Cultural Effects on Perceptions of Unauthorized Software Copying
作者: Pei-Hsuan HsiehKuo-Chuan Martin Yeh
作者单位: 1National Cheng Kung University , Tainan 701 , Taiwan
2The Pennsylvania State University — University Park , University Park , PA 16802
刊名: Journal of Computer Information Systems, 2012, Vol.53 (1), pp.42-47
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/08874417.2012.11645595
原始语种摘要: In most prior cross-cultural studies, which explored the antecedents of software users' USC (Unauthorized Software Copying) intentions, legal and ethical perspectives of USC lacked careful and distinguishing discussions. Thus, this research compares the attitudes of undergraduates in Taiwan and in the United States toward USC, in particular, legal and ethical perspectives. A collection of 133 surveys indicates undergraduate students in Taiwan are significantly more sensitive to USC than those in the United States. In addition, the self-reported ability to copy software was significantly lower among Taiwanese participants than U.S. students. For those who reported higher abilities to copy software or those with religious convictions, their attitudes seemed to be more open-minded toward USC...
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  •  文化的
  • ethical 道德
  • software 软件
  • legality 合法
  • undergraduate 大学肄业生
  • reformulate 改订
  • distinguishing 判别
  • religious 宗教
  • cultural 文化的
  • toward 文化的
  • antecedents 经历