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New York, Hill and Young. Strebel, Ignaz. Based on literature on integrated technology and consumer behavior and the technological acceptance model for convergent structures, in addition to literature on justification for use, the acceptability and diffusion of the technology were assessed, as well as hedonic and utilitarian factors and social values relevant to the decision to use Google Glass.

This reveals how consumers decide to use Google Glass and the main consumption values for such wearable technology. The diverse information and data collected, based on discussions about the subject created from keywords regarding use, satisfaction, dissatisfaction, motivations and desires about the subject under study, enabled us to identify multiple user categories in this technological context.

At the moment of saturation — i. The results found according to the characteristics of participants of the studied social network demonstrate the theoretical validity of the approach used in this research.

Interests based on valuation perceptions Section: Based on the data collected and the method proposed, three categories and two subcategories of consumer behavior were found for Google Glass consumers. Fragments of the collected posts were used in each category and subcategory developed supported by literature and theories related to marketing and technological consumer behavior.

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Interpretations were made taking into account the previous literature regarding consumption values Kozinets, , , ; Arruda Filho et al. First, a brief explanation of the elements of each category, supported by literature, is presented. Then, example participant comments in discussions are provided, demonstrating the integration of members of the community in the category, which described the page number and line where the poster is presented at the database that was used.

Originally, comments were presented in English; to improve understanding for Brazilian readers, they were translated into Portuguese and later translated back into English for International readers. After presenting example comments, these are discussed in relation to the research topic and prior literature, leading to an interpretation of the decisions, values and choices of the consumers under study.

I love that. I have to stop once or twice every 10 minutes because of the people who become very excited to see Glass. It is clear from the comments above that these consumers enjoy Google Glass because of the social differentiation it gives them. During data collection, much about the product was mentioned in mass media channels, although acquiring it was not as easy as for several other technologies provided by Google e.

During the early stages of innovation diffusion several invitations were distributed, which acted as a prerequisite for users to obtain the technology — this was essentially a strategy to increase expectation and arouse curiosity regarding the product, promoting word of mouth Ahuja et al.

The sad reality, however, is that for each one of us that would smile and approve it, there are many people who would disapprove of and reject it. For people who use Glass every day, this may seem unimportant, but I really had to have a lot of willpower to overcome the embarrassment ….

Therefore, Google Glass faced compatibility issues regarding existing social values, which hindered diffusion of the innovation Alba and Hutchinson, ; Rogers, No one looks me in the eye.

Your eyes are facing the camera. I would say the number of people who understand what it is for just dropped by half or more. I have come to the conclusion that the metal rod itself is very strange not to be noticed.

To me, this seems a bit less clumsy and indiscreet than the standard version, which looks like a cybernetic tape. Thus, early adopters are responsible for deciding whether the technology will have a practical application, and, consequently, whether it is going to be a market success or failure Bass, ; Rogers, ; Godin, This category of consumers is subdivided into two types: enthusiasts and visionaries Godin, Enthusiasts are the first to adopt innovations.

They show entrepreneurial characteristics, such as low risk aversion and a tendency to make daring choices. They have more cosmopolitan characteristics, access more mass media and have great interaction through distinct social groups that are often disregarded by other members of the social system, but they play an important role as a gateway to concepts developed outside the system.

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We can shape how people will use technology in the future. I want to have fun with it and I have no ideas to develop apps for it recovering my money spent.

I want to give it a chance using it because I love the idea behind it.

I suspect the final version will be half the price, but I really cannot wait to play with it. When enthusiasts like technology, they receive the concept as a brilliant idea. However, conquering the market does not depend on this type of consumer alone, as their focus is not on its practical application Godin, ; Moore, Visionary consumers are more integrated into the social system than enthusiasts and are generally respected and part of the group of opinion makers.

By focusing more on local relationships, despite having cosmopolitan characteristics, they act as a link between agents of change for enthusiasts and others in the group, and they play a very important role in triggering or preventing the process of diffusion, reducing uncertainty and acting as approvers or innovators Rogers, ; Godin, ; Yaoyuneyong et al. The practical applications are almost nil, even for a technophile. The battery life is horrible.

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Castillo, Greg. The third element has to do with going beyond the liberal paradigm of citizenship, given that it transcends "demands for access, inclusion, participation, being part of an already existing political system" DAGNINO, , p.

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