Enas M. Al-Lozi

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a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Theory of planned behaviour Post-adoption Perceived value Facebook Social networking sites TPB SNS This study examines the continuance participation intentions and behaviour on Facebook, as a representative of Social Networking Sites (SNSs), from a social and behavioural perspective. The study extends the Theory of Planned(More)
Digitally engaged communities can be described as communities created and evolved within Web 2.0 Websites such as Facebook, Bebo, and Twitter. The growing importance of digitally engaged communities calls for the need to efficiently manage the building blocks of sustaining a healthy community. The initial operation of any digitally-engaged community depends(More)
The main aim of this paper is to achieve a depth of understanding of the various similarities and differences in terms of challenges between developed and developing countries and in regards to the implementation of ICT innovations. Indeed, advances in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have brought many innovations to the field of(More)
Digitally engaged communities are virtual communities in the sense that they exist in a cyberspace connecting different people with shared interests. They provide realworld communities a place to come together using the Internet. The eventual success of digitally engaged communities cannot thrive without continuous users’ involvement and participation.(More)
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