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16-8-2018 12:00 AM

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The extant literature has investigated how individuals engage in inappropriate behaviors based on the rational choice theory (RCT), and the neutralization theory under normal situations, however it has given little consideration to how individuals engage in inappropriate behaviors under the context of disasters. To fill this research gap, we propose a selfless misuse model, which offers a theoretical explanation for the impact of the concept of bounded rationality on individuals’ selfless misuse intention under the context of disasters. In addition, to reduce this misuse behavior, we aim to investigate the role of system resilience in assisting employees to make better decisions and act positively.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

The Determinant of Selfless Misuse Intention and the Role of System Resilience under the Context of Disasters

The extant literature has investigated how individuals engage in inappropriate behaviors based on the rational choice theory (RCT), and the neutralization theory under normal situations, however it has given little consideration to how individuals engage in inappropriate behaviors under the context of disasters. To fill this research gap, we propose a selfless misuse model, which offers a theoretical explanation for the impact of the concept of bounded rationality on individuals’ selfless misuse intention under the context of disasters. In addition, to reduce this misuse behavior, we aim to investigate the role of system resilience in assisting employees to make better decisions and act positively.