SIG - Adoption and Diffusion of IT

Research on adoption and diffusion of information technology has improved our understanding of how IT is utilized by individuals, groups, and organizations and its positive and negative consequences. As a result, we have rich understanding of relevant topics such as digital innovation, digital business models, and IT implementation, to name a few. With the accelerating pace of digital transformation penetrating organizations and societies and the fundamental role of information systems in it, as has been witnessed during COVID-19 pandemic, there is still much to learn about the diffusion and adoption of IT. We need to investigate the potentials of the bright sides of new digital innovations, while also examine the dark sides of adoption and diffusion of IT. Issues such as IS misuse, IT addiction, propagation of online fake information, algorithmic biases, demise of human agency by intelligent systems, technostress, information overload, and new digital divides present relevant and ripe areas to investigate. This track seeks to be a forum for high-quality research that can theoretically and/or practically provide valuable insights into the adoption and diffusion of digital innovations at all levels and their bright and dark consequences. This includes the application of all types of research methodologies.

Track Chairs:

Hamed Qahri Saremi, Colorado State University, hamed.qahri-saremi@colostate.edu Jennifer L. Claggett, Wake Forest University, claggett@gmail.com Andreas Eckhardt, University of Innsbruck, andreas.eckhardt@uibk.ac.at
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

Adopting AI-Enabled Technology: Taking the Bad with the Good

George Dagliyan, Pepperdine University
Nelson F. Granados, Pepperdine University
Cristel A. Russell, Pepperdine University

12:00 AM

Adoption of Smart Home Speakers: Study of User Acceptance Factors

Evgeniia Filippova-Karlusch, MCI Management Center Innsbruck
Jakob Vincent Summer, Capgemini Invent

12:00 AM

Ambivalence Reduction Effect on Technology Adoption and Use

Reza Vaezi, Kennesaw State University

12:00 AM

An Augmented UTAUT Model for Robo-Advisor Adoption

Maximilian Horn, University of Bremen
Martin Missong, University of Bremen

12:00 AM

Beyond MLOps: The Lifecycle of Machine Learning-based Solutions

Tomasz Marcin Mucha, Aalto University
Sijia Ma, Peking University
Kaveh Abhari, San Diego State University

12:00 AM

Breaking Out of the Social Media Prison: Identifying Strategies to Disrupt the IT- Mediated State-Tracking Habit

Nicola Schreyer, University of Innsbruck
Christoph Weinert, University of Bamberg

12:00 AM

Choice or Compulsion? – A Typology of Self-Reported Smartphone Use

Arvid Alexander Eichner, Goethe University Frankfurt
Nicholas Valentin Lingnau, Goethe University Frankfurt

12:00 AM

Digital Nudging to Reduce Techno Stressors: Insights from Qualitative and Quantitative Studies

Maximilian Valta, University of Bamberg
Christian Maier, University of Bamberg

12:00 AM

Dividing Complexity to Conquer New Dimensions – Towards a Framework for Designing Augmented Reality Solutions

Julia Bräker, University of Hamburg
Martin Semmann, University of Hamburg

12:00 AM

For Better and Worst: IT Identity and Subjective Well-being

Dominique Welt, McGill University
Geneviève Bassellier, McGill University

12:00 AM

IoT adoption in agriculture: a systematic review

Cevdet Bulut, Royal Holloway, University of London
Philip Wu, Royal Holloway

12:00 AM

Linking Coping Emotions to IT Events: A Conceptual Framework

Ali El Samra, Brunel University London
Azar Shahgholian, Liverpool John Moores University
Nikolay Mehandjiev, The University of Manchester

12:00 AM

Reducing Technostress: The Role of the Digital Mindset

Maximilian Valta, University of Bamberg
Yannick Hildebrandt, University of Bamberg
Christian Maier, University of Bamberg

12:00 AM

Reflectiveness: The Missing Link between Digital Mindfulness and Mindful Use of Digital Technology

Melissa Klase, San Diego State University
Olivia Connors, San Diego State University
Kaveh Abhari, San Diego State University

12:00 AM

Societal acceptance of mobile contact tracing applications: the moderating effect of construal level

Félix Joly, HEC Montréal
Camille Grange, HEC Montreal

12:00 AM

The Impact of Mobile Payment on Consumer Behavior: A Unified Model

Ruoning Qian, UNCG
Prashant Palvia, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

12:00 AM

Understanding Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Purchase Motivations

Peter Haried, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
James Murray, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

12:00 AM

Unraveling Cyberloafing Paradox: Towards A Targeted Approach for Managing Cyberloafing

Bright Frimpong, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Fatima Mohammed, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

12:00 AM

Value-Cost Model for Cryptocurrency Adoption

Saeed Abooleet, DePaul University
Xiaowen Fang, DePaul University

12:00 AM