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What cries out for investigation is the politics of the innovation process itself. A process that involves “a politics engaged in by participants—individuals as well as institutions … It is, finally, a politics deeply embedded not just within the institutions that design and distribute technologies and services, but within the technology itself … containing and constraining behavior, and embodying … both the normative and the seductive” (Silverstone and Mansell 1996: 213). And crucially, “the structuring of our symbolic environments which these technologies uniquely undertake is an activity which still has to be managed: accepted, rejected, transcended, or transformed” (Silverstone and Mansell 1996: 219).