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Veblen, Thorstein (1925) The Theory of the Leisure Class: An Economic Study of Institutions, London: George Allen & Unwin. Chapter 2 The circuit of technology Gender, identity and power Cynthia Cockburn The sociological understanding of technology has made great strides in the past two decades. One sign of this is the fact that today there is no need to begin an article about technology with a disclaimer of ‘technological determinism’. It is taken as given that technology is not a prime mover, that it is socially shaped, a suitable case for treatment by social science.
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The practice may differ as regards food and as regards consumer durables such as a microwave oven. Clearly it is difficult, if not obtuse, to attempt an understanding of technology in such a context without taking account of gender identities. It is not, however, as is sometimes The circuit of technology Gender, identity and power 37 supposed, only when women are present that gender exists. Studies of the introduction of new technology may sometimes seem to enter a world peopled entirely by men.