Little is known about how culture affects users' perceptions and beliefs after they have adopted an information technology (IT). This study constructed and verified a research model, based on interaction theory and the cultural lens model, that focuses on the relationship between users' cultural profiles and post-adoption beliefs in the context of the mobile Internet. The results of large-scale on-line surveys in Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan indicate that four cultural factors-uncertainty avoidance, individualism, contextuality, and time perception-have a significant influence on users' post-adoption perceptions of mobile Internet services.
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This?work?was?supported?by?a?Korea?Research?Foundation?grant?funded?by?the? Koreangovernment? KRF-2003–042-B00045).TheauthorswouldliketothankDr .? Kar?YanT amattheHongKongUniversityofScienceandT echnologyandMs.Julia? Liuatthe? Advancede-Commer ceInstituteinT aiwan.Theyar ealsogratefultoDr .? Vladimir?Zwass,?the?editor-in-chief?of?IJEC,?and?three?anonymous?reviewers.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Business and International Management
- Economics and Econometrics