A cross cultural comparison of virtual pet companionship in the UK and Japan
AbstractThe Comfort from Companion Animals Scale was translated into Japanese and a survey conducted of virtual pet users in the UK and in Japan. Data were used to test the notion that Japanese users have a stronger bond of affection with virtual pets than users in the West. Our findings support this position.
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User behaviour; cross cultural studies; virtual pet;
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