HCBE Faculty Articles

Title

A Study of Users’ Perception of Online Dating Websites

Document Type

Article

Date

7-2017

Publication Title

International Journal of Current Science and Technology

ISSN or ISBN

2320-8090

Volume

5

Issue

7

First Page

457

Last Page

466

Description

Since communications and interactions can be initiated and completed in a few seconds with colleagues and friends across the globe, people are now more connected to each other. The freedom of communication and being connected has created opportunities for online dating. Nowadays, people tend to rely on technology in order to talk to new people and find partners. Users on dating websites can be divided into two main groups as a self-disclosure and self-presentation.
This research followed a quantitative approach which collected data through a questionnaire survey from 200 respondents in Bangkok, Thailand. The research concentrates on the user’s perceptions of online dating websites, influencing factors, advantages and disadvantages, and strategies for future direction along with implications for corporate social responsibility (CSR) are provided.

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