ICSN

AcronymDefinition
ICSNIndo-China Steam Navigation Co. (shipping company)
ICSNIdaho Charter School Network
ICSNInternational Cancer Screening Network (National Cancer Institute)
ICSNInternational Center for Sports Nutrition (Omaha, NE)
ICSNInternational Conference on Survey Nonresponse (est. 1999)
ICSNInternational Contact Support Network (alien encounters)
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One of the earliest conceptualizations of CIT focuses on ICSN as a pathway to neighborhood belonging and civic engagement (Ball-Rokeach et al., 2001).
The goal is to identify individual-level church-based factors that contribute to Korean immigrants' communicative (ICSN) and social (neighborhood belonging) integration into their respective local communities.
Figure 1 illustrates the hypothesized church-based individual-level factors that contribute to Korean immigrants' communicative (ICSN) and social (neighborhood belonging) integration into their respective local communities.
The Worcester office receives containers of goods that arrive from ICSN manufacturing centers in Asia and distributes products to customers.
Thus, I focus on "science in action," studying the chemists' movements after their research at the ICSN. (6) Who were they, what did they study, and where did they work when they left the ICSN?
The first two co-directors of the ICSN, Maurice-Marie Janot (1903-1978) and Edgar Lederer (1908-1988), were cases in point.
From the beginning of the ICSN, all the researchers had connections to British or Swiss foreign teams; the doctoral students and the researchers regularly went abroad.
First, ICSN was calculated using the equation adapted from previous studies (Broad et al., 2014; Kim & Ball-Rokeach, 2006a).
ICSN (b = -.13, p = n.s.) did not predict neighborhood storytelling.
ICSN is theorized to be a useful tool in addressing "the quality of 'relationships' among communicative agents as a factor containing multiple dimensions such as access, scope, intensity, and centrality" (Kim & Ball-Rokeach, 2006b, p.
Integrated connection to a neighborhood storytelling network (ICSN), education, and chronic disease knowledge among African Americans and Latinos in Los Angeles.