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International Journal of eBusiness and eGovernment  Studies (IJEBEG)

Publisher:  The Social Sciences ResearchSociety

ISSN:  2146-0744(Online)

Subject:  Humanities, Social Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

Vol 9 No 1 2017

 

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ON THE SPREAD OF COMPUTER LITERACY AMONG EDUCATION STUDENTS

Erenita V. Bahian -Amelita M. Sari

 

 

GENDER BASED E-PROCUREMENT WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHANNESBURG METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY

A Kithatu-Kiwekete- Shikha Vyas-Doorgapersad

 

GENDER AND ICT IN EAST AND WEST AFRICA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Shikha Vyas-Doorgapersad - A. Kithatu-Kiwekete

 

 

UNDERSTANDING GOVERNANCE, ICT AND ORGANISATION SUSTAINABILITY: PERSPECTIVES FROM DONOR FUNDED SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMES) IN UGANDA.

Wilfred Kokas Aupal- Willy Ngaka

 

 

OPEN ETHICAL ISSUES IN DIGITAL FORENSIC SYSTEMS

Adedayo M. Balogun - Tranos Zuva

 

 

FACULTY-PERCEIVED CONSTRAINTS TOWARDS EMBRACING TRANSFORMATIVE eLEARNING TECHNOLOGIES AT A SOUTH AFRICAN TERTIARY INSTITUTION

Anthony Kiryagana Isabirye - Nobukhosi Dlodlo - Lydia Mbati

 

 

Vol 9 No 2 2017

 

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INTENTION TO USE M-GOVERNMENT SERVICES: AGE, GENDER AND EDUCATION REALLY MATTER?

Annie Ng Cheng San-Choy Johnn Yee-Krishna Moorthy-Alex Foo Tun Lee

 

THE MOTIVES BEHIND KOREA’S LEADING E-GOVERNMENT AID PROGRAM

James C. Schopf

 

A PRELIMINARY WORK ON INVESTIGATING UNITED NATIONS’S E-GOVERNMENT CRITERIA IN MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES

Mohammed HUSSEIN- O. Tolga PUSATLI

 

 

THE INFLUENCE OF FLOW, SUBJECTIVE NORMS AND ATTITUDE ON GENERATION Y STUDENTS’ ADOPTION INTENTIONS TOWARD MOBILE GAMES

C. Synodinos - DG Price - AL Bevan-Dye

 

 

 

THE ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ON THE EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING FIRMS: EVIDENCE FROM ZIMBABWE

Edmore Tarambiwa - Chengedzai Mafini

 

 

AN ASSESSMENT OF CHURN DETERMINANTS IN ZIMBABWE’S MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES

Lynn Hwambo - Roy M. Shamhuyenhanzva - Maxwell Sandada

 

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ACCOUNTANCY CURRICULA: NECESSITY OR AFTERTHOUGHT

Olive Stumke

 

 

MEASURING AND MODELLING INTERNET BANKING SERVICE QUALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

Ephrem Habtemichael Redda - Jhalukpreya Surujlal

 

 

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