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An Empirical Study on the Dairy Product Consumers' Intention to Adopt the Food Traceability's Technology: Push-Pull-Mooring Model Integrated by D&M ISS Model and TPB With ITM

Xin Lin, Run-Ze Wu
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
In this study, multiple models—push factor (information system success model), pull factor (ITM theory), mooring factor (TPB), and switching intention—were integrated into the push-pulling-mooring theory  ...  The purpose of this study is to empirically study the influencing factors of Chinese consumers on the food traceability system in the food safety field (hereinafter referred to as FTS).  ...  R-ZW developed the original idea for the study. Both authors read and approved the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.612889 pmid:33519633 pmcid:PMC7843444 fatcat:j43qbk5mqvc7hlt3jk7tonysh4

Emergent Trends in Indigenous Labour Mobility: Flying to Work in the Nation's Quarry [chapter]

Sarah Prout Quicke, Fiona Haslam McKenzie
2019 Labour Lines and Colonial Power: Indigenous and Pacific Islander Labour Mobility in Australia  
The full licence terms are available at creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode Cover design and layout by ANU Press. Cover photograph by Henry King.  ...  newspaper report from 1989: [Name], 39, an illegal immigrant from Fiji, used his real name to take a job and then four aliases to milk the welfare system of $84,000 in dole payments.  ...  This study begins the process of exploring the costs and benefits associated with one type of work-related mobility for Indigenous people.  ... 
doi:10.22459/llcp.2019.10 fatcat:2c67obibfjgrjjvkbnq5su2ivy

IRRODL Volume 8, Number 2; Special Issue: Mobile Learning

Various Authors
2007 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Usability findings from empirical studies of mobile learning published in the literature are drawn together in the paper, along with an account of issues that emerged in two mobile learning projects based  ...  Kristine Peters reports on a comparative study that looks at the use of mobile technology in commerce and learning.  ...  , Network Executive at the Virtual University of Pakistan, and Steve Song, Manager of the IDRC's ICT4D Africa Programs.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v8i2.1097 fatcat:z5zg63ciqzhoph4mm252sebwau

Ethnicity and Mobilization in Sami Politics

Tim Ingold, Tom G. Svensson
1978 Man  
This digital version is provided by the Stockholm University Library in agreement with the author(s) or, when applicable, its copyright has expired. May be used according to current laws.  ...  The empirical material on which such an analysis is based consists of specific events of change. (F. Barth, 1968 ).  ...  The relational contexts on which these studies are based are, as a rule, poly-ethnic.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2801106 fatcat:mffgj2wouzelrp3b5al7s3uroe

Emergent Digital Strategies and Networks: Advancements to Service Management Research

João Reis, Marlene Amorim, Nuno Melão
2020 Journal of Reviews on Global Economics  
Therefore, we have conducted an in-depth qualitative case study to generate comprehensiveness and rich knowledge.  ...  The case focused on a Private bank in Portugal and counted with several sources of data collection, gathering 42 semi-structured interviews, more than 80 direct observations and more than 3,600 internal  ...  Thus, the typical scope of omnichannel is narrow in one respect -referring to company-owned distribution channels -but broad in another -blurring the notions of push and pull and sounding like integrated  ... 
doi:10.6000/1929-7092.2019.08.152 fatcat:j3o4tqy2inggvfrrarpzsklktm

Indigenous Mobilities: Across and Beyond the Antipodes

Beth Marsden
2019 Journal of Pacific History  
of History and Art History and the Centre for Research on Colonial Culture at the University of Otago.  ...  Acknowledgements This publication is the outcome of a workshop held at the Ōtākou Marae, southern New Zealand, in November 2014, which was jointly hosted by the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, the Department  ...  It considers constraints on Aboriginal mobility as a key aspect of systems of control and surveillance.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00223344.2019.1574217 fatcat:l5vr222pdjgfnmt2vnb26r6hhy

3. Sacred Lineages in Central Asia: Translocality and Identity [chapter]

Azim Malikov
2018 Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus  
In this chapter I employ a conceptual framework based on the notion of 'translocality', and a methodological framework based on the combination of multi-sited ethnography with an oral history approach  ...  There are several answers: its geographic location, an open frontier free of troops, and shared historical and ethnic identities. The strongest pull, however, was a shared religion.  ...  Afterword: On Transitive Concepts and Local Imaginations -Studying Mobilities from a Translocal Perspective Barak Kalir Translocality as an analytical concept appears to have ignited the imagination  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0114.03 fatcat:n5ekulkl2fbtfjajo3hq4pavpa

A consumer *value* theory of innovation in 3G mobile phones: a grounded theory approach

Richard Ferrers
2014 Figshare  
.: In this thesis, I examine how mobile phone consumers understand and experience value in 3G mobile phones, from the perspective of innovation theory.  ...  University of Queensland Business School. Main data: 26 consumer interviews, 10 telecom analyst interviews, web documents, 3G mobile phone brochures. Methodology: Grounded theory.  ...  If you would like to speak to an officer of the University not involved in the study, you may contact the The 'yes' Timeless are available as a month to month, 12 or 24 month plans.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.680002.v8 fatcat:wvmwchpomvhcxduunzd67ztpfy

Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia's Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present. By Ben Nobbs-Thiessen (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 2020) 342 pp. $90.00 cloth $37.50 paper

Will Munger
2021 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
broader analytical framework based on the concept of the second slavery.  ...  Eakin Vanderbilt University Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia's Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present.  ...  The second part of the book contains a careful, illuminating study of the origins of the sīrah-maghāzī literature.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jinh_r_01656 fatcat:zi6khi5sovh2nceapps62honau

'Amsterdam is Standing on Norway'�Part I: The Alchemy of Capital, Empire and Nature in the Diaspora of Silver, 1545–1648

JASON W. MOORE
2010 Journal of Agrarian Change  
Feudal Europe came to an end because it could not secure external frontiers faster than it exhausted the socio-ecological bases of production (Lewis 1958; Moore 2002a) .  ...  Rather, on display throughout the early modern era was the logic of the commodity frontier (Moore 2000b (Moore , 2007 .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1471-0366.2009.00256.x fatcat:4me4ntcbsfcmlhxa7c6gocc4oe

Under pressure: How human‐wild‐captive elephant social‐ecological system in Laos is teetering due to global forces and sociocultural changes

Gilles Maurer, Olivier Gimenez, Baptiste Mulot, Nicolas Lescureux
2021 People and Nature  
This is an open access article under the terms of the Creat ive Commo ns Attri bution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited  ...  ., O.G. and N.L. conceived the ideas and designed methodology; G.M. collected and analysed the data; G.M. and N.L. led the writing of the manuscript.  ...  ACK N OWLED G EM ENTS CO N FLI C T O F I NTE R E S T The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pan3.10247 fatcat:2qifhxp255chjldq3tsbfxivim

In the Eye of the Beholder: The Dynamics of Federalism in National and Supranational Political Systems [chapter]

Michael A. Pagano
2007 The Dynamics of Federalism in National and Supranational Political Systems  
End Result of Different I nstitutional Approaches  ...  The constitutional and political framework Three organizing frameworks can be culled from the myriad studies on federal structures. The first is the constitutional and legal framework.  ...  Federalism and its affects on base and rate definitions An increase in mobility has the potential of changing the economic environment of a subnational government in a dramatic way.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230625433_1 fatcat:yqdrgz6bknfvnb2g4u4dmurzsm

Synthesizing the Vertical and the Horizontal: A World-Ecological Analysis of 'the Industrial Revolution', Part I

Christopher R. Cox
2014 Social Science Research Network  
This is Part I of a much larger research process, one that I intend to bring into the present and future by looking at the development process of the BRICS as the next extension of the Industrial Revolution  ...  Moore of Binghamton University has played a central role not only in the obvious sense of alerting me to the developing paradigm of the world-ecology synthesis, but in both the genesis of this project  ...  Moore 2002a (Moore , 2010a (Moore , 2010b , frontiers that far preceded the capitalist worldsystem, but nevertheless frontiers that the system evolved through.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2447273 fatcat:jqj4nay77zdphfzgbiayzo67om

Changing Structures of the Higher Education Systems: The Increasing Complexity of Underlying Forces

Ulrich Teichler
2006 Higher Education Policy  
network has been established for the next few decades which, based on international examples, may be affected by minor changes but the basic structure of which will accompany in the next millennium" (  ...  Excellence in research underpins the idea of a world-class university -research that is recognized by peers and that pushes forward the frontiers of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.hep.8300133 fatcat:g3jutnugjzcyjedganharb77pa

Reforming States, Agricultural Transformation, and Economic Development in Russia and Japan, 1853–1913

Mark Cohen
2018 Comparative Studies in Society and History  
This paper contends that these revised accounts' one-sided focus on market opportunities leaves unresolved key puzzles. Why did productivity growth jump higher after the Meiji reforms in Japan?  ...  AbstractA once-dominant family of interpretations of the beginnings of Japanese and Russian development claimed that policies adopted by the two states were inadequate to modernize agrarian property relations  ...  The Meiji state's reforms to property rights in land and construction of legal and tax systems based on them decisively shifted the balance of power between landlords and their tenants.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0010417518000245 fatcat:vfrtffcvmbdytdhdl7xhyhgxh4
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