Based on the survey, most students’ boundless use of smart phones can lead to having their assignments undone on time and may cause them to lack sleep at night. Moreover, daily use of smart phones is a great steal of time in their school works. It even makes them review their lesson less often that leads a few respondents to fail in their examinations. Results of the research even show that students use their smart phones
Traditional shopping also gives the buyer a sense of security because they are given a receipt with their purchase and can come back to the store at any time if they may need to return or get new products. Shoppers can even use credit cards with little to no fear that their personal information will be at risk. For the most part society has gone into the digital age where many tasks and functions that are in society can be done remotely and electronically, all of which holds true for online shopping.
The industry has definitely grown with potential in terms of not only generating revenue but also reducing the costs in running a online retail business. With the main recipients of e-commerce who are the Marketing, retail outlets, insurance, government, travel industries, training, online publishing vendors. Looking at Traditional Commerce and E-Commerce: As there is a significant difference in the e commerce which is when there is no physical store and in which most of the cases the seller and the buyer don’t see each other, transactions happen otherwise. With the help of the Web as well as telecommunications technologies here play a major role in e commerce being a boom. Although when we look at the goals and objectives of both e-commerce and traditional commerce which the same that is are selling same products ... ... middle of paper ... ...avior of customers.
For example, EBay allows almost anyone over 18 to sell and buy goods online. This use of e-commerce has facilitated day-to-day shopping for individuals and has also given way for the need for companies such as UPS and Fedex. Online marketing appears to be everywhere on every website. Almost every website one visits has some form of online marketing. For example, YouTube has taken to playing advertisements before viewing a video and Facebook has allowed companies to place ads on Facebook.
Leslie Reed (2013) has showed that more than 80% of students admitted that the use of smart phones, tablets and laptops can interfere their learning. Regarding to situational factors, McCoy (2012) has reported that “students do not think that it is necessarily problematic matter but part of their lives.” Here is how often respondents said they used their digital devices for non-classroom purposes during a typical day (percentages equal more tha... ... middle of paper ... ... laptop or smart phone on the class are very necessary to solve partly our issues. More investigation from Kim Novak Morse showed the results from the above study reveal that indeed students are off task in class: however, it is not as extensive as we thought: “Second-year students were off task the most time, at 42% of the entire semester. First-years were off task approximately 35% of the time for the semester while third-years spent approximately 28% of their class time off task. Regarding how many individual students were ON-task at a given instant, roughly 82% of third-years, 69% of first years, and 50% of second-years were NOT misusing their laptops.
Indeed, the Internet causes students to spend less time in study and physical communication, and it also harms students physical and mental health, too. There are many different kinds of entertainment offering on the Internet, such as video games. Some of the students get addicted to these entertainments, and they no longer try as hard as they used to try in their study. Lee Kem in his article “Games Addicted Students” states that 65% of girls and 85% of boys are game players, and one of the eight game players get addiction (para.8). Apparently, many students spend a lot of time in playing online games rather than studying.
ONLINE SHOPPING ABSTRACT Online shopping basically provides the way consumers go shopping and purchase services and goods with reasonable price on the Internet. For some consumers, shopping and purchasing online have become part of their daily lives, while others may not even care about it. The primary objective of this project is to study the importance of Online shopping. The importance of the online shopping is to determine through two important factors. The first important factor is to know customer perception about online shopping.
Theses features include: Ubiquity This is where ecommerce is basically available at all times and is everywhere, whether a home, work on your computer or using a mobile device. Global Reach the potential market size is roughly equal to the size of the online Population of the world. Universal standards The technical standards of the Internet, and therefore of Conducting e-commerce, are shared by all of the nations in the world. Richness Information that is complex and content rich can be delivered without sacrificing reach. Interactivity Two way communication in E-commerce technologies allow interaction with the users the consumer.
(Baltzan, 2012) In class we have also talked about the digital divide, and how businesses have advantages over other businesses when they have access to technologies. (Baltzan, 2012) I had mentioned in class once that a simple advantage to having access to technology is that you can bring in more potential customers with the use of online shopping. I think this is so because of the reasons I stated above: it is quicker, cheaper, convenient, etc. I still do believe this... ... middle of paper ... ...ese types of unexpected issues and have managers who are able to prevent these things from happening or at least be able to solve the issue if it is to arise. (Straub, 1998, pp.
E-Business E-business is the largest emerging trend in business today. The movement into e-business is dramatically changing the way people buy and sell. Business is no longer a one for all concept, that concept is being replaced by a consumer economy that is driven by choice. These choices are not only in product and price but in shopping environment as well, where their transactions can take place face to face or in an online environment. Not only are traditional businesses completing their transactions with other businesses in such an online format, but such transactions are taking place between businesses and consumers as well as consumers to consumers.