I am currently completing my dissertation. My study is cross-cultural and looks at predictors and inhibitors to adoption of technology in two countries (Thailand and Australia). I have a hypothesised model with IV's (Ease of Use, Usefulness, Need for Interaction, Risk, and Social Influence) directly linked to a single DV (intention to use). Both models are the exact same, so are the IVs and DVs (and related items), and sample sizes are similiar.
I have run regression analysis on both the Thai and Australian sample individually. I have the regression coefficient outputs with signifiance etc. What I am trying to find out now is how to best test the following question (or something similiar): "Social influence (IV) will have a stronger relationship in Thailand with intention to use (DV) m-banking than in Australia".
Is this the best way to test whether individual constructs fit better in one country then another? I want to test each individual construct to find out which has a more significant relationship between that IV and DV.
I apologise if this question has been answered already somewhere on the site or sounds very simplistic. I am using SPSS v19.0 btw. Thanks in advance!