Crowdfunding – psychological conditioning

Karolina Sęczkowska

Abstrakt
Crowdfunding is a relatively new term; it’s a neologism that has been brought to live in 2006. The word itself is a blend of two terms: ‘crowd’ and ‘funding’ and the background for that term is connected with ‘crowdsourcing’. Crowdfunding use special platforms, web and online payments. The aim of the paper is mainly related to defining crowdfunding, describing models of crowdfunding and indicating some of psychological motivations and conditions to operate in crowdfunding realm. The analysis provides a clear picture of crowdfunding models and psychological motivations to crowdfunding. What is more, some of the recent researches and case studies will be presented to show some of the particular crowdfunding activities.
Słowa kluczowe: crowdfunding, Internet, motivation, psychology
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