Table of contents for Managing web usage in the workplace : a social, ethical, and legal perspective / [edited by] Murugan Anandarajan, Claire Simmers.


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PREFACE             ................................................................... i
SECTION I
Chapter  1  .............................................................................. 1
Understanding Senior Executives' Use of Information Technology and the Internet
Guus G. M. Pijpers, Philips Electronics, The Netherlands
Chapter 2 ........................................        .......................... 24
Predictors of Internet Usage for Work Tasks
Lyndal Stiller-Hughes, University of Manchester Institute of Science and
Technology, UK
Ivan T. Robertson, University of Manchester Institute of Science and
Technology, UK
Chapter 3 ............................................................................  44
Factors Influencing Web Access Behavior in the Workplace:
A StructuralEquationApproach
Murugan Anandarajan, Drexel University, USA
Claire A. Simmers, St. Joseph's University, USA
Chapter 4  ........................................................................... 67
Internet Usage in Sub-Saharan Africa
Uzoamaka P. Anakwe, Pace University, USA
Chapter 5 ...........................................................................  84
E-commerce System: An Examination of User Experiences
of the E-commerce Site with the Standard User Interface
Shin-Ping Liu, University ofNorth Texas, USA
Dennis Tucker, Transfmity Corporation, USA



Chapter6  ......................................................................... 107
Factors Affecting Behavioral Intentions to Adopt Electronic
Shoppingon the World WideWeb: A StructuralEquationModelingApproach
BayArinze, Drexel University, USA
Christopher Ruth, Bass Hotels and Resorts, USA
SECTION II
Chapter7  ...........................................................................  130
Organizational Impacts and Social Shaping ofWeb Management Practice
Kristin Eschenfelder, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Chapter8  ...........................................................................  148
Internet Gamblingin the Workplace
Mark Griffiths, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Chapter9  .............................................................             168
Internet User Satisfaction, Job Satisfaction and
Internet Background: An Exploratory Study
Claire A. Simmers, St. Joseph's University, USA
Murugan Anandarajan, Drexel University, USA
Chapter   10 ..........................................................................  186
TheMeasurementofTelecommutingPerformance
Magid Igbaria,
Claremont Graduate University, USA & Tel Aviv University, Israel
Patrick W. Devine, Drexel University, USA
Eunyoung Cheon, TA WOOD, USA
SECTIONIII
Chapter 11 ................................................................................ 211
Classifying Web Usage Behavior in the WorkPlace:
An Artificial NeuralNetworkApproach
Murugan Anandarajan, Drexel University, USA
Chapter  12  ............................................................................ 235
Managing Large Modules-E-mail or Web Sites
Elayne Coakes, University of Westminster, UK
Dianne Willis, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
Chapter  13  ........................................................................... 254
ManagingE-business: SecurityIssues and Solutions
Keng Siau, University ofNebraska-Lincoln, USA



Shane Meakim, J. D. Edwards, USA
Chapter 14 .....   ............................ 270
Reducing Legal, Financial, and Operational Risks: A Comparative Discussion
of Aligning Internet Usage With Business Priorities Through Internet
PolicyManagement
Claire A. Simmers, St. Joseph's University, USA
Adam Bosnian, Elron Software Inc., USA
Chapter 15  ....................................................................... 286
Universal Site Accessibility: Barrier Free For All
Beth Archibald Tang, University of Virginia, USA
Chapter 16  ........................................................................ 302
An Accounting Frameworkfor Identifying InternetAbuse
Asokan Anandarajan, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
C. A. Srinivasan, Drexel University, USA
Chapter 17  ........................................................................ 319
Web Management and Usage: A Critical Social Perspective
Steve Clarke, Luton Business School, UK
Chapter  18  ....................................................................... 338
Fuzzy Boundaries, Strange Negotiations: Problems of Space,
Place and Identity in Cyberspace
Andrew Wenn, Victoria University of Technology, Australia
About the Authors  .................................................................. 362
Index  ...............................................................................370








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Business enterprises Computer networks, Computer networks Law and legislation, Electronic commerce Management, Internet industry Management, World Wide Web