Factors influencing intention to forward short Internet videos
Interpersonal short video forwarding is currently one of the most popular activities of Internet users. One of the key factors that affects this online interpersonal behavior is forwarding intention. In this study, a quality perception → benefit expectation → intention model was proposed to explain the formation of video forwarding intention. To test the model data were collected from 210 undergraduate students. The results showed that perceptions of the quality of the content and empathy affect 3 benefit expectations of control, inclusion, and affection. In addition, control, inclusion, and affection affect forwarding intention.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 February 2012
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