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Factors Affecting the Intention to Download Music: Quality Perceptions and Downloading Intensity

Plowman, Sacha; Goode, Sigi


Illicit music downloading is a problem for music industry groups. A rational theory of delinquency holds that actors weigh the costs and benefits before committing a deviant act. However, theory developed for physical goods may not apply to digital products. In addition, cultural products have uncertain quality prior to consumption. The intention to acquire such products may be affected by perceived quality. This paper explores the intention to illegally download music from the Internet,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Computer Information Systems


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