Technology adoption theories in examining the uptake of blockchain technology in the framework of functionalist and interpretive paradigms

  • Viktoriia Semenova Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem
Kulcsszavak: blokklánc-technológia, funkcionalizmus, értelmezés, érzékalkotás

Absztrakt

A cikk célja a feltörekvő technológiák adoptációs folyamatának vizsgálata a blokklánc példáján keresztül. A blokklánctechnológia elfogadásának kereteit és következményeit a technológiaadaptáció-elméletek, valamint a jelentésadás (sense-making) elmélet alapján tárgyalja. Az előbbiek közül a cikk az innovációterjedés-elmélet, a technológiaelfogadási modell, a technológiaelfogadás és -használat egyesített elmélete, illetve a technológia-szervezetkörnyezet keretrendszer következtetéseire épít. Ezek az elméleti modellek segítenek megérteni a végfelhasználók (például az ellátási lánc szakemberek) felfogását, és megkönnyítik a technológiai megoldások vállalkozások közötti terjedését. Az elemzés feltárta, hogy a témában végzett eddigi kutatások a funkcionalista paradigmán belül történtek; azonban a blokklánc bevezetésével kapcsolatos vizsgálatok ugyanúgy elvégezhetők az interpretatív paradigmában is. A cikk eredményei az empirikus kutatások hiányára mutatnak rá, illetve felhívják a figyelmet a szervezeteken belüli adoptációs folyamatok felgyorsítását szolgáló elméletalkotó munkák szükségességére.

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Viktoriia Semenova, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

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Semenova, V. (2020). Technology adoption theories in examining the uptake of blockchain technology in the framework of functionalist and interpretive paradigms. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 51(11), 26-38. https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2020.11.03
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