Print and Internet catalog shopping: assessing attitudes and intentions
Article publication date: 1 August 2000
The use of print catalogs for direct marketing has a long history of success. Today, telecommunication networks, such as the Internet, offer the potential to reach a larger market through the use of online catalogs that could be dynamic, flexible, and consumer‐responsive. This paper reports the results of an empirical study that compared individuals’ attitudes and intentions to shop using print and Internet catalogs. The findings suggest that individuals perceived differences between the two catalog media on the shopping factors of reliability, tangibility, and consumer risk. Further, product value, pre‐order information, post‐selection information, shopping experience, and consumer risk emerged as the factors that influenced attitudes and intentions to shop using print and Internet catalogs.
Vijayasarathy, L.R. and Jones, J.M. (2000), "Print and Internet catalog shopping: assessing attitudes and intentions", Internet Research, Vol. 10 No. 3, pp. 191-202. https://doi.org/10.1108/10662240010331948
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