How this trend will impact individuals, private and public organizations, and society as a whole is still unknown, and depends largely on how individual consumers choose to adopt and use these technologies.
To do so, I theoretically and empirically examine the pursuit, experience, and perception of passion.
This dissertation took its initial shape when my review of the passion literature revealed two key gaps.
Incentives are fundamental and often powerful motivators of human behavior.
Considerable research has focused on financial rewards as a tool to encourage “good” decisions.