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    Title: 以科技接受模式與從眾行為探討消費者對遊戲App下載意圖 : 以文化距離為干擾變數
    Other Titles: Use technology acceptance model and conformity theory to explain consumers' intentions to download game Apps : cultural distance as the moderator
    Authors: 張書芸;Chang, Shu-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士班
    Keywords: 科技接受模式;從眾行為;行動商務;文化距離;Technology Acceptance Model;Conformity theory;M-commerce;Cultural Distance
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:45:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究探討從眾行為對於手機遊戲App應用程式的影響,並利用網路問卷作調查,共回收588份有效樣本,本研究探討從眾行為理論,加入科技接受模式,並以文化距離為干擾變數,探討使用者在使用行動應用程式APP遊戲時的下載意圖。
    Based on Conformity Theory and Technology Acceptance Model, this study aims to discuss consumer’s intentions to download Game Apps on mobile devices. In addition, this study also discusses the potential moderation effects from Cultural Distance.
    The questionnaire of this study was distributed via the internet. We collected 588 valid responses and used SPSS and LISREL to conduct the Statistical analysis. Empirical results suggested that consumers’ Normative Conformity and Informative Conformity positively influence consumer’s Perceived Ease of Use and Perceived Enjoyment, separately. In addition, consumer’s Perceived Enjoyment positively influences Perceived Ease of Use, and they both positively influence consumer’s purchase intentions. However, all the hypothesized moderation effects are insignificant. The results have academic and practical implications.
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