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Vie privée et Internet: influence des caractéristiques individuelles et situationnelles sur les attitudes et les comportements des internautes face à la collecte de leurs données personnelles

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  • Caroline Lancelot Miltgen


    (Granem - Groupe de Recherche ANgevin en Economie et Management - UA - Université d'Angers - AGROCAMPUS OUEST - Institut National de l'Horticulture et du Paysage)

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    The qualitative study presented in this article allowed us to develop a conceptual framework, with a view to show the answering process of net surfers when being asked personal data on the web. Beyond individual and situational variables, this framework brings in several mediatory variables (including the perceived consequences of the data request) and emphasis the wide range of answering strategies.

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    Date of creation: May 2003
    Publication status: Published in Congrès International de l'Association Française du Marketing, May 2003, Tunis, Tunisie. pp.1-30, 2003
    Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00457867
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