Authenticité en ligne, expérience émotionnelle et intentions de visite
Research in sociology of tourism indicate that people increasingly engage in cultural activities. They look for enjoyment and authentic experiences. This raises a number of opportunities for cultural places such as museums, which increasigly rely on Information Technologies (IT) to support the exhibition of cultural artifacts and their communications with the public. However, we know very little about the contribution of these technologies to the formation of intentions to visit museums. This research attempts to fill in the gap by adressing the persistance of authenticity and its emotional benefits in ITmediated environments, such as websites. Overall, 150 questionnaires were completed. The results of this research contribute to the Human-Computer Interaction field. We also offer practical guidance to museum website designers.
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|Date of creation:||2011|
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|Publication status:||Published in Revue Management et Avenir, 2011, Vol. 5, no. 45. pp. 257-279.Length: 22 pages|
|Contact details of provider:|| Web page: http://www.dauphine.fr/en/welcome.html|
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