Operation Management of Chinese Dance Application

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Xia Li
Wasin Phromphithakkul

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The dance application is an important product that coincides with the rapid development of the Internet in the past few years and the number of users has increased dramatically. In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the form of dance heritage below the line was greatly restricted, especially in school education, which was commonly taught online. As a result of this situation, the rapid development of dance applications was made. This paper was quantitative research. A research hypothesis on user satisfaction and loyalty to Chinese dance applications was presented with questionnaire formulation, data acquisition, and validation. In this regard, it was intended as a reference for the development of sustainable dance applications.

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Li, X., & Phromphithakkul, W. (2022). Operation Management of Chinese Dance Application. วารสารนวัตกรรมการศึกษาและการวิจัย, 6(3), 823–835. https://doi.org/10.14456/jeir.2022.17
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