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Effects of Shopping Mall Attributes and Shopping Values on Online Purchase Intentions (온라인 패션 쇼핑몰에서 쇼핑몰 속성과 쇼핑가치가 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Park, Eun-Joo;Kang, Eun-Mi
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.29 no.11
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    • pp.1475-1484
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    • 2005
  • The purposes of this study were 1) to examine the dimension of fashion shopping mall attributes and shopping value related to online shopping, and 2) to investigate the effects of fashion shopping mall attributes and shopping value on purchase intention in online shopping. Data were obtained from 423 online fashion shopping mall consumers who have experiences of buying products or visiting to online fashion shopping mall in Busan, and were analyzed using by factor analysis, Cronbach's alpha, path analysis of LISREL 8.53. The results showed online fashion shopping mall attributes were composed of Visual information, Loading speed Space composition, Product assortment, Checkout service, and Help desk. Shopping value perceived by online fashion shopping mall consumers were consisted two factors: Hedonic value and Utility value. Hedonic value and Utility value Perceive by online consumers were influenced by Product assortment, Visual information, Help desk, and Space composition of shopping mall. Additionally, hedonic and utility shopping values perceive by online consumers impacted online purchase intention. Findings suggest that fashion shopping mall attributes mediated by shopping values are important in predicting purchase intention of online shopping mall. Implications are drawn for the information useful to consumer behavior researchers and retailers of online fashion shopping mall.

Consumers' Satisfaction for Cross Border Online Shopping : Based on the End-User Computing Satisfaction Model (해외직구에 대한 고객 만족도 : 최종사용자 만족 모형을 기반으로)

  • Kim, Tae-Hwan
    • Journal of the Society of Korea Industrial and Systems Engineering
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    • v.41 no.3
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    • pp.170-175
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    • 2018
  • While the term online shopping refers to all online transactions, cross-border online shopping means shopping activities purchasing products or services over the internet for the customers abroad. As Internet use for the international shopping activity increasing, cross border online shopping has grown substantially for last decade. This study is about the problem regarding the cross border online shopping for two different countries and the variables that influence their shopping behavior. The cross border online shopping has been increased by the growth of Internet access. However, the growth of the Internet use does not guarantee a successful development of cross border e-commerce for every country. To find out the perception for cross-border online shopping for two different cultures, shoppers from two countries with different cultural background were chosen, and the perception for cross-border online shopping from each culture is contrasted. For statistical Analysis, ANOVA is used to find the relationship between a single non-metric independent variable, and multiple metric dependent variables. Hofstede's cultural dimensions model is adopted for this study as a tool to find out the patterns of cross border online shopping. This study showed what the variables would affect the perception in cross border online shopping. The results of this study indicated that cross border online shoppers with different culture were notably different on two variables identified-timeliness and ease of use.

A Study on the effect of perceived online shopping mall attribute on trust, commitment, purchasing intention

  • Kim, Hyun-Chul
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.9
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    • pp.123-132
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    • 2018
  • This study presents perceived reputation, perceived quality, perceived assurance of online shopping malls as the attributes factors of online shopping malls and identifies the impact of perceived online shopping mall attributes on trust, involvement and purchasing intention. Also we analyzed whether trust on online shopping mall affect involvement and purchasing intention, and whether involvement on online shopping mall affect purchasing intention. The results show that perceived quality, perceived assurance of online shopping malls influence positively on trust, but perceived reputation does not. Second, perceived reputation, perceived quality, perceived assurance of online shopping malls doesn't influence positively on involvement. Third, perceived quality, perceived assurance of online shopping malls influence positively on purchasing intention, but perceived reputation does not. Forth, trust on online shopping mall influence positively on involvement and purchasing intention. Fifth, involvement on online shopping mall influence positively on purchasing intention.

Comparison on the High School Girls' Purchasing Pattern of Fashion Products at Online and Offline Markets

  • Min, Hye-Kyung;Hwang, Choon-Sup
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.12 no.6
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    • pp.124-137
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    • 2008
  • The present study was implemented to understand high school girls' buying patterns of fashion products at online and offline shopping malls; and to obtain the information needed for the development of online and offline mall marketing strategies that are differentiated from each other. The study was conducted through a descriptive survey method using questionnaires. The sample consisted of 242 girls from four high schools located in Seoul. Descriptive statistics, cross-tabulation and a paired t-test were used for the analysis of the data. Results are as follows: First, most of the high school girls (82.2%) had experience of purchasing fashion products at online shopping malls. And, those who have purchasing experience at online shopping malls, compared to those who do not have such purchasing experience, showed a higher purchasing intension at online shopping malls. Second, both the degree of pre-purchase searching and ongoing searching was higher in online shopping than in offline shopping. Third, the quality of material, place produced, brand name, and store atmosphere/type were considered more in offline shopping than in online shopping. Shopping convenience and information service about the products were considered more in online shopping than in offline shopping. Fourth, the purchasing frequency of underwear and hair accessaries was higher at offline stores than online shopping malls, but the purchasing frequency of bags was higher in online stores than offline stores. When the differences between the purchasing patterns at online shopping malls and offline stores are considered carefully, marketing activities would be more effective.

Clothing Shopping Orientation and Service Perception of Online Mall according to Mongolian's Internet Lifestyle (몽골인들의 인터넷 라이프스타일에 따른 패션쇼핑성향과 인터넷 쇼핑몰 서비스 지각)

  • Sodchimeg, Bazardorj;Kim, Yong-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.60 no.10
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    • pp.146-162
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    • 2010
  • The purposes were to identify clothing shopping orientation and service perception of online shopping mall according to Mongolian's internet lifestyle. A questionnaire developed by researchers was used and 310 Mongolian in 20's were the subjects. Survey was done during Jan. and Feb. 2010. Most Mongolian used internet at home or office and had used internet less than one year. Half of Mongolian visited online shopping mall less than 5 times during last year. Most Mongolian did not buy any fashion items at online mall but had higher intention to shop at online mall. Factors of Mongolian's internet lifestyle were information search, shopping pursuit, and utilizing ability and segmented into internet heavy users and light users. Factors of fashion shopping orientation were individuality & brands, fashion, diversity, economy, pleasure, and efficiency and factors of online shopping mall service were order & delivery and products. Internet heavy users were found more frequently among married men with high income, experienced online shopping more, showed higher fashion shopping orientation, and pursued online shopping mall service more. Internet light users were among unmarried women with low income, not experienced online shopping, showed lower fashion shopping orientation, and pursued online shopping mall service less.

Fashion Consumers' Purchase Intention on Cross-border Online Shopping (패션소비자의 온라인 해외직구 행동의도에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Joo Young;Choo, Ho Jung;Lee, Hyejoo
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.17 no.5
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    • pp.741-753
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    • 2015
  • This study identified factors that influenced fashion consumers' purchase intentions for cross-border online shopping. This study utilized three outshopping motivation dimensions (utilitarian, social, and hedonic) to empirically verify research questions. The moderating effects of consumers' perceived risks between cross-border online shopping motivations and behavioral intention were also tested on Korean female consumers in their 20s to 40s who had experience purchasing fashion goods through a cross-border online shopping channel within a year. The research are as follows. First, the three motivations have positive effects on cross-border online shopping purchase intentions. Fashion consumers are greatly influenced by hedonic motivation compared to utilitarian and social motivations. Second, perceived risks do not negatively influence cross-border online shopping purchase intentions. Finally, there exists moderating effects of perceived risks between utilitarian motivation and cross-border online shopping purchase intentions. This study reveals motivational and moderating factors that influence fashion consumers to shop through a cross-border online shopping channel. It contributes to prior studies by extending the research range of cross-border online shopping into fashion. Marketers and retailers should note that fashion consumers are most influenced by hedonic motivation when shopping in cross-border online malls.

Online Shopping Motivations, Information Search, and Shopping Intentions in an Emerging Economy

  • Singh, Devinder Pal
    • The Journal of Business Economics and Environmental Studies
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.5-12
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    • 2014
  • Purpose - This study is aimed at examining Indian consumers' online shopping motivations, information search, and shopping intentions. The study intends to reveal the relationship between online shopping motivations, information search, and shopping intentions. Research design, data, and methodology - The study employs factor analysis to verify correct loading of items on corresponding factors, and to confirm the applicability of constructs in the Indian context. The model was verified using stepwise regression analysis. Results -The findings show that hedonic and utilitarian motivations significantly affect online information search and shopping intentions. The information search is a significant predictor of online purchase intention. Conclusions - Hedonic and utilitarian motivations are the salient factors affecting online information search and purchase intentions. Marketers are required to design websites that foster an enjoyable online experience. This will attract customers who will browse the website for a longer duration. More time devoted to information search will ensure brand building and loyalty.

A Study on College Women's Online Shopping Motivation Effect on Satisfaction Level in Purchasing Fashion Products (여대생의 패션제품 온라인 쇼핑동기 요인이 쇼핑 만족도에 미치는 영향 연구)

  • Kwon, Jin;Kim, Yong Mun;Um, So Hee;Lee, Young Sook;Woo, Hyun Ri
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.67 no.4
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    • pp.21-37
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    • 2017
  • Fashion market in the past had a physical structure, and the supply and demand developed within that space. However, this has changed with the development of online fashion market, as it no longer requires physical space. The purpose of this study was to examine the satisfaction level of online shopping purchase based on the purchase motivation of women in their 20's. It aimed to look into how the online media affected the market, and find ways to improve the shopping malls according to the demands of the market. This study examined the effect of female students' online shopping motivation on their satisfaction with a premise that purchase motivation is related to the satisfaction level. The researched subjects were selected among female college students, and the regression analysis was done using the collected questionnaires. Results showed that economic purchase motivation, product purchase motivation, hedonic purchase motivation, and social purchase motivation had positive correlation to satisfaction level. The most influential factors to the satisfaction level were convenient purchase motivation and product purchase motivation, then social purchase motivation in shopping. Hedonic purchase and economic purchase were less influential than other factors in online shopping. Social purchase motivation factor is least influential when compared to others. As for detailed purchase motivations affecting the satisfaction level, reasonable price, latest fashion goods, interest and fun of online shopping, and the ease of shopping were important factors. The research result indicates that alternative shopping solutions can be better understood by examining the online shopping satisfaction according to purchase motivation, and improve current online shopping malls.

The role of trust in online shopping: A hierarchical relationship perspective (온라인 쇼핑에서 신뢰의 역할 - 위계적 관계 관점)

  • Lee, Jae Nam;Kang, Minhyung
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.15-35
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    • 2013
  • Nowadays, online shopping has become popular among consumers. As such, gaining loyal online shopping customers has become a rising concern for online shopping vendors. In this study, we investigated the hierarchical relationships among Lewicki and Bunker's three different types of trust, namely, calculus-based trust, knowledge-based trust, and identification-based trust, in the context of online shopping and their impacts on customer satisfaction and loyalty. A total of 104 responses from online shopping users were analyzed to test the proposed model and its hypotheses using Partial Least Squares (PLS). The results showed that, in the online environment, hierarchical relationships between different types of trust exist and that, among them, knowledge-based trust has the strongest impact on customer satisfaction. This finding implied that practitioners should focus on developing appropriate online strategies for building trust-based relationships with online customers.

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A Study on Usage of Internet Shopping Mall and Purchasing Tendency of Female College Students (전문대 여대생의 인터넷쇼핑몰 이용과 구매성향에 관한 연구)

  • Chung, Myung-Hee
    • Journal of the Korea Fashion and Costume Design Association
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.93-100
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    • 2016
  • This paper aimed to provide the basic data on consumers' purchasing tendency required to start and operate online shopping malls on internet. The survey selected the female college students from 19 to 24 years old majoring fabric and fashion design in colleges in Gyeonggi-do. Total 283 questionnaires were selected for statistical analysis. The analysis results are presented below. The first online shopping was during the middle school times showing the highest responses as 63.54%, followed by high school times, college times and elementary school times in that sequence. Most female college students(97.88%) purchased goods from online shopping malls. The purposes of search in online shopping malls were 'need to purchase goods(47.18%)', 'habit/hobbies(27.57%)', 'need to collect data on goods(20.27%)' and 'to relieve stresses(4.98%)'. About 50% of respondents selected 'I visit mainly several online shopping malls. If there is no goods that I try to find, I search other sites and purchase what I want to buy(46.57%).' For the goods purchased from online shopping malls, everyday wears showed the highest ratio, 85.92%. About the time to purchase goods related to trends, most respondents selected 'purchase whenever it is necessary without respect to trends(87%).' Main considerations when the respondents purchased the goods from online shopping malls were 'design(64.98%)', 'price(18.41%)', 'quality(11.20%)', 'company recognition(2.53%)', 'color(1.44%)', and 'materials (1.44%)' in that sequence. 64.62% of respondents had the experience of returning goods after purchasing from online shopping malls. The reason why the respondents returned goods after purchasing from online shopping malls was mainly 'because of size(52.17%)', the response with the highest ratio. 42.24% responded that they experienced damage by washing the goods purchased from online shopping malls. It was found that the respondents didn't think about the country of manufacturing when purchasing goods from online shopping malls.

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