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In this article we propose a re-reading and a re-interpretation of subjectivation processes which underlie the forms of relationship, identity construction and socialization. Our main goal is to unproblematize the relationships between people and ICT and between people through ICT. In this respect, we do not consider that consumption of ICT impact us and damages or affects us due to their harmful effects, but as a continuous process between "on" and "off line" situations; a process of renegotiation and redefinition of our sociotechnical environment and our subjectivity. This process involves significant changes in norms, ways of thinking, doing and feeling. These changes in the way of relating to others and to ourselves, are situations for interrogation, not problems to avoid.
Palabras clave : technologies of relationship; ICT comsumption; subjectivity; technologial determinism; critical social psychology.