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Awareness and Attitudes towards Advance Care Directives (ACDs): An Online Survey of Portuguese Adults

Carlos Laranjeira, Maria dos Anjos Dixe, Luís Gueifão, Lina Caetano, Rui Passadouro, Ana Querido
2021 Healthcare  
an online cross-sectional survey collecting information on sociodemographic factors, knowledge, attitudes and preferences regarding advance decisions and EOL care. (3) Results: Participants had a mean  ...  Little is known about the awareness and attitudes of Portuguese adults towards ACDs.  ...  Acknowledgments: We acknowledge all the volunteers who participated in the online survey to make this study possible. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9060648 pmid:34072558 fatcat:5tzzia5d5vbpbjvqpwxh7pvoqe

Young Consumers' Perception of Problems and Usefulness of Mobile Shopping Applications

Blaženka Knežević, Mia Delić
2017 Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review  
Research Design & Methods: The paper is based on descriptive statistics of data collected in a wide-range survey on mobile commerce attitudes within young population in Croatia.  ...  A B S T R A C T Objective: The objective of this paper is to explain how young consumers from Croatia perceive problems and usefulness of mobile shopping applications.  ...  lancima opskrbe u uvjetima internacionalizacije maloprodaje'] financed by University of Zagreb, Croatia, conducted by Blaženka Knežević and team in the year 2015 and 2016.  ... 
doi:10.15678/eber.2017.050103 fatcat:cnqniqbrrzcvbejcpbcz7otd64


L. A Alaya, M.O Mojeke, C.N Ezema
2022 Zenodo  
A digital banking platform is the basis of every digital bank and no digital bank can operate without application software.  ...  A future-proof platform should also be capable of managing, visualizing, and logging your banking processes and handling customer on boarding, product or service maintenance, and compliance - all in one  ...  Also, the network security and the security of the system in terms of privacy were the major concerns of t he users and constitute hindrance to intending users.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6067268 fatcat:yzaopj4rgjcgnd5kcnzmj3s7pq

The Social Networking Application Success Model: An Empirical Study of Facebook and Twitter

Carol X.J. Ou, Robert M. Davison, Vivian Q. Huang
2016 International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology  
We empirically examined the proposed research model with a survey of 168 Facebook and 149 Twitter users.  ...  In this paper, we propose a causal model to assess the success of SNAs, grounded on DeLone and McLean's updated information systems (IS) success model.  ...  An SNA user's perception of the quality of functions (of the focal SNA) for the purposes of social networking, information exchange, identity management, contact management, expert searching, context awareness  ... 
doi:10.5865/ijkct.2016.6.1.005 fatcat:jyd3qpw2yjadjkfi7qy2sieocq

Towards a framework for online information security applications development: A socio-technical approach

Mathias Mujinga, Mariki M Eloff, Jan H Kroeze
2019 South African Computer Journal  
In the socio-technical context, the STInfoSec framework facilitates acceptance and usability of online applications based on online banking as a case study.  ...  The preliminary framework was developed using a mixed methods research design that collected data from 540 surveys by online banking users and six interviews with online banking personnel.  ...  range of computer and security awareness levels of online banking users.  ... 
doi:10.18489/sacj.v31i1.587 fatcat:l3pnv52nifddpond6bd75fkvyu

Digital Contact Tracing Applications during COVID-19: A Scoping Review about Public Acceptance

My Villius Zetterholm, Yanqing Lin, Päivi Jokela
2021 Informatics  
Digital contact tracing applications (CTAs) have been one of the most widely discussed technical methods of controlling the COVID-19 outbreak.  ...  The effectiveness of this technology and its ethical justification depend highly on public acceptance and adoption.  ...  Online survey (N = 714); randomized sampling from a COVID-awareness group on Facebook.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics8030048 fatcat:ikl3sgir3rgkvlmio2xztbifhi

Covid-19's Impact on Attitude & Intention to Use Mobile Banking Applications

Erkek İsmail Burak, Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey., Altınbaşak-Farina İpek, Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey.
2021 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The results revealed that, usability, security, enjoyment and performance of mobile banking applications have positive and financial risk has a negative impact on attitude towards mobile banking and attitude  ...  An e-mail survey has been shared with Turkish customers, after the first wave of Covid-19 pandemic, in June 2020.  ...  It is revealed that usability, performance, enjoyment and security of mobile banking applications has a positive and financial risk perceptions of applications have a negative impact on the attitude and  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b6226.0710221 fatcat:46b52cdfvzbefcbielqzxkfvdu

The Impact of Supermarkets' Mobile Application on Saudi Customer's Behavior during the Buying Decision Process

Abdullatif I. R. ALHUDAITHY
2019 Expert Journal of Marketing  
The study has mainly focused on exploring the characteristics of mobile phone applications that correspond to the need of customers at various phases of Buying Decision Process (BDP).  ...  The research increases understanding of the relationship between marketing activities on the e-supermarkets application and consumers' needs during the purchasing stages offering a new context.  ...  The impact of trust and familiarity on the usage of the mobile application was explored by Idemudia and Raisinghani (2014) , which showed that these features have an influence on adoption and continued  ... 
doaj:339a6f4f7d1c4ba88794e1eb1acee8e9 fatcat:h6e2pwnxfjhqxh6ehbvrijtc2y

Identifying the Direct Effect of Experience and the Moderating Effect of Satisfaction in the Greek Online Market

Michail N. Giannakos, Adamantia G. Pateli, Ilias O. Pappas
2011 International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications  
The scope of this paper is to examine the perceptions which induce the Greek customers to purchase over the Internet, testing the direct effect of experience and the moderating effect of satisfaction.  ...  A review of research conducted so far in the Greek online market demonstrates that satisfaction, self-efficacy and trust keep a prominent role in the Greek customers" shopping behavior.  ...  Recent research in the area of online customer behavior has revealed that customers" previous online experience is likely to have an effect on their future intention to re-use an online application (Chiu  ... 
doi:10.4018/jesma.2011040103 fatcat:rragspupazfqrjo5x4l54ckhle

Application of Revised Importance–Performance Analysis to Investigate Critical Service Quality of Hotel Online Booking

Rong-Chang Jou, Yeong-Jia Day
2021 Sustainability  
The classification of the factors was based on the explicit importance, while the implicit importance was measured with the relationship of satisfaction by using the ordered probit model.  ...  The results, compared to the traditional method of partial correlation analysis, were different in the dimensions of Fulfillment and Responsiveness, Safety and Security, Website Functionality, and Customer  ...  Assessments have also been conducted from an expert perspective on the electronic service quality of online travel agency websites [13] and on the recovery of satisfaction [14] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13042043 fatcat:ss3377aijnbpzjvvh4hj622jki

Novel Causality in Consumer's Online Behavior: Ecommerce Success Model

Amna Khatoon, Shahid Nazir, Atika Tabassum, Aneesa Rida, Sehrish Alam
2016 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Approximately thirteen different hypotheses are proposed on the bases of this methodology which represent the cause and effect relationship among the various variables affecting consumer's online buying  ...  Further this work is simulated in iThink technology to show prominently that consumer's satisfaction and trust directly affects productivity of the organization.  ...  They surveyed 200 users and found that unsecure transactions and non-delivery of the items purchased by the user have negative impact on consumer behavior.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2016.071238 fatcat:u7xdrxoix5ajvglxtlo7ikxra4

Analysis the Effect of Different Factors on the Development of Mobile Learning Applications at different stages of usage

Mohammed Amin Almaiah, Mahdi M.Alamri, Waleed Mugahed Al-Rahmi
2019 IEEE Access  
In addition, the results demonstrated that the requirements and perceptions of users towards the adoption and use of mobile learning application in the three stages significantly differ.  ...  The results of this study showed that each stage of the three stages, static, interaction, and transaction has different requirements in terms of system compatibility, security, information quality, awareness  ...  Thus, users' requirements and perceptions is quite different from stage to other stage.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2963333 fatcat:dsifhawnyzhylh4h2advvhpg6e

Understanding Information Systems Continuance for Information-Oriented Mobile Applications

Leida Chen, Thomas O. Meservy, Mark Gillenson
2012 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
While user acceptance and adoption of mobile applications have received growing interest from IS researchers, only a paucity of studies have focused on user continuance behaviors in the mobile commerce  ...  Studying the IS continuance behavior of 147 registered users of an information-oriented mobile application, this research extends the general model of IS continuance to include a number of explanatory  ...  change in behavior required and the trialability of the innovation to be an obstacle.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03009 fatcat:nnwn37fxgrgbdfnose5ppzjjqq

Sustainable Applications of Smart-Government Services: A Model to Understand Smart-Government Adoption

Ahmad Althunibat, Muhammad Binsawad, Mohammed Amin Almaiah, Omar Almomani, Adeeb Alsaaidah, Waleed Al-Rahmi, Mohamed Elhassan Seliaman
2021 Sustainability  
Based on the results of this study, each of these three stages has different requirements in terms of system compatibility, security, information quality, awareness, perceived functional benefit, self-efficacy  ...  In addition, the results demonstrate that the requirements and perceptions of users towards the adoption and use of smart-government services in the three stages significantly differ.  ...  However, few studies [11] [12] [13] have looked at security issues in the context of smart-government applications.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13063028 fatcat:46g5vgq4l5gmhir237gy2xmj6i

The impact of the online and offline features on the user acceptance of Internet shopping malls

Tony Ahn, Seewon Ryu, Ingoo Han
2004 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications  
The results from a Web survey of 932 users show that the technology acceptance model (TAM) is valid in predicting the acceptance of the Internet shopping malls and that online and offline features have  ...  This paper explores online and offline features of Internet shopping malls and their relationships with the acceptance behaviors of customers.  ...  Web-based survey In order to target online users, a Web-based survey was employed. We selected six Internet shopping malls which were listed as top ten in revenue and awareness during 2002 in Korea.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2004.05.001 fatcat:cwm2n5kwlvbwnivntvouw3pynm
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