- Full Description
The Internet has emerged as a network which enables a vast range of interactions between businesses and government organizations and individuals. These interactions are classified as B2C (business to consumer), B2B (business to business) and C2C (consumer to consumer) creating ever growing forms of Internet connectedness. This connectedness enables a vast range of self-service opportunities via the Internet. Self-Service in the Internet Age explores attitudes and behaviors to this new form of self-service provision. It focuses on how services are used and viewed by those who choose to use or not use them in a variety of contexts such as personal banking, shopping, travel, education, and health.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Social Networking and eDating.
- The Role and Implications of the Internet in Healthcare Delivery.
- Service and E
- Stakeholder Expectations of Service Quality in a University Web Portal.
- Cybermediation in the Tourism and Travel Industries.
- Tricks and Clicks.
- Experiences of Users from Online Grocery Stores.
- The Virtual Shopping Aisle.
- The Customer Rules and Other E
- Shopping Myths.
- Internet Banking.
- Sense or Sensibility?
- based Self
- Service Systems for Managed IT Support.
- An Explanatory Model of Self
- service on the Internet.
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