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Volume :29 Issue : 109 2003      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

An Empirical Investigation of Electronic Shopping in Kuwait

Auther : Adel M. Al- Adwani

     This study examines the effects of certain of demographic, social support and technology variables on consumers’ Electronic Shopping (e-shopping) attitudes and intentions in Kuwait.  The analyses reveal that favorable attitudes towards intentions in Kuwait.  The analyses reveal that favorable attitudes towards e-shopping have a significant, positive influence on consumers’ e-shopping intent. Moreover, the findings point to the fact that social support affects intentions to use e-shopping directly and indirectly through attitudes.  The results also reveal that consumers having higher Internet experience show higher positive attitudes towards e-shopping than those who have less experience using the internet.  Further, the results show that perceived e-shopping benefits affect attitudes towards e-shopping only directly.  Lastly, neither gender nor Internet accessibility has effected on the exogenous variables (i.e. attitudes towards e-shopping and intentions to use e-shopping).  The author discusses the implications of these findings.

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