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Propositions towards the Impact of Moral Values in Information System Design on Information System Success Depicted by the DeLone & McLean Information System Success Model

Propositions towards the Impact of Moral Values in Information System Design on Information System Success Depicted by the DeLone & McLean Information System Success Model

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Propositions towards the Impact of Moral Values in Information System Design on Information System Success Depicted by the DeLone & McLean Information System Success Model

_Abstract

This paper develops six propositions concerning the impact of moral values in information system design (MVISD) on information system (IS) success by utilizing the IS Success model of DeLone and McLean (DMISSM). The propositions are grounded on moral objectives identified in MVISD design literature and their conjunctions with DMISSM dimensions. An overview of related literature and an explication of the identified research gap are provided beforehand. New research opportunities emerging from the findings of this paper are outlined at the end.

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Lukas Fitz, Prof. Dr. Jochen Scheeg

_Erschienen

2021

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 Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on e-Business – Volume 1: E-DaM, 195-206, 2021 , Lieusaint – Paris, France

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