Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA)

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Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) is a quantitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.


The following studies use this method for data analysis (15):

 Citation
Al-Rafee and Dashti (2012)Al-Rafee, S., & Dashti, A. E. (2012). A Cross Cultural Comparison of the Extended TPB: The Case of Digital Piracy. Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 15(1), 5-24.
Chiou, Huang and Lee (2005)Chiou, J. S., Huang, C. Y., & Lee, H. H. (2005). The antecedents of music piracy attitudes and intentions. Journal of Business Ethics, 57(2), 161-174.
Cockrill and Goode (2012)Cockrill, A., & Goode, M. M. (2012). DVD Pirating Intentions: Angels, Devils, Chancers and Receivers. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(1), 1-10.
Corbett (2011)Corbett, S., 2011. Archiving Our Culture in a Digital Environment: Copyright Law and Digitisation Practices in Cultural Heritage Institutions. New Zealand Law Foundation Report.
Durham, Hirshleifer, Smith (1998)Durham, Yvonne, Jack Hirshleifer, and Vernon L. Smith. Do the rich get richer and the poor poorer? Experimental tests of a model of power. The American Economic Review 88.4 (1998): 970-983.
Huang (2005)Huang, C. Y. (2005). File sharing as a form of music consumption. International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 9(4), 37-55.
Ilevbare (2008)ILEVBARE, F. M. 2008. Psychosocial factors influencing attitudes towards internet piracy among Nigerian university students. IFE Psychologia: An International Journal, 16, 120-129.
Moores, Nill and Rothenberger (2009)Moores, T. T., Nill, A., & Rothenberger, M. A. (2009). Knowledge of Software Piracy as an Antecedent to Reducing Pirating Behavior . Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50(1).
Morris and Higgins (2010)Morris, R. G., & Higgins, G. E. (2010). Criminological theory in the digital age: The case of social learning theory and digital piracy. Journal of Criminal Justice, 38(4), 470-480.
Morton and Koufteros (2008)Morton, N. A. and Koufteros , X. 2008. Intention to Commit Online Music Piracy and its an Empirical Antecedents: An Empirical Investigation. Structural Equation Modeling-a Multidisciplinary Journal, 15, 491-512.
Peace, Galletta and Thong L. (2003)Peace, A. G., Galletta, D. F., & Thong, J. Y. (2003). Software piracy in the workplace: A model and empirical test. Journal of Management Information Systems, 20(1), 153-177.
Tang and Fam (2005)Tang, J. H., & Farn, C. K. (2005). The effect of interpersonal influence on softlifting intention and behaviour. Journal of Business Ethics, 56(2), 149-161.
Wang and Mcclung (2012)Wang, X., & McClung, S. R. (2012). The immorality of illegal downloading: The role of anticipated guilt and general emotions. Computers in Human Behavior, 28(1), 153-159.
Wang, Chen, Yang and Farn (2009)Wang, C. C., Chen, C. T., Yang, S. C., & Farn, C. K. (2009). Pirate or buy? The moderating effect of idolatry. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(1), 81-93.
Yoon (2012)Yoon, C. (2012). Digital piracy intention: a comparison of theoretical models. Behaviour & Information Technology, 31(6), 565-576.