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  1. The paradigms of technological innovation and renewables as a panacea for sustainable development: A pathway of going green
  2. The role of technology innovation and renewable energy in reducing environmental degradation in Malaysia: A step towards sustainable environment
  3. Two Decades of Digital Storytelling: A Comprehensive Bibliometric Analysis
  4. Evolution Trends of Facebook Marketing in Digital Economics Growth: A Bibliometric Analysis
  5. Mapping the Evolution Trends in Interactive Storytelling: A Bibliometric Analysis
  6. Impact of consumption values on consumers’ purchase of organic food and green environmental concerns
  7. The role of logistics performance for sustainable development in top Asian countries: Evidence from advance panel estimations
  8. Student Intention to Use E-Learning
  9. YouTube for Procedural Learning
  10. Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC)
  11. Peer influence as a moderator and predictor in explaining green purchase behaviour
  12. Investigating The Measurement of Consumers’ Electronic Word-of-Mouth (E-WOM), Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motives, and Satisfaction of Islamic Insurance (Takaful)
  13. Gender and income really moderate on employees’ job satisfaction
  14. Acquiring travel-related information from mobile social networking services
  15. Green behaviour
  16. Investigating Consumers’ Loyalty Toward Online Games
  17. Examining Students’ Satisfaction in Campus E-Voting
  18. Use animation and storytelling applying the UTAUT model
  19. Decision-making and satisfaction in campus e-voting
  20. Consumers’ Experience of Green Product Purchases: Some Insights from Malaysia
  21. Structural Relationship Between Women Consumers’ Attitude and Actual Behavior in Mobile Retailing
  22. Determinants Influencing Students’ Experiential Motives and Intentions to Play Online Games
  23. Moderating Effects on Consumers’ Loyalty Toward Online Games: A Partial Least Squares Approach
  24. Structural Relationships of Disruptive Attribute Localization and Personalization on Women Consumers’ Attitude to Practice Mobile Retailing
  25. Flight ticket booking app on mobile devices: Examining the determinants of individual intention to use
  26. Consumers' attitudes toward online group buying
  27. Investigating the Measurement of Students’ Opinion in Engaging Electronic Word of Mouth via Social Networking Sites
  28. Students’ Intention to Use Role-Play Games in a Class for Japanese Language Proficiency
  29. Conceptual Study of Mobile Retailing Acceptance Among Malaysian Women
  30. Students’ Perception of Usage of Role-Play Games in a Class for Japanese Language Proficiency
  31. Embedding of Role-Play Games in a Class for Japanese Language Proficiency: Towards a Unified View
  32. Disruptive Attributes and Women Consumers’ Attitude when Using Mobile Retailing
  33. Library patrons’ emotions after information retrieval: effects of perceived self-efficacy
  34. User Acceptance on Mobile Apps as an Effective Medium to Learn Kadazandusun Language
  35. Impact Student Engagement with Eco-Campus Environmental Activities and Green Initiatives
  36. Assessing Normative and Informational Influences on Students’ Opinion in Engaging Electronic Word of Mouth via Social Networking Sites
  37. Examination of Mobile Social Networking Service (SNS) Users' Loyalty
  38. Does religion influence consumers’ green food consumption? Some insights from Malaysia
  39. Students’ Perception of Engagement with Environmental Activities in Campus
  40. Customer Environmental Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty
  41. Consumption values and consumer environmental concern regarding green products
  42. Consumers’ environmental behaviour towards staying at a green hotel Moderating Effects
  43. Consumer Intention to Use Anti-Spyware Software:
  44. Dependency on Smartphones: An Analysis of Structural Equation Modelling
  45. Examining Factors Correlated with Consumer Online Shopping Behaviour
  46. Effects of Social Needs, Social Influences and Convenience on Smartphones Dependency
  47. Understanding consumer intention with respect to purchase and use of pirated software
  48. Employed Job Seekers Intentions to Use Social Networking Sites as a Job Search Tool
  49. An Investigation of E-Shopping Quality Determinants Among Students at a Higher Learning Institution
  50. A Comparison of Human Elements and Nonhuman Elements in Private Health Care Settings: Customers’ Perceptions and Expectations
  51. Internet shopping acceptance
  52. Mobile phone usage for m‐learning: comparing heavy and light mobile phone users
  53. A Study on Edutainment Framework for M-Learning
  54. Effects of Perceived Information Quality, Perceived System Quality, and Perceived Flow on Mobile Social Networking Sites (SNS) Users' Trust