With the advancement of information technology (IT), there is growing concern about the phenomenon of SQB, as people rarely willingly accept change and prefer their beliefs. As a result, academics in IS research regard SQB research as an exciting theme. While knowledge of SQB in the IS discipline is growing, we need a comprehensive view due to the use of omnibus constructs, which display a shared use of several constructs without proper validation and change attribute consideration, potentially producing unclear and ambiguous results. As a result, we examined 31 papers published using the SQB constructs between 2010 and 2023. The existing literature demonstrates the importance of this approach in furthering our understanding of the complex issue of using SQB constructs. We present a cross-tabulation of observed change attributes across the SQB constructs to examine the omnibus nature of the SQB constructs and provide directions for future research.
Niranga, Mahikala; Sedera, Darshana; and Sorwar, Golam, "Does the Use of Omnibus Constructs in SQB in IS Research Compromise Its Insights?" (2023). ACIS 2023 Proceedings. 98.