Privacy Meta-analysis

This page contains supplementary files for a meta-analysis of the relationship between privacy concerns, privacy literacy, use of online services (including but not limited to Social Network Sites) and adoption of privacy protective measures.

Title: Online Privacy Concerns and Privacy Management: A Meta-Analytic Review

Authors: Lemi Baruh, Ekin Seçinti, Zeynep Cemalcılar

Abstract: This meta-analysis investigates privacy concerns and literacy as predictors of use of online services and social network sites (SNSs), sharing information, and adoption of privacy protective measures. 166 studies from 34 countries (N=75,269) were included in the analysis. In line with the premise of privacy paradox, privacy concerns did not predict SNS use. However, users concerned about privacy were less likely to use online services and share information and were more likely to utilize privacy protective measures. Except for information sharing, the relationships were comparable for intentions and behavior. Analyses also confirm the role that privacy literacy plays in enhancing use of privacy protective measures. The findings can be generalized across gender, cultural orientation, and national legal systems.

Citation Information: Baruh, L., Secinti, E. & Cemalcilar, Z. (2017). Online Privacy Concern and Privacy Management: A Meta-Analytic Review. Journal of Communication. doi: 10.1111/jcom.12276

Supplementary Information

Below are supplementary PDF files for the article.

supplementary-table-1 Syntax for article search used in the meta-analysis
supplementary-table-2 Descriptive information for the studies included in the meta-analyses (k = 166).
supplementary-table-3 Moderation tests for cultural differences.
supplementary-figure-01 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and online service use intentions
supplementary-figure-02 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and information sharing intentions
supplementary-figure-03 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and SNS use intentions
supplementary-figure-04 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and privacy protective measures use intentions
supplementary-figure-05 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and online service use (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-06 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and information sharing (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-07 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and SNS use (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-08 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and privacy protective measures use (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-09 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy literacy and online service use intentions
supplementary-figure-10 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy literacy and privacy protective measures use intentions
supplementary-figure-11 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy literacy and information sharing (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-12 Forest plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy literacy and privacy protective measures use (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-13 Forest plot for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between information sharing and privacy protective measures use (reported behavior)
supplementary-figure-14 Forest plot for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and privacy literacy
supplementary-figure-15 Funnel plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concerns and privacy management intentions using trim-fill procedure
supplementary-figure-16 Funnel plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy concern and privacy management behaviors using trim-fill procedure
supplementary-figure-17 Funnel plots for the meta-analyses of studies investigating the associations between privacy literacy and privacy management intentions and behaviors using trim-fill procedure

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