Does Consumer Innovativeness Matter? An Examination of Multi-Dimensional Consumer Innovativeness Motivation on Intention to Adopt 3D Printed Fashion Products

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2017-01-01
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Lyu, Jewon
Sadachar, Amrut
Hahn, Kim
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The purpose of this study was to examine a multi-dimensional model of consumer innovativeness in the context of 3D fashion products. In particular, this study explore multi-dimensional consumer innovativeness in relation to a hierarchical model of adoption of innovation (innate-domain specific-intention). A total of 328 useable complete responses were collected and analyzed with Mplus for the structural model and SPSS 23.0 for descriptive statistics. The results of this study confirm the effects of motivational innovativeness as a predisposition to have a positive attitude towards adoption of 3D printed fashion products.

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