Internet Research: Volume 12 Issue 3


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Cross‐cultural dimensions of Internet portals

Sajjad Zahir, Brian Dobing, M. Gordon Hunter

When new technologies become available and cultures adopt them, the result can be either convergence, cultures becoming more similar as a result, or divergence, when cultures…


A framework for the selection of electronic marketplaces: a content analysis approach

Rosemary Stockdale, Craig Standing

Although there has recently been an increased practitioner and media focus on electronic marketplaces, there still remains confusion over the advantages of participation. As a…


Enhanced television strategy models: a study of TV Web sites

Louisa Ha

This study compares the use of enhanced TV features and TV commerce features on the Web sites of cable and broadcast TV networks. Both the quantitative analysis of the specific…


Online kiosks: the alternative to mobile technologies for mobile users

Frances Slack, Jennifer Rowley

Online kiosks have the potential to be a significant alternative to mobile technologies in retailing, information provision and service delivery. This article describes the…


Senior executives’ perceptions of business‐to‐consumer (B2C) online marketing strategies: the case of Singapore

Thompson S.H. Teo, Jek Swan Tan

This paper represents one of the first few studies on Internet marketing strategies of business‐to‐consumer (B2C) firms in Singapore. A survey was sent to CEOs/marketing managers…


Commercial Internet adoption in China: comparing the experience of small, medium and large businesses

Hernan Riquelme

Earlier research studies predicted that it would be small and medium‐sized businesses that were more likely to adopt and benefit from the use of the Internet because of their…

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