2021
DOI: 10.3390/su13147663
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Abstract: An emergent effort to reduce wasted food is to share uneaten food with others via social media. However, the following question arises: Are those unknown people willing to take my leftovers? Few studies address the above question. Hence, developing a comprehensive model that explains the acceptance of leftover food from strangers (LFFS) via social media warrants research attention. Considering the dual roles LFFS recipients play—namely, both peer-to-peer (P2P) technology user and service consumer—the study emb… Show more

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“…As an important factor that decides the quality of relations, trust is fostered through the frequent interaction among individuals ( Karpenka et al, 2021 ). In the network environment, trust for others is a basic factor that drives users’ behavioral intention ( Hsieh et al, 2021 ). Since the online community involves uncertainties and risks, such as the risk of information privacy leakage, it is necessary for users to establish trust with other community members so as to reduce the perceived risk ( Yang and Lee, 2021 ).…”
Section: Research Model and Research Hypothesesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As an important factor that decides the quality of relations, trust is fostered through the frequent interaction among individuals ( Karpenka et al, 2021 ). In the network environment, trust for others is a basic factor that drives users’ behavioral intention ( Hsieh et al, 2021 ). Since the online community involves uncertainties and risks, such as the risk of information privacy leakage, it is necessary for users to establish trust with other community members so as to reduce the perceived risk ( Yang and Lee, 2021 ).…”
Section: Research Model and Research Hypothesesmentioning
confidence: 99%