Today, the phenomenon of technostress is both pervasive and global. Nevertheless, research efforts, especially empirical and cross culture studies, in this domain have been very limited. In addition, lack of consistency in the technostress measure found in existing literature made it difficult to build a unified body of knowledge of technostress. Using a sample of 221 Chinese knowledge workers, this study cross-validated and refined the technostress measure developed by Tarafdar et al. (2007). It was found that the instrument offered high validity and reliability after some respecification in the Chinese context. Technostress experienced by Chinese knowledge workers was investigated and compared to that of US workers. The influence of individual and organizational characteristics on technostress was also examined.
"Validating the Technostress Instrument using a Sample of Chinese Knowledge Workers,"
Journal of International Technology and Information Management: Vol. 24:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jitim/vol24/iss1/5