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Co‐presence and mobile apps: Technology's impact on being with others

Abstract : Despite a lack of theoretical understanding regarding how consumers react when using mobile applications in a store, the latter are being used more and more often in shared consumption areas. This research explores the impact that using a mobile application has on perceptions of co-presence. Depending on the consumption experience stage, this technological tool can be a social facilitator that enhances interactions with companions or a device that makes it possible to reduce a negative crowd impression. This paper is positioned at the intersection of interpersonal influence research and research focused on mobile technologies' effect on the purchasing process. It may interest managers of sites where there is high co-presence and where a mobile application might reduce negative crowd impressions and facilitate in-group sharing.
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Amélie Clauzel, Caroline Riché, Bénédicte Le Hegarat, Romain Zerbib. Co‐presence and mobile apps: Technology's impact on being with others. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences - Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, 2019, 37 (1), pp.30-44. ⟨10.1002/cjas.1553⟩. ⟨hal-03675934⟩

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