Cross-National Attitudes and Perceptions Concerning Software Piracy: A Comparative Study of Students From the United States and China
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Students' attitudes and perceptions regarding the use of unlicensed software are important to educators and businesses. Students have a proven propensity to pirate software and other intellectual property. By understanding how attitudes and perceptions toward software piracy differ among university students in a cross-national context, educators and business leaders will be better at communicating acceptable usage polices to protect valuable intellectual property in a global information technology environment.
Rawlinson, D. R., & Lupton, R. A. (2007). Cross-National Attitudes and Perceptions Concerning Software Piracy: A Comparative Study of Students From the United States and China. Journal of Education for Business, 83(2), 87–94. https://doi.org/10.3200/joeb.83.2.87-94
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