e-Government adoption model based on theory of planned behavior: Empirical validation

2011-10-01
The e-Government phenomenon has become more important with the ever increasing number of implementations worldwide. A model explaining the e-Government adoption and the related measurement instrument - a survey - had been developed and validated in this study. In a post Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) approach, theory of planned behavior (TPB) was extended to fit the requirements of e-Government context. The adoption of student loans service of the higher education student loans and accommodation association of Turkey (KYK) was investigated to obtain data for empirical validation. The instrument was administered to over four-hundred students and partial least squares path modeling was employed to analyze the data. The results indicate that the model was an improvement over TAM in terms of predictive power. The constructs trust, perceived behavioral control and attitudes successfully explained the intention to use an e-Government service. The findings presented in this study provide useful insights for researchers and policy makers when dealing with e-Government services.
GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY

Suggestions

E-government adoption model based on theory of planned behavior: empirical investigation
Kanat, İrfan Emrah; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi; Department of Information Systems (2009)
The e-government phenomena has become more important with the ever increasing number of implementations world wide. A model explaining the e-government adoption and the related measurement instrument a survey had been developed and validated in this study. In a post technology acceptance model (TAM) approach, theory of planned behavior (TPB) was extended to t the requirements of e-government context. The adoption of student loans service of the higher education student loans and accommodation association...
Labor migration in Europe within the context of demographic challenges
İlkserim, Ayselin Yıldız; Gitmez, Ali; Department of European Studies (2004)
Today, it is a very crucial problem that many European countries are encountering demographic challenges stemming from the population decline and aging and according to many studies and future projections, this demographic trend will reach more critical levels for the next 50 years. The most prominent impact of this demographic situation will be on social security systems that the functioning and sustainability of pension and health care systems will be severely damaged with regard to the rapidly increasing...
A Structural Model for Students' Adoption of Learning Management Systems: An Empirical Investigation in the Higher Education Context
FINDIK COŞKUNÇAY, Duygu; Alkis, Nurcan; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi (2018-04-01)
With the recent advances in information technologies, Learning Management Systems have taken on a significant role in providing educational resources. The successful use of these systems in higher education is important for the implementation, management and continuous improvement of e-learning services to increase the quality of learning. This study aimed to identify the factors affecting higher education students' behavioral intention towards Learning Management Systems. A research model was proposed base...
A model for instructors' adoption of learning management systems: Empirical Validation in higher education context
Findik Coşkunçay, Duygu; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi (2013-04-01)
Through the rapid expansion of information technologies, Learning Management Systems have become one of the most important innovations for delivering education. However, successful implementation and management of these systems are primarily based on the instructors' adoption. In this context, this study aims to understand behavioral intentions of higher education instructors towards Learning Management Systems and further to identify the influencing factors. A multidimensional research model has been propo...
Online embedding and clustering of evolving data streams
Zubaroglu, Alaettin; Atalay, Mehmet Volkan (2022-07-01)
Number of connected devices is steadily increasing and this trend is expected to continue in the near future. Connected devices continuously generate data streams and the data streams may often be high dimensional and contain concept drift. Clustering is one of the most suitable methods for real-time data stream processing, since clustering can be applied with less prior information about the data. Also, data embedding makes the visualization of high dimensional data possible and may simplify clustering pro...
Citation Formats
S. Özkan Yıldırım, “e-Government adoption model based on theory of planned behavior: Empirical validation,” GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY, pp. 503–513, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/30870.