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EVALUATION OF PERCEIVED QUALITY OF THE WEBSITE OF AN ONLINE BOOKSTORE: AN EMPIRICAL APPLICATION OF THE BARNES AND VIDGEN MODEL

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Author(s): Ueliton da Costa Leonidio | Roberto Marcos da Silva Montezano | Frederico A. de Carvalho

Journal: Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management
ISSN 1807-1775

Volume: 8;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 109;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Website Quality | Online bookstore | Online retail | e-Marketing | e-Commerce

ABSTRACT
This paper’s objective is to evaluate the perceived quality of the Website of an online bookstore using the Barnes and Vidgen Model. Implemented over the Internet, this empirical research collected data on the perceived quality of the Website, used to sell products and online services. The questionnaire used to gather the data was answered by a convenience sample of 213 respondents. The importance of quality attributes and the dimension of perceived quality were investigated. The results indicate that the three dimensions named Reliability, Usability and Information were the most noticeable.

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