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The Impact of Nursing Students' Cultural Diversity on the Intention and Attitudes Toward the use of Information Technology

Gonen, A.; Sharon, D.; Lev-Ari, L.; Strauss, E.; Segev, R.

Journal of Transcultural Nursing: Official Journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society 27(3): 302-310

2016


ISSN/ISBN: 1552-7832
PMID: 25869449
DOI: 10.1177/1043659615581558
Accession: 059012133

This research highlights the evidences that: The greater the threat, the lower the attitude toward information technology is, and the greater the sense of challenge, the greater self-efficacy is. Innovativeness was found to be a behavioral intention predictor in two groups, secular Jews and Arabs. This study provides nurses and nurse educators with some valuable insights about how culture, religion, and education may influence nursing students' attitudes toward information technology.

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