Understanding undergraduates’ problems from determinants of Facebook continuance intention

  title={Understanding undergraduates’ problems from determinants of Facebook continuance intention},
  author={Kan-Min Lin},
  journal={Behaviour \& Information Technology},
  pages={693 - 705}
  • K. Lin
  • Published 1 September 2016
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Behaviour & Information Technology
ABSTRACT As social networks’ popularity has increased, so have the attendant problems. The purpose of this study is to identify the important problems by exploring the determinants of Facebook continuance intention from a negative perspective. A questionnaire survey and interview method is used to provide a deep understanding of both the problems and their causes. The research hypotheses are empirically evaluated using the responses from a field survey of 555 undergraduates. The results… Expand
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