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Title (in Chinese) 探討直播持續觀看意圖及訂閱的影響因素:以Twitch為例
Title (in English) Exploring the Influencing Factors of Livestream Continuance Intention and Subscription: An Example of Twitch
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Institution 淡江大學
Department (in Chinese) 會計學系碩士班
Department (in English) Department of Accounting
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Other Department/Institution
Academic Year 108
Semester 2
PublicationYear 109
Author's name (in Chinese) 廖則安
Author's name(in English) Tse-An Liao
Student ID 607600516
Degree 碩士
Language Traditional Chinese
Other Language English
Date of Oral Defense 2020-06-12
Pagination 72page
Committee Member advisor - 方郁惠
co-chair - 劉敏熙
co-chair - 汪美伶
Keyword (inChinese) 共同體驗
潮流效應
群體認同
持續意圖
訂閱
Keyword (in English) co-experience
bandwagon effect
group identification
continuous intention
subscription
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Subject
Abstract (in Chinese)
近年來直播平台蓬勃發展,直播平台要長久經營最主要是觀眾能持續觀看該平台,而訂閱則是直播平台及直播主的收益來源。本研究探討持續觀看直播意圖及訂閱的影響因素,並利用共同體驗、群體認同及潮流效應的理論及變數,了解這些因素是否會影響持續觀看意圖及訂閱。研究方法採用問卷調查法,利用SPSS及AMOS分析了418份有效問卷。研究結果顯示,僅有潮流效應中的一致性對訂閱不成立,共同體驗對群體認同有顯著關係,群體認同對持續意圖及訂閱亦皆具有顯著關係,潮流效應中的地位消費及獨特的需求對訂閱也呈正向顯著。
Abstract (in English)
Recently, the livestream platform has been booming.The success of a livestream platform hinges on audiences’ following, while the revenues of the platform and its streamers mainly hinge on audiences’ subscription.This study applies the theories and variables of co-experience, group identification, and bandwagon effects to explore the determinants of continuous following intentions and subscriptions toward a livestream platform.This study conducts a questionnaire survey and uses SPSS and AMOS to analyze data received from 418 respondents.Our results show that except for the hypothesis between conformity and subscription, most of our proposed hypotheses are empirically supported.Implications for practices and theory are briefly discussed.
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Table of Content (with Page Number)
目錄
第一章	緒論	1
第一節 研究背景與動機	1
第二節 研究目的與問題	5
第三節 預期之研究貢獻	6
第四節 論文架構	7
第二章 文獻探討	8
第一節 Twitch直播	8
第二節 共同體驗	9
第三節 群體認同	11
第四節 潮流效應	13
第五節 訂閱	15
第六節 持續觀看意圖	16
第三章 研究方法	18
第一節 研究假說	18
第二節 研究架構	22
第三節 研究變數與衡量	23
第四節 研究對象與問卷蒐集方法	31
第四章 實證分析與討論	32
第一節 樣本基本資料分析	32
第二節 信度分析	35
第三節 效度分析	36
第四節 敘述性統計分析	45
第五節 結構方程模式分析	51
第六節 中介效果之驗證	58
第五章 結論與建議	61
第一節 研究意涵	61
第二節 管理意涵	62
第三節 研究限制與後續研究建議	64
參考文獻	66
一、中文文獻	66
二、英文文獻	66

 
圖目錄
圖1-4-1 論文架構	7
圖3-2-1 研究架構	22
圖4-2-1 信度分析表	35
圖4-3-1 區別效度	44
圖4-5-1 結構方程模式之路徑係數	58

 
表目錄
表3-3-1 參與之問項	23
表3-3-2 認知共融之問項	24
表3-3-3 共鳴傳染之問項	24
表3-3-4 群體認同之問項	25
表3-3-5 地位消費之問項	25
表3-3-6 規範性之問項	26
表3-3-7 資訊性之問項	26
表3-3-8 獨特的創意之問項	27
表3-3-9 與眾不同之問項	27
表3-3-10 避免相似之問項	28
表3-3-11 持續觀看意圖之問項	28
表3-3-12 金錢支持之問項	29
表3-3-13 吸引注意之問項	29
表3-3-14 個人關係之問項	30
表3-3-15 利益需求之問項	30
表4-1-1樣本基本資料	33
表4-3-1 參與構面收斂效度分析	36
表4-3-2 認知共融構面收斂效度分析	37
表4-3-3 共鳴傳染構面收斂效度分析	37
表4-3-4 群體認同構面收斂效度分析	37
表4-3-5 地位消費構面收斂效度分析	38
表4-3-6 規範性構面收斂效度分析	38
表4-3-7 資訊性構面收斂效度分析	39
表4-3-8 獨特的創意構面收斂效度分析	39
表4-3-9 與眾不同構面收斂效度分析	40
表4-3-10 避免相似構面收斂效度分析	40
表4-3-11 持續觀看意圖構面收斂效度分析	41
表4-3-12 金錢支持構面收斂效度分析	41
表4-3-13 吸引注意構面收斂效度分析	41
表4-3-14 個人關係構面收斂效度分析	42
表4-3-15 利益需求構面收斂效度分析	42
表4-4-1 參與構面敘述性統計分析	45
表4-4-2 認知共融構面敘述性統計分析	45
表4-4-3 共鳴傳染構面敘述性統計分析	46
表4-4-4 群體認同構面敘述性統計分析	46
表4-4-5 地位消費構面敘述性統計分析	46
表4-4-6 規範性構面敘述性統計分析	47
表4-4-7 資訊性構面敘述性統計分析	47
表4-4-8 獨特的創意構面敘述性統計分析	48
表4-4-9 與眾不同構面敘述性統計分析	48
表4-4-10 避免相似構面敘述性統計分析	48
表4-4-11 持續觀看意圖構面敘述性統計分析	49
表4-4-12 金錢支持構面敘述性統計分析	49
表4-4-13 吸引注意構面敘述性統計分析	50
表4-4-14 個人關係構面敘述性統計分析	50
表4-4-15 利益需求構面敘述性統計分析	50
表4-5-1 結構方程模式分析結果	52
表4-5-2 結構方程模式之適配度指標	54
表4-5-3 假說之結果	57
表4-6-1 中介效果之迴歸分析	60
表4-6-2 Sobel Test與Bootstrap法之中介效果分析	60
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