Internet Research: Volume 20 Issue 1


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Individualist and collectivist factors affecting online repurchase intentions

Dayne Frost, Sigi Goode, Dennis Hart

This study aims to explore whether collectivistic and individualistic users exhibit different e‐commerce loyalty and purchase intentions.


Integrating user modeling approaches into a framework for recommender agents

Daniela Godoy, Silvia Schiaffino, Analía Amandi

Recommender agents are used to make recommendations of interesting items in a wide variety of application domains, such as web page recommendation, music, e‐commerce, movie…

Influence of online learning skills in cyberspace

Li‐An Ho, Tsung‐Hsien Kuo, Binshan Lin

This study aims to propose a conceptual structural equation model to investigate the relationships among e‐learning system quality, e‐learning readiness, e‐learners' competency as…


The role of Internet in the development of future software projects

M.R. Martínez‐Torres, S.L. Toral, F. Barrero, F. Cortés

The Internet has evolved, prompted in part by new Web 2.0 technologies, to become a more widespread platform for interaction, communication, and activism. Virtual communities, or…


An analysis of Internet banking offerings and its determinants in India

Pooja Malhotra, Balwinder Singh

This exploratory study is an attempt to present the present status of Internet banking in India and the extent of Internet banking services offered by Internet banks. In addition…

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