Online Shopping-A Literature Review Sanjay Kumar Assistant Professor- BRCMCET,Bahal Abstract: Online Shopping play a great importance in the modern business environment. Online shopping has opened the door of opportunity and advantage to the firms. This paper analyzed the different issue of online shopping. The research aims to provide theoretical contribution in understanding the present.
Chapter 2 Literature Review Introduction to Literature Review. This chapter will mainly discuss on the study that are done by previous research of other authors in the similar area of the present study. Throughout this chapter, there will be comprehensive discussion on theoretical and practical views of previous studies done in online shopping.
CHAPTER 3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE This chapter reviews the existent literature relating to the three parent disciplines of this research, namely, e-commerce, the retail industry, potential of e-retailing and e-retailing success factors and barriers. Spiller, P., Lohse, G. (1997) completed work on “A Classification of Internet Retail Stores”. Their work presents a classification of on-line.LITERATURE REVIEW 2.0 Introduction This chapter begins with the research framework on the consumer adoption of online grocery shopping. There is followed by the literature review for each of the constructs, namely perceived convenience, perceived information accessibility, perceived order accessibility, perceived risk, perceived enjoyment and social factors. This chapter also reviews the.The review shows that attitudes toward online shopping and intention to shop online are not only affected by ease of use, usefulness, and enjoyment, but also by exogenous factors like consumer.
For further understanding of the study, the researchers made use of different reading materials related to the online system. These materials such as books, magazines, newspapers, thesis and other web articles are essential in broadening the.
Online Apparel Buying Behavior: The Literature Review Dr. Pawan Kumar Patodiya1, Prity Birla2. Paper Type-- Literature Review Shopping, Youth Online Shopping Behavior, Online I. INTRODUCTION Internet is rapidly grasping the pace in modern communication landscape, technology and for business convenience. One of the most important applications of internet is online shopping arena for business.
The literature review of the Online vs. Offline consumer behavior shows that there were significant differences between consumers attracted to shopping online versus in traditional stores with regard to the parameters described in different studies. Despite the growth in online sales and projections that online shopping environments are likely.
The review shows that attitudes toward online shopping and intention to shop online are not only affected by ease of use, usefulness, and enjoyment, but also by exogenous factors like consumer traits, situational factors, product characteristics, previous online shopping experiences, and trust in online shopping.
Online Consumer Behaviour Models: A Literature Review Ms Baljinder Kaur Research Scholar, IKG Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Punjab, India. Abstract The dynamics of consumer behaviour is ever evolving with continuous technological up gradations. Consumersarein transition stateof being an 'e-consumer' with successful diffusion of novel concept of 'online shopping' in the past 3-4 years.
Literature Review A review of the related research work shows that the theory of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) (Davis, 1989) is among the most popular theory used to explain online shopping behavior. Therefore, the theoretical framework of this study is based on this theory. The classic Theory of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) has been extensively adopted for explaining and predicting.
LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter begins with the research framework of the study, followed by the discussion of multiple concepts that serve as the backbone of the study in a conceptually, theoretically and empirically way. Some prior research conducted on the concept and the issues raised are also discussed in this chapter. Lastly, this chapter concludes the discussion by.
Review of the Related Literature and Previous Studies The willingness of the buyers to do shopping at the internet stores is referred to as their intention to shop online. Often, this factor is assessed by the willingness of the consumers to purchase and to return to the same website for making further shopping. This then also adds to the buyer’s faith on the particular website. The.
REVIEW OF LITERATURE Androulidakis; G. Kandus (2011) correlated the brand of mobile phone to users’ security practices,. Users show different behavior in an array of characteristics, according to the brand of the mobile phone they are using.
DETAILED REVIEW OF LITERATURE Parasuraman et al. (1980s) conducted an exploratory investigation in the attempt to define service quality and develop a model of service quality. The results showed that regardless of the type of service, consumers used basically the similar criteria in evaluating service quality (Parasuraman et al., 1985). They labeled those 10 criteria as “service quality.
This report contains a review and analysis of online retail shopping and home delivery operations in the UK. It has been carried out as part of the EPSRC-funded Freight Traffic Control (FTC) 2050 project, which is investigating the scope for collaboration in order to facilitate greater efficiency in urban freight transport and logistics activities, and thereby reducing the cost of these.