Continuance Intention Towards E-Government Web-Based Applications Adoption in Southern Malaysia
Global Journal of Business and Social Science Review, Vol. 1(2) 2013. 146-153
8 Pages Posted: 18 Jul 2017 Last revised: 1 Apr 2019
Date Written: April 22, 2013
Objective - To identify the relationship between the e-Government web-based applications adoption and citizens' continuance intention in Southern Malaysia and to determine which element in the predictor variable that has more influence towards the outcome variable based on a theoretical framework.
Methodology/Technique - It is a correlational study that uses survey to gather data. This study is conducted in the selected private organizations in the Southern Malaysia; namely the states of Johor, Melaka and Negeri Sembilan. Convenience sampling was chosen to select 216 respondents.
Findings - The results found that website design, complexity and perceived usefulness significantly associated with citizens' continuance intention. In addition, perceived usefulness is the main predictor in influencing citizens' continuance intention.
Novelty - This study focuses on the continuance intention to use the intended web-based applications rather than the initial intention to use the applications.
Keywords: e-Government adoption; Continuance intention; Web-Based Applications; Southern Malaysia
JEL Classification: C80, C88, C89, L86, L88
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