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Relationships between Job Satisfaction and User Acceptance to IS

Arsova, Ivana LU and Karlsson, Viktor LU (2011) INFM02 20102
Department of Informatics
Abstract
Information system have become exceedingly important in our daily working lives and by that tightly connected with jobs. Job satisfaction is relatively explored research field which has become very popular in the last decades. But how do information systems affect other aspects of work, and how does our perception of our working life affect our acceptance of information systems is relatively unexplored. The job characteristics are tightly connected to job satisfaction, due to what we have included them in our study. In order to find the relationships between job satisfaction, job characteristics and user acceptance of information system we have used previously established theories in those research fields, from which we have drawn our... (More)
Information system have become exceedingly important in our daily working lives and by that tightly connected with jobs. Job satisfaction is relatively explored research field which has become very popular in the last decades. But how do information systems affect other aspects of work, and how does our perception of our working life affect our acceptance of information systems is relatively unexplored. The job characteristics are tightly connected to job satisfaction, due to what we have included them in our study. In order to find the relationships between job satisfaction, job characteristics and user acceptance of information system we have used previously established theories in those research fields, from which we have drawn our model for investigation. This was followed by collection of empirical data from online survey and interviews. We have analyzed the data by applying various quantitative and qualitative methods. The results have shown that job satisfaction, user acceptance of the information system and job characteristics are correlated. The influence on job satisfaction is also researched by performing regression analysis, but due to the small size of respondents future research is needed. Our study rises up and gives the basis of an interesting question: does higher user acceptance of the information system leads to greater job satisfaction? (Less)
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author
Arsova, Ivana LU and Karlsson, Viktor LU
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organization
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INFM02 20102
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
user acceptance, job satisfaction, TAM, IS
report number
INFM02
language
English
id
1779078
date added to LUP
2011-02-10 10:26:05
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  abstract     = {Information system have become exceedingly important in our daily working lives and by that tightly connected with jobs. Job satisfaction is relatively explored research field which has become very popular in the last decades. But how do information systems affect other aspects of work, and how does our perception of our working life affect our acceptance of information systems is relatively unexplored. The job characteristics are tightly connected to job satisfaction, due to what we have included them in our study. In order to find the relationships between job satisfaction, job characteristics and user acceptance of information system we have used previously established theories in those research fields, from which we have drawn our model for investigation. This was followed by collection of empirical data from online survey and interviews. We have analyzed the data by applying various quantitative and qualitative methods. The results have shown that job satisfaction, user acceptance of the information system and job characteristics are correlated. The influence on job satisfaction is also researched by performing regression analysis, but due to the small size of respondents future research is needed. Our study rises up and gives the basis of an interesting question: does higher user acceptance of the information system leads to greater job satisfaction?},
  author       = {Arsova, Ivana and Karlsson, Viktor},
  keyword      = {user acceptance,job satisfaction,TAM,IS},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Relationships between Job Satisfaction and User Acceptance to IS},
  year         = {2011},
}