This paper aims to examine the mechanism that explains young consumers’ intention to perform online financial trading by integrating technology acceptance model, flow model, and theory of planned behavior.
This study examined the relationship between financial information seeking behavior and financial literacy, as well as the relationship between parents’ teaching and behavior with financial information seeking behavior through the factors of the risk information seeking and processing model among youth.
Even though cancer survival rates have increased over the past few decades, however, cancer patients long endure physical, emotional and financial pressures even after complete remission.
Poor nutrition and food selection lead to health issues such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. This study of YouTube comments aims to uncover patterns of food choices and the factors driving them, in addition to exploring the sentiments of healthy eating in networked communities.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether financial distress explains the relationship between financial literacy and quality of life (QoL) among consumers who have faced life-threatening cancer.
This research aimed to examine the impact of gender on the mechanism that translates family financial socialisation to financial literacy and behaviour among Malaysian young adults and also to examine the role of financial information-seeking behaviour and its antecedents in this mechanism.
Through an experiment, this paper investigates the impact of online page popularity and message valences of user-generated content in social media on pro-Iran visiting attitudes and behavioural intention as well as perceptions of destination risk.
After years of watching Vancouver housing prices climb, driven in part by Chinese investment, Eveline Xia came to a painful realization: Despite having a Master’s degree and solid career prospects.