Digital Era: Consumer behaviour has been changed from Mall to Mobile.

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This survey on Consumer behaviour is being conducted to collect information on how consumer behaviour has been changed in Digitalization.
This study is solely being conducted for research purposes and all responses will be kept strictly confidential. The analysis of the completed survey data will be conducted as a whole and not on the basis of the individual response.

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Participation in this survey is as per your choice, but we would appreciate it if you could spare some time and complete the survey. Your participation in this survey will be quite useful in my research work to understand the behaviour of customers.


Dr.Hayri Uygun
Recep Tayyip Erdogan University Rize Turkey



Rashmi Gujrati

Prof. Dr. Rashmi Gujrati , Professor-Dean (International Affairs) CT University, India President-Editor-In-Chief Tradepreneur Global Academic Platform, UK (Institution of Research & Development) Qualification: M.com, MBA, Ph.D. Specialization: Marketing, Finance & International Business, Entrepreneurship. Editor-In-Chief International Journal of Business Operation Editorial Board member of (IJEFMS) Science Publish Group, USA Editorial Board Member of Academic for Global Business Advancement Association, USA Reviewer of Common Ground Research Networks University of Illinois, USA Reviewer IBIMA Association, Spain Scientific Review Committee, Advisory Board Member of AASE Member Chung Yuan Christiana University, Taiwan Scientific Board Member of InTraders Academic Platform, Turkey Editorial Board Member of Journal of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Animal Sciences, Turkey Indian Commerce Association Indian Accounting Association Indian College Principals Association Review & Editorial Committee Board Member Laescuela Education Scientific Committee Member of Research Synergy Foundation (RSF) Indonesia Editorial & Review Committee member FSSER Malaysia Editorial & Review Committee member GI-SSF Malaysia +919759347347

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  1. There is no doubt that the digital revolution began to form before 2005 and was represented by the transition from mechanical technologies to digital technology, sometime between the early fifties and the late seventies of the twentieth century with the adoption and increase of digital computers and digital recording devices, this growth that continued to the present day. The credit for laying the foundations for digital transformation goes to Claude Shannon, the American mathematician at Bell Laboratories in his book “Mathematical. Theory of Communication” in 1984, which transformed the analogue digital technology revolution into a digital form that is currently used in operating computers and also contributed to the creation of the binary number ( bit).
    But the eighties of the twentieth century remain the period that was associated with the digital revolution in the minds of many of us, especially on a tangible level.
    The astonishing acceleration of the technology revolution has left a chasm between sociologists and law and the innovations in science themselves, and there is not enough time to provide an answer to a question that many of us may be asking ourselves today. What are the implications of these technological innovations being talked about for the future of work and life?
    To answer the question, we must first go back to the past, not far away but close to it. Forty years are enough to see how far humanity has progressed over four decades.

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