Extending the theory of planned behavior: A study of lifestyles, contextual factors, mobile viewing habits, TV content interest, and intention to adopt mobile TV
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AbstractThis study applied the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to explain the intentions of Hong Kong consumers to adopt mobile TV and their interests in its content. Using a probability sample of 644 respondents, this study not only demonstrated the robustness of TPB in explaining consumer behavior but also showed that channel deficiency, mobile viewing habits (which were moderated by perceived behavioral control), and content interest could significantly influence consumers’ intentions to adopt mobile TV services. Although lifestyle types were not found a significant predictor of behavioral intention, it had strong effect on content interests in mobile TV. Limitations and practical implications are provided.
All Author(s) ListLeung L, Chen C
Journal nameTELEMATICS AND INFORMATICS
Year2017
Month12
Volume Number34
Issue Number8
Pages1638 - 1649
ISSN0736-5853
LanguagesEnglish-United States
KeywordsMobile TV, Theory of planned behavior, Adoption intention, Lifestyles, Content interests

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