Year 2019, Volume 18, Issue 2, Pages 597 - 622 2019-04-01

Hayır Mağazası Müşterilerinin Online Satın Alma Niyetlerini Etkileyen Faktörler
Factors Influencing Charity Shop Customers’ Intention to Use Online Charity Shops

Samet Can Curkan [1] , Özge Curkan [2]

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Elektronik ticaretin önem kazandığı son yıllarda, birçok yardım kuruluşu da kendi online alışveriş sitesi veya eBay mağazası başta olmak üzere internet aracılığıyla satış yapmaya başlamıştır. Bu çalışma, Birleştirilmiş Teknoloji Kabul ve Kullanımı Teorisi 2 (BTKKT2) ile yardım kuruluşlarına bağlı hayır mağazalarından alışveriş yapan müşterilerin online alışveriş yapma niyetlerini belirleyen faktörleri araştırmaktadır. Ayrıca, bu çalışmayla mevcut ve potansiyel online hayır mağazası müşterilerinin yaş ve cinsiyet gibi demografik özellikleriyle birlikte hayır mağazalarından ne sıklıkta alışveriş yaptıkları da belirlenmiştir.

With the rise of e-commerce in recent years, many charities have started selling online mainly through their online shop or their eBay shop. This paper aims to understand the factors that determine charity shop customers’ intention to use online charity shops by adopting the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology 2 (UTAUT2). Furthermore, the study aims to identify current and future online charity shop customers in terms of their demographic characteristics particularly age and gender, and their experience with charity shops.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Economics
Authors

Author: Samet Can Curkan (Primary Author)
Institution: EGE UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Author: Özge Curkan
Country: Turkey


Bibtex @research article { jss407361, journal = {Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences}, issn = {1303-0094}, eissn = {2149-5459}, address = {Gaziantep University}, year = {2019}, volume = {18}, pages = {597 - 622}, doi = {10.21547/jss.407361}, title = {Factors Influencing Charity Shop Customers’ Intention to Use Online Charity Shops}, key = {cite}, author = {Curkan, Samet and Curkan, Özge} }
APA Curkan, S , Curkan, Ö . (2019). Factors Influencing Charity Shop Customers’ Intention to Use Online Charity Shops. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 18 (2), 597-622. DOI: 10.21547/jss.407361
MLA Curkan, S , Curkan, Ö . "Factors Influencing Charity Shop Customers’ Intention to Use Online Charity Shops". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 18 (2019): 597-622 <http://dergipark.org.tr/jss/issue/43931/407361>
Chicago Curkan, S , Curkan, Ö . "Factors Influencing Charity Shop Customers’ Intention to Use Online Charity Shops". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 18 (2019): 597-622
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