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An Insight into Social Media Continuance Use: Through Systematic Literature Review

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Abstract

This study investigates social media’s continuous use through a systematic literature review. Through the theoretical lens of the chronological stage model, the study proposes a research model and will empirically validate the continuous and increasing use of social media. This study is thus expected to augment our IS research community by providing theoretical explanations on the social media provided affordances. Thereby, expected to help practitioners to identify a trend of social media use, to be able to predict the future need, which we believe will drive the underlying force of social media’s continuous use.
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Metadata
Title
An Insight into Social Media Continuance Use: Through Systematic Literature Review
Authors
Debalina Bera
Dan J. Kim
Copyright Year
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-04126-6_6

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