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    Title: 行動支付之使用意圖對採用行為之影響-以促銷、便利性、社群認同為調節因子
    Effect of using intention of mobile payment on adoption behavior: Promotion, convenience, and community identification as moderators
    Authors: 王俊傑
    Wang, Chun-Chieh
    Contributors: 簡睿哲
    Wang, Chun-Chieh
    Keywords: 行動支付
    Mobile payment
    Using intention
    Adoption behavior
    Community identification
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-03-02 10:58:27 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著時代演進,人類早已不再依靠傳統的以物易物方式進行交易。時至今日, 大量現金貨幣與信用卡在市面上流通,供人們進行貿易所需,同時亦伴著科技的 蓬勃發展,一種全新型態的支付方式儼然誕生,意即「行動支付」。然而,改變 傳統交易方式並非易事,但背後的龐大數據商機卻讓不同產業的廠商都躍躍欲試, 紛紛想搶進分食這塊大餅。此時此刻,要如何吸引消費者的注意,並且讓消費者 願意實際使用,便成為每個人都想要迫切知道的問題。本研究以過往研究為基礎, 並且將以往鮮少被探討的「促銷」、「便利性」、「社群認同」等三個因子作為調節 變數,了解其對於使用意圖對採用行為的調節作用,以彌補現有學術界的缺憾。

    本研究使用 SPSS 21.0 統計軟體進行基本資料分析、獨立樣本T檢定、單因 子變異數分析、信效度分析、敘述性統計分析、皮爾森相關分析、迴歸分析,並 得出以下結果:(1)行動支付使用意圖對採用行為有正向影響;(2)在促銷愈強的 時候,使用意圖對採用行為的影響就愈強;(3)在便利性愈強的時候,使用意圖 對採用行為的影響就愈強:(4)在社群認同愈強的時候,使用意圖對採用行為的 影響並不會有顯著性的影響。
    With the development of the times, human beings no longer rely on the traditional barter transaction. Today, a large amount of cash and credit cards circulate on the market for people to trade, and at the same time, as the technology advances, a new type of payment method is born, which is "mobile payment". However, it is not easy to change the traditional transaction method, but this big data business has made manufacturers in different industries eager to try and grab the pie. At this moment, how to attract consumers' attention and make consumers willing to use it has become an issue that everyone wants to know urgently. This study is based on previous research and uses three factors (promotion, convenience, and community identity), which have rarely been discussed in the past, as moderating variables to understand their role between behavioral intentions and adoption rates with an eye to making up for the lack of existing academic circles.

    In this study, SPSS 21.0 was used for reliability/validity analysis, narrative statistical analysis, and regression analysis, etc. The following results were obtained: (1) intention to use mobile payment has a positive impact on adoption behavior; (2) the stronger the promotion is, the stronger the impact of intentions on the adoption behavior is; (3) the stronger the convenience level is, the stronger the influence of intentions on the adoption behavior is: (4) when community identification level is stronger, the effect of intentions on adoption behavior is not significant.
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106351017
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    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000102
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