Antecedents of perceived playfulness: an exploratory study on user acceptance of general information-searching websites

@article{Chung2004AntecedentsOP,
  title={Antecedents of perceived playfulness: an exploratory study on user acceptance of general information-searching websites},
  author={Janine Chung and Felix B. Tan},
  journal={Information & Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={869-881}
}
Understanding user acceptance of the Internet, in particular user acceptance of general information-searching sites, is important in assessing its effectiveness. Such sites provide users with various information options while navigating the Internet. A well-designed general information-searching site helps ensure a positive user experience and therefore repeat usage. This study extended existing research into user acceptance of the Internet. It explored the antecedents of Playfulness. Results… CONTINUE READING
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