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Analysis of user`s attitude toward apps, intention to use and continual consuming intention - Focused on mobile commerce
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Analysis of user`s attitude toward apps, intention to use and continual consuming intention - Focused on mobile commerce
Baek, Youngmi;
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 Abstract
This study tries to identify the determinants of user`s attitude toward apps, intention to use and continual consuming intention. This study holds the two main constructs: (1) user`s intrinsic determinants- value, innovativeness, gender, Well-being and superordinate influence - on the attitude toward mobile apps, (2) the relation between attitude and app purchase & repurchase intention, and the affecting factors among this relation. In the empirical test result, value, innovation and superordinate influence were identified to affect the attitude. All the relation among attitude, purchase and repurchase intention showed positive significant relationship. In addition, satisfaction intensified the relation between purchase and repurchase intention.
 Keywords
App;Attitude;Consuming Intention;Repurchase (Royalty);Intrinsic Determinants;
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English
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