Social constructivism is a theory of knowledge that looks carefully into the inner workings of real technologies and their hostories to see what is actually taking place.
Social constructivism is a sociological theory of knowledge that considers how social phenomena, like technology develops in social contexts.
Social constructivism involves explaining how technologies arise, how they are shaped through various kinds of social interaction.
They totally disreagrd the notion of society. They base their knowledge on little technological understanding. Their approach only looks at social actors on a basic level.
They totally disregard the social consequences of technical choice. The field of study narrowly focuses on what they deem to be relevant social groups. They fail to see more deeply seated processes in society and lack an evaluative stance.
They are too concerned with the social implications around technology and not the technology itself. They are not concerned with the social choices groups make. They make sweeping remarks about technological progression.