CSOC

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CSOCCrossroads of Chaos (Yu-Gi-Oh card game)
CSOCCyber Security Operations Centre (Government Communications Headquarters; Cheltenham, UK)
CSOCCounty Sheriffs of Colorado
CSOCConsolidated Space Operations Contract
CSOCConfigurable System on Chip (microelectronics)
CSOCConsolidated Space Operations Center
CSOCCapital Stewardship Organizational Capability (Chevron)
CSOCComparative Sociology (University of Puget Sound)
CSOCCoast Station Operators Certificate (UK)
CSOCCustomer Service Operations Center
CSOCConvolutional Self-Orthogonal Codes
CSOCCivilian Support Orientation Course
CSOCConsolidated Security Operations Center
CSOCCombined Space Operations Contract
CSOCComputers Overclocked (website)
CSOCCommunications-Computer Systems Staff Officer Course
CSOCCoast Station Operators Course
CSOCCustomer Support Operation Center
CSOCCedars-Sinai Ovarian Carcinomas
CSOCCombat Support Operations Course
CSOCCanton Special Operations Command (gaming)
CSOCCritical Systems Operation Center
CSOCComptroller Staff Officer Course
CSOCContractor Statement of Compliance
CSOCCheirological Society of Great Britain (UK)
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For example, according to the viewpoint of Neutrosophy, if "comparative literature" is considered as the concept <A>, the opposite <Anti-A> may be: "noncomparative literature" (such as comparative sociology, comparative jurisprudence, and so on); while the neutral (middle state) fields <Neut-A> including: "undetermined comparative literature" (neither "comparative literature", nor "non-comparative literature"; or, sometimes it is "comparative literature", and sometimes it is "non-comparative literature; and so on".
Methodologically, the study of these mechanisms pushes us toward a historical and comparative sociology.
of Tokyo) analyzes Japan's credential society from a comparative sociology and comparative history perspective, with a focus on the historical process through which the Japanese structure of education and social selection was formed before WWII.
Much comparative sociology involves very grand comparisons, even grander conclusions, but very slender evidence.
This volume collects 12 papers from the journal Comparative Sociology taken from the period 2002-2007.
For those concerned with macro and comparative sociology, Orientalism, Postmodernism, and Globalism invites a self-reflexivity which does not permit sociologists to ignore their place as intellectuals in a global context.
From the perspective of historical comparative sociology, they contribute to investigations of European integration and to theoretical debates around regional and territorial cleavages within Europe.
This is the second of three volumes on the comparative sociology of legal professions.
This is the last of three volumes on the comparative sociology of legal professions.
presents an introduction to the comparative sociology of race and ethnicity.
Analytical frameworks include comparative sociology, moral philosophy, and critical theory.
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