-92.

Taylor, S. & P. Todd. (1995). Assessing IT usage: The role of prior experience. MIS Quarterly 19, 561.

Taylor, S. & P.A. Todd. (1995). Understanding information technology usage: A test of competing models. Information Systems Research 6, 144-176.

Venkatesh, V. & M.G. Morris. (2000). Why don't men ever stop asking for directions? Gender, social influence, and their role in technology acceptance and usage behavior. MIS Quarterly 24, 115-139.

Venkatesh, V., M.G. Morris, G.B. Davis & F.D. Davis. (2003). User Acceptance of Information Technology: Toward a Unified View. MIS Quarterly 27, 425-478.

Wixom, B.H. & P.A. Todd. (2005). A Theoretical Integration of User Satisfaction and Technology Acceptance. Information Systems Research 16, 85-102.

 

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