Open Materials Discourse: Re-evaluating Internet Users' Information Privacy Concerns: The Case in Japan

Pape, S.; Ivan, A.; Harborth, D.; Nakamura, T.; Kiyomoto, S.; Takasaki, H. and Rannenberg, K.

In AIS Transactions on Replication Research, 6 (22): 1-7, 2020.

Abstract

This paper provides the survey materials used to collect the data for the conceptual replication of the Internet Users' Information Privacy Concerns (IUIPC) model by Malhotra et al. (2004). The replication paper (Pape et al., 2020) used awareness, collection and control as constructs for the second order construct of IUIPC, as well as risk and trusting beliefs from the original paper. Instead of intended behavior the self-developed construct of willingness to share was used. Altogether more than 9,000 data points were collected. This paper provides additional materials and details on the participants, and the Japanese survey questions along with an English version for readers who are unfamiliar with Japanese. We hope that the additional information and in particular the Japanese questions provide some background on our study which will allow others a better understanding of our research and to make use of the questions themselves.

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Bibtex

@Article{PIHNKTR20trromd,
  author   = {Sebastian Pape and Ana Ivan and David Harborth and Toru Nakamura and Shinsaku Kiyomoto and Haruo Takasaki and Kai Rannenberg},
  title    = {Open Materials Discourse: Re-evaluating Internet Users' Information Privacy Concerns: The Case in Japan},
  journal  = {AIS Transactions on Replication Research},
  year     = {2020},
  volume   = {6},
  number   = {22},
  pages    = {1--7},
  month    = {10},
  doi      = {10.17705/1atrr.00065},
  keywords = {privacy, methodology},
  url      = {https://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol6/iss1/22},
}

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