Presents findings on how heavily consumers rely on the Internet to research and buy music, cell phones, and real estate; whether they post online comments on purchased products; and whether the Internet circumvents traditional means of purchase.
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Title: The Internet and Consumer Choice
Publication date 2008-05-18
Publication Year 2008
John B. Horrigan
Pew Internet & American Life Project
North America / United States
, online information
, life project
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