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7 An alternative extreme view is provided by one (especially “high-church”) form of ethnomethodological perspective. For example, Button (1992) argues that the imposition of theoretical perspectives (in this case social constructivism) tends to lose sight of what is specific about the technology itself. 8 It is curious that, with few exceptions, work in science and technology studies, itself forming a powerful tradition in the social analyses of technology, has not yet been widely recognized as a resource for social studies of the Internet and of mobile technologies.
Thinking in terms of repertoires helps move the emphasis from user to communications manager. Within such choices technical qualities play a role, but the emphasis was on charting key important social processes and indicating the limits of choice – how choices are made within constraints. Finally, we looked at the dynamics of the elements in the repertoire, showing the types of influence that can lead to changes in the balance of practices. What the chapter has not done is to discuss the social consequences of that changing balance.