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In the case of ICT, culture may create collective attitudes favouring the diffusion of new technologies or pose obstacles to it. Using the “Hofstede framework for assessing culture” (Hofstede, 2001) it is possible to evaluate the influence of cultural factors...
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In the case of ICT, culture may create collective attitudes favouring the diffusion of new technologies or pose obstacles to it. Using the “Hofstede framework for assessing culture” (Hofstede, 2001) it is possible to evaluate the influence of cultural factors...
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