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Social Cognitive Theory and Individual Reactions to Computing Technology: A


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EDITOR'S COMMENTS ....................................... XXV


EXECUTIVE
OVERVIEWS.......................................XXiX
RESEARCH
NOTE
Social Cognitive Theory and Individual Reactions to
Computing Technology: A Longitudinal Study
Deborah Compeau, Christopher A. Higgins, and Sid Huff ...... .145

RESEARCH
ARTICLES

The Implications of Information Technology Infrastructurefor


Business Process Redesign
Marianne Broadbent, Peter Weill, and Don St. Clair ...........159
Information Technology Adoption Across Time:
A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Pre-Adoption and
Post-Adoption Beliefs
Elena Karahanna, Detmar W. Straub, and Norman L. Chervany .. .183
The Untapped Potential of IT Chargeback
Jeanne W. Ross, Michael R. Vitale, and Cynthia Mathis Beath .... 215
Creation of Favorable User Perceptions:
Exploring the Role of IntrinsicMotivation
Viswanath Venkatesh ................ ..................239
Arrangements for Information Technology Governance:
A Theory of Multiple Contingencies
V. Sambamurthy and Robert W. Zmud .......... .... ..... . 261

SPECIALINTEREST

MIS Doctoral Dissertations: 1997-1998


J. Scott Hamilton, Gordon B. Davis, and Janice I. DeGross ......291

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