Extrinsic versus intrinsic motivations for consumers to shop on-line

  title={Extrinsic versus intrinsic motivations for consumers to shop on-line},
  author={Rong-An Shang and Yu-Chen Chen and Lysander Shen},
  journal={Inf. Manag.},
Previous research has usually assumed that shopping on-line is a goal-oriented activity and is motivated by extrinsic factors of the customers. On the other hand, intrinsic factors, such as entertainment, have been found to be a major reason for peoples to use the Internet. This study examined whether such intrinsic motivations can be used to explain consumers' acceptance of on-line shopping. A theoretical model, based on the technology acceptance model, was proposed to describe the intrinsic… Expand
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