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Identifying Personas in Online Shopping Communities

Yu Xu, Michael J. Lee
2020 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
reviews, rating products, and sharing shopping experiences.  ...  Based on the findings from 20 interviews and focus groups with 24 active online shopping community participants, we developed an online survey on MTurk to investigate the characteristics of the personas  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti4020019 fatcat:ect4wkgfsjfp7orhhnbrmgnavq

The Role of National Culture Values and Trust in Online Sharing Hospitality Platform Acceptance

Cong Zhang, Mark Srite
2021 Journal of Global Information Management  
This study investigates the influence of national cultural values and trust on the acceptance of online sharing hospitality platforms by users in the US and China via a survey methodology.  ...  The sharing economy, as an emerging business model, has grown greatly in the last decade. However, the acceptance rate of the sharing economy varies from country to country.  ...  H2a: Perceived ease of use positively affects users' intention to use an online sharing hospitality platform.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2021050105 fatcat:pgeucbcd7zg3bijx5sce6qj35e

Strategies for combating online hate

Noemi Derzsy
2019 Nature  
Moreover, they propose four policies for effective intervention that are informed by the mechanisms their study revealed govern the structure and dynamics of the online-hate ecosystem.  ...  Johnson et al. 1 examined the dynamics of online hate groups on Facebook and another socialmedia platform, VKontakte, and used their results to propose four policies to tackle online hate.  ... 
doi:10.1038/d41586-019-02447-1 fatcat:yrrsmmkw6jgrjaaxf2tctb6rjy

User participation dilemmas in the circular economy: an empirical study of Scandinavia's largest peer-to-peer product sharing platform

Lei He, Liridona Sopjani, Rafael Laurenti
2021 Sustainable Production and Consumption  
Using a trust-ownership-need model, we investigated users' reviews (n = 415) from an online P2P product sharing platform operating in Sweden and Norway.  ...  The research concludes with strategies for promoting user participation in sharing practice and optimising platforms to pursue CE's environmental promises.  ...  Acknowledgments We are thankful to the founders of the P2P sharing platform who kindly provided the data for this research. The authors Liri-  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.spc.2021.02.027 fatcat:peohfo537fa2rc7mh4jt3i46yi

A Case Study of Design and Usability Evaluation of the Collaborative Problem Solving Instructional Platform System

Jen-Yi Chao
2016 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
This study used Focus Group to analyze user requirements for user interface so as to understand what capabilities of the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) Instructional Platform were expected by users  ...  After programmers of the integrated project had completed system development based on the design, the study was proceeded usability evaluation of user interface of the CPS Instructional Platform.  ...  Suggestions The study established CPS instructional platform and assessed user satisfaction for such user interface.  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2016.1278a fatcat:h443hj6rqfd2jecft66i4pjaba

CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD: An online platform to support people living with dementia and their carers – UK pilot update

Emma Wolverson, Rosie Dunn, David Howe, Kate Cunnah, Rebecca Platt, Jonathan Thorpe, Caroline White, Kevin Paulson
2018 Zenodo  
The primary aims of the study are to determine whether use of the CGPRO platform: • Improves quality of life for PwD/MCI • Reduces stress and worry for caregivers Other areas of investigation include measurements  ...  Conclusions The above findings suggest that online support for PwD/MCI and their CG's should not concentrate solely on a problem focus but also enable people to share and celebrate positive experiences  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2994638 fatcat:swefu42anngajh5lhpoah2s6me

Communicating Product User Reviews and Ratings in Interfaces for e-Commerce: A Multimodal Approach [chapter]

Dimitrios Rigas, Rajab Ghandour
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Two independent groups of users were used to evaluate two different presentations of reviews and ratings using as a basis an experimental e-commerce platform.  ...  The data of the reviews was opportunistically collected from Facebook and Twitter.  ...  Previous studies suggest that the use of more metaphors, including graphics, often enables users to perform tasks faster.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39396-4_8 fatcat:7mwugrbr5rem7hc5zeegh4p5bq

Motivations of guests contributing sWOM on social media: a case in Vietnam

Le Thi Thanh Ha, Vo Thanh Thu
2020 Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies  
of social media guests.Design/methodology/approachThe data collected from 411 guests by using the snowball method was used for analysis.  ...  The marketing managers should create an online platform in order to facilitate their consumers to discuss their brand frequently (Charu et al., 2018).  ...  The rapid growth of social online platforms has facilitated the increasing study of social media topics all over the world (Chu and Kim, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/jabes-05-2020-0055 fatcat:k2ljbbfq2bbyzi4l4wc3b4626i

Promoting users' intention to share online health articles on social media: The role of confirmation bias

Haiping Zhao, Shaoxiong Fu, Xiaoyu Chen
2020 Information Processing & Management  
This study sheds new light on the role of confirmation bias in users' health information sharing.  ...  Levels of confirmation bias ranging from extreme negative bias to extreme positive bias among the participants were assessed during the experiment.  ...  Zhao) would like to thank: (1) National Demonstration Center for Experimental Library and Information Science Education of Wuhan University for providing the venue and facilities with us to experiment,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2020.102354 pmid:32834400 pmcid:PMC7368841 fatcat:vxeeqyhovvejrgeggwavf7he5u

Using Online Photo Sharing to Support Parents with Type One Diabetic Children [chapter]

Hajar Alamri, King Khalid University, SA, Reeva Lederman, Rachelle Bosua, University of Melbourne, AU, Open University of The Netherlands, NL
2018 Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2018  
This study aims to explore the effectiveness of using online photo sharing platforms to support parents of chronically ill children.  ...  The rise of online photo sharing platforms has encouraged an increasing number of people to share online their lived experience as a carer of a child with a chronic condition.  ...  The mean age for the participants was 32 years and they were from four different countries.  ... 
doi:10.5130/acis2018.ck fatcat:z36ey27rsbdrras3hhoh26fqhe

An Experimental Study of Chinese Shopping Related Sharing Behaviors [chapter]

Min Li, Jun Zhang, Zhengjie Liu, Graham I. Johnson
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Through a combination of interviews with observations in our lab to the users of social media and online shopping sites, we want to find answers to the question: what are the factors that influence Chinese  ...  Most previous research have shown the information sharing on social media platforms, but few focus on shopping related sharing (SRS) information and how these information influence consumer decision-making  ...  By using this method, we gained the knowledge about real online buyers' shopping and sharing experience quickly and directly.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40477-1_39 fatcat:qpbk4yxbx5c3bpac7c4vx6nyy4

CONSUMER VALUE CO-CREATION IN ONLINE BUSINESS: THE CASE OF GLOBAL TRAVEL SERVICES

Rasa Smaliukiene, Lai Chi-Shiun, Indre Sizovaite
2014 Journal of Business Economics and Management  
The research findings suggest that value co-creation approach can be effectively used to analyse processes in global online travel service section.  ...  As an additional value of the research, it was found that the online travel service providers integrate customer-to-customer interactions as a value co-creation in their platforms using consumers' resources  ...  Value co-creation in online travel service platforms: the results of case study Cases analysis shows that all of selected online travel service companies in its processes has four main elements of the  ... 
doi:10.3846/16111699.2014.985251 fatcat:k2446laaerdzzooi2o4d2hequy

An Investigation into Patient Privacy Disclosure in Online Medical Platforms

Chunlin Feng, Zhichao Cheng, Lijuan Huang
2019 IEEE Access  
Patients using online medical community platforms are a special group of social media users, unique in terms of their willingness and behavior in disclosing private information.  ...  From the perspective of these platforms, this paper investigates the impact of fairness (outcome fairness and procedural fairness) on the patients' willingness to disclose privacy in the platform, and  ...  In terms of platform usage, more than half of the users have 1 year or less of online medical community platform experience (51.3%), 32.9% of users have used 1 to 2 years, and 15.8% of users have more  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2899343 fatcat:z2sizshhlvhmtlb6ngpl376r3y

Identifying Key Implication Factors to Influence the Approach and Promotion of the Sustainable Furniture-Sharing Platform in the Circular Economy in Bangkok, Thailand

Sarunporn Gesawahong, Jitiporn Wongwatcharapaiboon, Kullachate Muangnapoh
2021 Future Cities and Environment  
Isaac Jamieson for his kindness proofreading of this paper.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the high-quality research program scholarship from the collaboration between Thammasat University and National Science and Technology Development Agency  ...  There are four insights found from the correlation analysis, knowledge of which it is suggested can become useful for influencing the approach, promotion, and potential user's initial behaviour on the  ... 
doi:10.5334/fce.122 fatcat:l7zjsjrtwvfbpd4q5ebnycg6ki

Shared Short-Term Rentals for Sustainable Tourism in the Social-Network Age: The Impact of Online Reviews on Users' Purchase Decisions

Jie Zhao, Zhixiang Peng
2019 Sustainability  
This paper aims to investigate the impact of online reviews on users' purchase decisions toward shared short-term rentals, and further to provide optimization suggestions for the future advance of shared  ...  In addition, the cognitive needs of users can adjust the impact of online reviews on the perceived risk of users but have no explicit adjusting effect for users' perceived value.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank the editors and anonymous reviewers for their suggestions and comments to improve the quality of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11154064 fatcat:lk5ee75xx5amto6zhh4npjvoqa
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