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Adoption and use of e-government services in the Abu Dhabi police force : a qualitative study. / Al-Zaabi, Hassan; Choudrie, Jyoti; Lebcir, Reda M.

University of Hertfordshire, 2012. p. 27 (UH Business School Working Paper).

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Al-Zaabi, H, Choudrie, J & Lebcir, RM 2012 'Adoption and use of e-government services in the Abu Dhabi police force: a qualitative study' UH Business School Working Paper, University of Hertfordshire, pp. 27.

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Al-Zaabi, H., Choudrie, J., & Lebcir, R. M. (2012). Adoption and use of e-government services in the Abu Dhabi police force: a qualitative study. (pp. 27). (UH Business School Working Paper). University of Hertfordshire.

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Al-Zaabi H, Choudrie J, Lebcir RM. Adoption and use of e-government services in the Abu Dhabi police force: a qualitative study. University of Hertfordshire. 2012, p. 27. (UH Business School Working Paper).

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Al-Zaabi, Hassan ; Choudrie, Jyoti ; Lebcir, Reda M. / Adoption and use of e-government services in the Abu Dhabi police force : a qualitative study. University of Hertfordshire, 2012. pp. 27 (UH Business School Working Paper).

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