The Effects of Perceived Amount of Information on Perceived Risks and Purchase Intentions in Television Shopping
- Sharon Lennon (Ohio State University)
- Mijeong Kim (Ohio State University)
The purpose of this study was to exam-ine the effects of perceived amount of information on perceived risks and purchase intentions in the context of television apparel shopping. In an experimental format, women aged over 35 (N = 128) viewed a six-minute television shopping segment selling a top and pant outfit. They assessed perceived risk related to purchase of the outfit, perceived amount of information available in the segment, and purchase intentions. Respondents answered open-ended questions about previous in-home shopping practices and provided demographic information.
How to Cite:
Lennon, S. & Kim, M., (1998) “The Effects of Perceived Amount of Information on Perceived Risks and Purchase Intentions in Television Shopping”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).