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KCI등재 학술저널

한·중 데이터로 살펴본 직장 내 CCTV 도입 신뢰에 대한 일본 과거사의 점화효과 연구

Understanding the Japanese History Problem on Trust in Technology Adoption of Workplace Surveillance Cameras: A Moderated Mediation Model in Korean and Chinese Context

Purpose - In the Korean and Chinese social landscape, it is vital to appreciate the significance of the Japanese history problem. The current study investigated whether the perception of the Japanese history problem affects decisions regarding technology adoption in organizations by comparing South Korea and China. Design/methodology/approach - The study involved 305 Korean and 379 Chinese participants who responded to scenarios and surveys regarding the adoption of workplace surveillance cameras supplied by a Japanese company. Findings - Using a moderated mediation model based on protection motivation theory (PMT), we found that past experiences of privacy invasion significantly reduced trust in the adoption of surveillance cameras at work. This relationship was mediated by respondents’ perceptions of security vulnerability. The current study, however, did not confirm any significant moderating effect of the Japanese history problem priming on trust in the adoption of workplace surveillance cameras. Research implications - This suggests that the Japanese history problem may have a limited impact on organizational technology adoption decisions, different from the political consumerism behavior driven by public anti-Japanese affectivity. The current study reaffirms the validity and applicability of PMT and provides both theoretical insights and practical recommendations.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 이론적 배경 및 가설 설정

Ⅲ. 연구방법: 한국 샘플

Ⅳ. 연구결과: 한국 샘플

Ⅴ. 연구방법: 중국 샘플

Ⅵ. 중국 데이터: 연구 결과

Ⅶ. 논의 및 결론

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