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We report the results from a study investigating online shoppers' perceptions and evaluations of online social shopping design artifacts. To do so, we use the framework developed by Markus and Silver (2008) for studying information technology artifacts and their effects. Hence, we examine the functional affordances, i.e., the potential uses, and the symbolic expressions, i.e., the underlying message guiding use, of a set of four artifacts that shopper-generated content :1) lists of (favorite)doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.293 dblp:conf/hicss/GrangeB10 fatcat:6fg3cpkqnjfm5ay3fiqoztcbfq