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The Factors Influencing Information Technology Non-Acceptance: Approach by Grounded Theory
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  • Journal title : The Journal of Information Systems
  • Volume 24, Issue 4,  2015, pp.83-97
  • Publisher : The Korea Association of Information Systems
  • DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.83
 Title & Authors
The Factors Influencing Information Technology Non-Acceptance: Approach by Grounded Theory
Lee, Woong-Kyu; Park, Jin-Hoon;
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Purpose: Traditionally, information technology acceptance have been considered one of the most important research issues. However non-acceptance, which was main objective of acceptance theories, have not been included in main research area by communities of information systems. This study is to identify the factors influencing non-acceptance of information technology and suggest a total research model for explaining the phenomena of non-acceptance. Design/methodology/approach: Grounded theory was adopted as a principal research method. which is an inductive technique of interpreting qualitative data about a social phenomenon to build theories about that phenomenon. Data were collected by depth interview and open question on potential non-adopters during 3 months. The collected data were coded by two main coding paradigm in ground theory, open coding and axis coding. Findings: Factors influencing non-acceptance, status quo, imitation, value evaluation, and concerning risk were extracted from open coding. These factors were integrated into system 1 thinking and system 2 thinking, which were from axis coding. More specifically, status quo and imitation are system 1 thinking which are more responsive and emotional thinking and value evaluation and concerning risk are system 2 thinking which are more rational and reasoning thinking.
Non-acceptance;System 1 thinking;System 2 thinking;Status quo;Imitation;Grounded theory;
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