The International Technology Management Review
Volume 6, Issue 3, April 2017
1. Linking Indigenous Peoples’ Health-Related Decision Making to Information Communication Technology: Insights from an Emerging Economy
Md. Jahir Uddin Palas, Mahfuz Ashraf, Ali Quazi, Helena Grunfeld, Najmul Hasan
Pages: 64 - 81
Indigenous peoples are being marginalised globally from a socioeconomic perspective and are often excluded from mainstream communities for social and/or geographic reasons. Historically, they tend to have lower living standards, including poor health conditions as compared to the rest of the population....
2. Determinants of the Adoption of Human Resources Information Systems in a Developing Country: An Empirical Study
G.M. Azmal Ali Quaosar
Pages: 82 - 93
This study explores the relationship between innovation, organizational and environmental characteristics, and the adoption of HRIS. After an extensive review of existing literature, a research model and corresponding questionnaire was developed to collect data using purposive sampling method. The targeted...
Md. Anowarul Arif Khan, Md. Mostafizur Rahman Khan, Mahmudul Hassan, Firoz Ahmed, Shah Md. Rauful Haque
Pages: 94 - 102
Community radio is a medium of expressing and sharing views, thoughts, ideas, problems and prospects of rural, disadvantaged, vulnerable and hard to reach population with the mainstream population. As the media of root level people of the disadvantaged areas, Community radio has become popular in recent...
4. User adoption of mobile commerce in Bangladesh: Integrating perceived risk, perceived cost and personal awareness with TAM
Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, Terry Sloan
Pages: 103 - 124
This paper develops and tests a model for predicting user adoption of mobile commerce (i.e. e-commerce using mobile phones) in developing countries. The model takes up the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) determinants of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, and extends these through the inclusion...