Technology and (Post-)Sociality in the Financial Market : a Re-Evaluation

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The article takes issue with recent influential work on the paradigmatic relevancy of technologically induced modes of communication and sociality on the financial markets. According to Karin Knorr Cetina and Urs Bruegger, the technological infrastructure of the global financial markets engenders novel forms of sociality and social integration: intersubjectivity with non-present others and (post)sociality with (imagined) objects. The article differentiates these hypotheses by way of con-fronting them with results from interviews conducted with financial market professionals such as asset managers and financial analysts. They reveal that financial professionals attribute the role of technology a varying meaning and engage in divergent technological practices depending on their market positionality: while, for instance, intraday traders report on an intimate and quasi-social relationship with the technologically institutionalized "object" of the market, equity analysts display a more distanced stance toward the market and attribute the technological nature of mass communication (especially the real-time circulation of information) paramount importance. In conclusion the paper calls for a nuanced and contextualized understanding of the impact of technology upon changing social relations.

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ISO 690LANGENOHL, Andreas, Kerstin SCHMIDT-BECK, 2007. Technology and (Post-)Sociality in the Financial Market : a Re-Evaluation. In: Science, Technology & Innovation Studies. 2007, 3(1), pp. 5-22
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@article{Langenohl2007Techn-3164,
  year={2007},
  title={Technology and (Post-)Sociality in the Financial Market : a Re-Evaluation},
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  volume={3},
  journal={Science, Technology & Innovation Studies},
  pages={5--22},
  author={Langenohl, Andreas and Schmidt-Beck, Kerstin}
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