Structuration theory is an extension of some ideas originally proposed by Anthony Giddens, especially in his 1984 book The Constitution of Society, which addresses the fascinating question of how society is structured-and indeed perpetually restructured. For well over three decades, this prolific scholar has advanced, elaborated, and diligently defended a unique conception of how social structures get constituted in day-to-day actions and interactions. Originally, he sought to explain the relationship between the individual and society (Giddens, 1984). Do individuals control social structures through acts of leadership and agency, he wondered, or are they largely passive receivers of social control (Conrad & Haynes, 2001)? This very issue is, of course, central to a study like our own. Do individuals have a determining role in the selection and use of their ICTs, or do cultural preferences select technology?