CPE

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AcronymDefinition
CPECustomer Premise Equipment (telecommunications provisioning)
CPECustomer Premises Equipment (home telecommunicatons equipment)
CPEContinuing Professional Education
CPEClinical Pastoral Education
CPECertificate of Proficiency in English (Cambridge ESOL exam)
CPECape
CPEConseiller Principal d'Éducation (French: Principal Educational Advisor)
CPEComputer Engineering
CPECouncil on Postsecondary Education
CPEContrat Première Embauche (French: contract first engages)
CPEContinuing Pharmacy Education
CPECentre de Promotion des Entreprises (French: Business Promotion Center)
CPEChlorinated Polyethylene (cable jacket)
CPECompatibility and Power Electronics (workshop)
CPECytopathic Effect
CPECommon Platform Enumeration (MITRE Corporation)
CPECentre de La Petite Enfance (French: kindergarten)
CPEConseil Permanent des Écrivains (French: Permanent Council of Writers)
CPEComparative Political Economy (various organizations)
CPEChampion Power Equipment (Santa Fe Springs, CA)
CPECouncil for Private Education (Singapore)
CPECustomer Premise Equipment
CPECreate Parity Error
CPEController Processor Electronics
CPEControl Processing Equipment
CPEContinued Professional Education
CPECall if Parity Even
CPECooperative Process Oriented Environment
CPECytoplasmic Polyadenylation Element (RNA)
CPECoordination Paysanne Européenne
CPEChimie Physique Electronique
CPECollege Park Elementary (various locations)
CPEColumbia Pictures Entertainment
CPECommon Professional Examination (UK)
CPECustomer Provided Equipment
CPECertified Professional Ergonomist (BCPE)
CPECorporate and Professional Education (various organizations)
CPEContrat de Première Embauche
CPECentre de Perfectionnement des Entreprises (French: Business Development Center)
CPECustomer & Partner Experience (Microsoft)
CPECUNY Proficiency Exam
CPEChemical and Process Engineering
CPECertified Professional Estimator
CPECertified Professional Electrologist
CPECoalition for Public Education (various organizations)
CPECoastal Planning & Engineering (various locations)
CPECorrugated Polyethylene Pipe
CPECertified Physician Executive (American College of Physician Executives)
CPECentre Populaire d'Enseignement (French: Popular Education Center)
CPEClinical Performance Evaluation (various universities)
CPEComputer Performance Evaluation
CPEConditions Particulières d'Emploi (French: Specific Conditions of Employment)
CPECertified Plant Engineer
CPEComplete Physical Examination (also seen as CPX)
CPECertificate for Primary Education (various locations)
CPEContrat d'Études Prospectives (French: Contract for Prospective Studies)
CPEConcept Partenaire Entreprises (French: Business Partner Concept)
CPEComprehensive Physical Examination (medical care)
CPECentre for Protein Engineering
CPEContrato del Primer Empleo (Spanish)
CPECenter for Popular Economics
CPEContractors' Plant and Equipment Insurance
CPEContributions to Political Economy
CPECenter for Parent Education
CPECommon Phase Error
CPECentre for Program Evaluation
CPECentral Processing Element
CPEContractor Performance Evaluation
CPEClinical Proficiency Examination
CPECollective Protection Equipment
CPECover Page Editor
CPECommission de Politique Exterieure
CPEChinese Pidgin English (SIL code, Nauru)
CPECorrugated Polyethylene
CPECentre de Psychologie Économique (French: Economic Psychology Center)
CPECollège Pratique d'Ethnobotanique (French: Practical Ethnobotany College)
CPECampeche International Airport (airport code, Mexico)
CPEContingency Planning Exchange, Inc.
CPECountry Programme Evaluation (various locations)
CPECampaign to Promote Engineering
CPECritical Political Economy
CPECircular Probable Error
CPECollege Preparatory English
CPECurrent Product Engineering
CPECenter for Protein Engineering
CPEContact Point Embassy (NATO)
CPECharged Particle Equilibrium
CPECenter for Popular Education
CPECenter for Petroleum Engineering
CPEConfederation of Polish Employers (Poland)
CPECycles Per Element
CPECommunications, Participation and Education (program)
CPEConsumer Products Enterprises, Inc.
CPECentral Processing Equipment
CPECanine Performance Event
CPEChemical Potential Energy
CPECalifornia Power Exchange
CPEClinical Perfusion Education
CPEChannel Parameter Estimation
CPEContinence Product Evaluation
CPEChief Program Engineer
CPECoupe Progressive d'Ensemencement (French: Shelterwood Seeding; timber management)
CPECatalytic Process Engineering
CPECertified Professional Editor (Editors' Association of Canada)
CPECommander's Predictive Environment
CPEComprehensive Provincial Examination
CPECoolest Person Ever
CPECertified Process Engineer
CPECritical Process Equipment (a pressurized vessel in which the fundamental chemico-physical reaction takes place)
CPECounseling and Psychology in Education
CPEChange Package Engineer (NASA)
CPEConsumer Provided Equipment
CPEContinued Proficiency Endorsement
CPEContinuous Particle Electrophoresis
CPEComunitat Política Europea
CPECaring for People in Everyway
CPEConstruct Protect Engineering (Belgium)
CPEComité Permanant sur l'Éthique (Canada)
CPEClaims Per Employee (insurance)
CPECarrier Phase Estimator
CPECTAS Processing Equipment (HWCI)
CPECentres for the Promotion of Entrepreneurship (Israel)
CPECompanion Pet Enterprises
CPECritical Program Error
CPECommand Post Equipment (SCTIS terminal)
CPECloud Processing Equipment
CPEChannel Processing Element (mainframes)
CPECapacity Performance Engineering
CPECore Physical Education (academics)
CPECoulomb Wave-Plane Wave Description with Effective Screening
CPECorporate Platform Expansion
CPEContinuous-Phase Encoder/Encoding
CPECentrally Procured Equipment
CPECentral Programmer & Evaluator
CPEConventional Planning & Execution
CPECertified Principal Engineer
CPECytosoluble Protein Extract (immunology)
CPECoastal Projects Engineer
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In relation to this critical political economy of the attention economy, communication policy can be seen as a key aspect of what might be termed a class struggle for communicative power.
We hope that this collection of articles will contribute to a better understanding of these phenomena and their interrelations, in addition to the capacity to have an impact, from a critical political economy perspective, on the development and implementation of economic, social, and public policies that are able to meet the enormous future challenges that both processes pose for the model of European construction, on the part of both European institutions and the various nation-states within Europe.
1) shows how the answers to these questions radically differ by ideological and theoretical perspective--primarily, modernization theory, critical political economy and new institutional economics (rooted in rational choice theory).
The relevance of critical political economy has also been challenged by some cultural studies theorists, (3) who have criticised the theory for determinism.
To put into perspective this belief in technology as a neutral tool and as a means to leapfrog, it is useful to look at critical political economy strands in communication studies.
There are sections on: What is globalisation?; Why study internationally comparative employment relations?; What and how to compare?; Interpreting changing patterns of ER (using the Industrial Relations system; collective bargaining; decentalisation of bargaining); Controversies about convergence (modified convergence; late development); Towards Divergence?; Convergence and Divergence Reconsidered; Converging Divergencies; A Critical Political Economy Perspective; How Does Globalisation Influence National Patterns of ER?
It establishes a role for critical political economy to the sociological understanding of globalisation, postmodernity and the nation-state.
As I compare the theories described in this volume, one of the things that strikes me as interesting is that critical political economy, as it is so appealingly described by Anthony Giles and Gregor Murray, appears to have some important things in common with two of the longtime nemeses of the Marxist thought in which it is rooted.
While working with the core assumptions of the Marxist tradition in critical political economy, Harrison attributes considerable force to political culture and ideology, and he treats organizational factors seriously.
Marx, however, refined and corrected this extensive body of critical political economy and produced the theory of surplus value.
This type of analysis is constitutive of McChesney's dialectical approach to critical political economy, which entails (1) sketching the timelines and implications of entrenched monopoly capitalism in the United States, (2) recovering key moments of disruption and contradiction in those processes, and (3) offering pathways for immediate political mobilization and long term social change.
Business Journalism: A Critical Political Economy Approach