Subject: Hofstede | Education (General) | website | Information technology | culture | T58.5-58.64 | design | L7-991 | Hall
This study aims to explore the local cultural values on Malaysian and British websites selected from different sectors. In recent years, a number of studies have addressed the issue of local culture in website design, but most of the studies have focused on USA represen... View more
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