A Bibliometric Review of Technostress: Historical Roots, Evolution and Central Publications of a Growing Research Field

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2021-01-05
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Grummeck-Braamt, Julius-Viktor
Nastjuk, Ilja
Najmaei, Arash
Adam, Marc
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While previous research has provided critical insights into the different perspectives, methods, and theories on technostress, there is currently no bibliometric review available that clarifies the evolution and structure of the field. We use three bibliometric methods to assess the body of 252 technostress publications until 2019: reference publication year spectroscopy, co-word analysis, and co-citation analysis. In doing so, we analyze how the technostress field has evolved over time, clarify the interconnected concepts forming the discourse and identify the most influential works.
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The Dark Side of Information Technology Use, bibliometric analysis, review, technostress
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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