Does Social Networking Substitute for or Stimulate Teenagers’ Travel? Findings from a Latent Class Model.
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The aim of this paper is to investigate and quantify the influence of various social networking (SN) usage styles on adolescents’ travel behavior. For this purpose a latent class model is developed, which incorporates SN usage styles as higher-level individual orientations influencing the number of trips made for social purposes. The latent class model consists of two parts: 1. The class membership model, which links the latent SN usage styles to socio-demographic variables; and 2. the classspe...
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