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The Effect of Crowdfunding Factors on Participational Intention -A Case of Chinese Participants (크라우드펀딩 특성이 참여의도에 미치는 영향 - 중국사례를 중심으로)

  • Jia, Jing;Lee, Cheol-Gyu
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.237-247
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    • 2018
  • In this paper, a research model was designed to investigate the factors influencing the intention to the crowdfunding participator of China. The research model includes the platform factors, investor factors, and social factors, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness and funding participants' intention. In this research, the data was collected by online survey, and in final analysis, 439 participators' questionnaires were used. The empirical paper proves research hypothesis by using SPSS 23.0. The results of the study are as follows: the crowdfunding platform factors, social factors and the participants' individual factors partially give positive effects to perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness; perceived ease of use gives positive effects to perceived usefulness. In addition, perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness have positive effects to participational intention. This paper provides a useful scheme for the better operation and promotion of crowdfunding. In the future, a comparative study of different types of crowdfunding is needed.

On the Analysis of the Satisfaction of Participant on Regional Culture Festival (향토문화축제 관광자원 활성화: 허균.허난설헌 축제를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Gi-Dong
    • Korean Business Review
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.125-138
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    • 2009
  • The purposes of this study are the analysis by content of satisfaction level of participants in the event for the systematic, efficient event tourism program. For this analysis, it was researched if there was any difference in satisfaction level of participants in event by demographic characteristics, participation level and content of program. The results of this analysis are as follows: There was a difference in satisfaction level by participants characteristics in the event tourism. There was the more recognition, the higher participation level. There was higher participation and satisfaction level in participational and special program than exhibitory program. This study has a limit that can"ft grasp the foreign visitors"f recognition for the event tourism in Gangnueng district. But, it is very important to analyze the voluntary participation and interest of local residents and it may be the fruit of this study to of a new program and suggestion point through the analysis of satisfaction level for the Heo-kyun & Heo_Nan_Sul_Hun Cultural Festival.

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The Causality among Residents' Loyalty to an Environmental Festival and Its Influential Factors: With Special Reference to Hampyung Butterfly Festival (지역주민의 환경축제 충성도와 그 영향요인 간의 인과관계 - 함평나비축제를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Kyeong-Jin;Song, Myung-Gyu
    • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
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    • v.23 no.5
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    • pp.337-352
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    • 2014
  • The main purposes of this study are to find the causality among residents' loyalty to an environmental festival and its influential factors and, based upon the findings, to explore environmental festivals' developmental vision with special reference to Hampyung Butterfly Festival. Under these aims, this study applies structural equation modeling(SEM). The structural model for SEM analysis is composed of four independent variables which consist of residents' attachment(RA) to their region where its own environmental festival is provided, residents' participational intention(RP) to the festival, the economic effects(EE) of the festival, and the communication(CM) between the residents and the festival providers, one intermediate variable, residents' satisfaction(RS) from the festival, and one final dependent variable, residents' loyalty(RL) to the festival. The causality among these variables is hypothesized as follows; Among the independent variables, RP, EE, and CM have effects only on RS and RA has an effect on both RS and RL. And RS has an effect on RL. The facts found from the SEM are summed up as follows; First, (1) RP and CM turn out to have statistically significant effects on RS, (2) RA is confirmed to have a statistically very significant effect on both RS and RL, and (3) RS is also proved to show a statistically very significant effect on RL. Second, the total effects on RL of independent variables are stronger in the order of RA, CM, and RP. Third, EE seems to have no effect on RS, consequently no effect on RL, either. The reason why EE has no effect looks like to be due to environmental festivals' peculiar features. These findings offer the following suggestions for the future of environmental festivals in the part of festival providers. Firstly, to be successful in the festival, they have to provoke RL above all. Second, to do so, they need to encourage RA, CM, and RP in the mentioned order in the long run. Third, but for a short period, they had better concentrate upon promoting RS.