Our research methodology requires gathering relevant data from the specified documents in order to analyze the material and arrive at more complete understanding research.
Data collection consists of surveys and direct questions to multiple people practiced the field. Initially, a survey's aim is to measure e-commerce effects, trust, privacy, purpose and preferences. The goal was to distribute 50 surveys which embody a range of identity positions and who come from different colleges. Students were ranging from 18 to 24.
Multiple interviews were planned with participants in e-commerce fields to get more in-depth data collection and opportunity to follow up but unfortunately we failed in this task because we couldn't find an appropriate time for both of us, instead of that we sent some e-mails to website's owners and they were cooperative, we got several responses that helped us to understand the subject.