Amandeep Dhir

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Aalto University, P.O. Box 11000, FI-00076 Aalto Author Amandeep Dhir Name of the doctoral dissertation Exploring Online Self-presentation in Computer-mediated environments: Motives and Reasons for Photo-tagging and untagging Publisher School of Science Unit Department of Computer Science Series Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL(More)
The recent development of internet infrastructure has fuelled a popular concern that young Asian internet users are experiencing Internet addiction due to excessive Internet use. In order to understand the phenomenon, psychometric validation of a 14-item Compulsive Internet Use Scale (CIUS), with 417 Chinese adolescents has been performed. Compared to other(More)
Recently scholars have started examining selfie-related behaviour, with an emphasis on young women. However, little is known about age and gender differences in selfie-taking and posting patterns. To address this gap, an online survey of a sample of 3763 Norwegian social media users was carried out. This study provides the first empirical evidence on how(More)
Twitter is a well-known Web 2.0 microblogging social networking site that is quite popular for organizing events and sharing updates. It provides just in time communication, social connectivity and immediate feedback through Web, smartphones, tablet PCs, etc. The use of Twitter has also attracted educators and researchers due to its growing popularity among(More)
Recent research has emphasized the exponential increase in the online regret experience among online users. Such experience results in poor satisfaction, brand switching, and even service discontinuity. However, little prior research has investigated the relative influence of online platform characteristics and individual differences (such as demographics)(More)
This paper examines the key factors that determine consumer adoption of mobile payments in China. A conceptual model is presented by expanding the innovation diffusion theory (IDT), the technology acceptance model (TAM), and the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT). This model is empirically tested through an exploratory study(More)