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Measuring computer and Web attitudes using CAS and WAS measurement instruments

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3 Author(s)
Horvat, J. ; Fac. of Econ. in Osijek ; Petric, G. ; Mikrut, M.

The purpose of this article was to examine CAS (computer attitude scale) and WAS (WWW attitude scale) measurement instrument for measuring computer and WWW attitudes in Region of East Croatia. The research questions to be answered by this study are: (R1) What is the relationship between the CAS and the WAS? (R2) What are the predictor variables of various computer experiences to the CAS and to the WAS? (R3) Are there significantly demographic differences on the CAS and on the WAS? Internal consistency, stability and validity of the CAS and the WAS measurement instrument were tested and discussed

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Information Technology Interfaces, 2004. 26th International Conference on

Date of Conference:

7-10 June 2004