Comparison Perspectives Between Non-Downloaders and Downloaders in Digital Piracy Phenomena
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This study examines the different perspectives between downloaders and non-downloaders based on personal factors and social factors. 235 usable responses from down-loaders and 174 usable responses from non-down-loaders were used in the analysis. Self-Control Theory and Neutralization Theory are used as theoretical foundations to explain the research model in this study. A number of implications for businesses will be discussed, suggestions for future research are reviewed and the main contributions of the study will also be delineated.
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