Gobernanza de Desarrollo Humano: Contrastación de un modelo de los determinantes perceptuales de la intención de uso de Internet en usuarios de una biblioteca pública de la Ciudad de México.

Cruz García Lirios, Javier Carreón Guillén, Jorge Hernández Valdés

Resumen


El objetivo del presente trabajo es contrastar un modelo de los determinantes perceptuales de la intención de uso de Internet. Se llevó a cabo un estudio no experimental con una selección no probabilística de 188 usuarios de una biblioteca pública de la Ciudad de México. Se encontró que la utilidad es determinante de la intención de uso de Internet. Se advierten líneas futuras de investigación en torno a la gobernanza de la sociedad informacional.


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