The term ‘Social
Construction of Technology’ loosely mentions a theory of various types of
societal elements and factors mould
& frame technological growth and transformation, and the implications
related to technology. Narrowly, the expression refers to a particular record
of the social construction of technology; the abbreviation ‘SCOT’ is used to
refer to this variant of the wider theory (Pinch and Bijker, 1987). In
Accordance to Ronald Kline and Trevor Pinch (1999), Social Construction of Technology
utilizes the concepts of Relevant Social Groups(RSGs), Interpretive
Flexibility, Closure and Stabilization.