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The Adoptability of Innovations: An Empirical Assessment of Computer Applications in Local Governments
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American Scholar Volume 11, Number 4,

Abstract

Four conceptual dimensions (organizational domain, integration, risk, and need) are explored to determine their likely independent and interactive influences on the adoptability of a computer application in local government. (Author/IRT)

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Perry, J.L. & Danziger, J.N. (1980). The Adoptability of Innovations: An Empirical Assessment of Computer Applications in Local Governments. American Scholar, 11(4), 461. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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