Technosocial Situations

“The new kind of social settings enabled through mobil communication that differ fundamentally from prior settings such as workplace, restaurant, face-to-face interaction, or landline telephony.” Mazuko Ito called “technosocial situations and settings” in her paper.

Social identity and practice are embedded in and contingent on particular social situations, including technosocial situations.

More and more, social orders are built through the hybrid relation between physically co-located and electronically mediated information systems.

Social order is continually being created and recreated. Why is important to concern about construction of social order? Identity is constructed and varies in situations.