SCO

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AcronymDefinition
SCOSanta Cruz Operation
SCOScotland
SCOShanghai Cooperation Organization
SCOSwiss Cooperation Office (various locations)
SCOStrategic Capabilities Office (US DoD)
SCOState Controller’s Office
SCOScottish Chamber Orchestra (UK)
SCOServizio Centrale Operativo (Italian: Central Operational Service)
SCOShop cum Office (real estate; India)
SCOSteel Can Opener (appliance)
SCOService Civique Obligatoire (French: Mandatory Civic Service)
SCOSynchronous Connection Oriented Link
SCOScore File
SCOSet Synchronous Connection Oriented
SCOSt. Christopher Ottilie (New York)
SCOSynthetic Crude Oil
SCOSharable Content Object
SCOState Coordinating Officer (FEMA)
SCOSpecial Counsel's Office (US DOJ)
SCOSecond Chance Offer (bids)
SCOSenior Care Options
SCOSystem Center Online (Microsoft)
SCOSenior Commercial Officer (US foreign service)
SCOSupply Chain Optimization
SCOSquadron Commander
SCOSchool Community Organization (various locations)
SCOSynchronous Connection-Oriented Link (Bluetooth)
SCOSenior Contracting Official (US Army)
SCOSecond Class Object (computing)
SCOSelf Check Out
SCOSurface Contaminated Object
SCOSertoli Cell-Only
SCOSocial Change Organization
SCOSt. Charles Operations (petrochemical manufacturing; Louisiana)
SCOSpecial Communication Organization (Pakistan)
SCOScreening Coordination Office (US FEMA)
SCOSporting Club de l'Ouest (Angers, France soccer club)
SCOSenior Credit Officer (banking)
SCOState Classification Office (various states)
SCOSpecial Compliance Officer (International Traffic in Arms Regulations)
SCOShow Cause Order (legal summons)
SCOSupracondylar Femur Osteotomies
SCOSpaceCowboy Online (online gaming)
SCOSouthern Cycling Operations
SCOSeasonal Conservation Officer (law enforcement)
SCOSales Contracting Officer
SCOSport Compact Only (various locations)
SCOSaskatchewan College of Opticians (Canada)
SCOSenior Correctional Officer (Australia)
SCOSystems Control Officer
SCOSenior Civilian Official
SCOSenior Court Officer
SCOSuccessor Contracting Officer
SCOService Certifying Organization
SCOSafety Code Officer
SCOScholarship Coordination Office
SCOSoft Corporate Offer
SCOSub-Control Office
SCOSummary Court Officer
SCOSecondary Control Officer
SCOSpecialist Coalition of Ontario
SCOSupreme Court of Ontario
SCOSociété Canadienne d'Ophthalmologie (Canadian Ophthalmological Society)
SCOSystem Control Officer
SCOSelf-Consistent Orbital
SCOSafety Condition for Operation
SCOSenior Canadian Officer (Canada)
SCOSub-Carrier Oscillator
SCOSearchlight Control Officer
SCOSelective Contingency Options
SCOState Cleanup Order
SCOSingle-Cell Optimum
SCOSignals Communications Officer
SCOstructure-conduct-outcomes
SCOSystem/Secondary Control Officer
SCOSystems Compliance Officer (various companies)
SCOStatistical Control Office
SCOShipboard-Controlled Intercept
SCOSpace Control Officer
SCOSocial Compliance Officer (human resources)
SCOScope Change Operator
SCOSanta Cruz Observatory (Spain)
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The scarcity of attentional resources is an age-old problem for social change organizations. Thrall, Stecula, and Sweet (2014) found that social media have done little to ameliorate that problem.
Incorporating the teaching of multimethod courses into the first-year program will better prepare students to cope with the potential challenges and complexities that they may encounter during their field training in regular social welfare agencies as well as in social change organizations, by providing them with the theoretical knowledge and skills necessary to engage in both micro and macro practice.
An enduring question in the study of social movements is the extent to which social change organizations are able to live up to the democratic ideals they advocate in their internal organizational operations.
They are contributing to what Margaret Adams (1971) calls the "compassion trap," in which women feel they exist to serve others, which traps women in low paid "helping professions." Conversely, activist learning projects place students in social change organizations through which students assertively challenge inequality and oppression.
We must not only ask for input but accept leadership from people of color--not merely recruit into our organizations but build alliances with organizations of color, and--again--see leadership of color and substantial numbers of people of color among the "rank & file" of our formerly mostly white, social change organizations.
The results of tomorrow's municipal elections will show to what extent social change organizations in Israel succeeded in placing the issues of gender, environment, and society on the municipal agenda.
Organizers should conduct research oriented toward finding out how community organization values, ethics, knowledge, and skills are transmitted to workers in agency settings and in social change organizations.
Addressing these sorts of issues has traditionally been beyond the scope of the SRI community--and understandably so, given such issues tend to be better suited to think tanks and grassroots social change organizations. Yet, if the SRI industry hopes to truly live up to its promise, in some fashion, it needs to work on the big picture, perhaps working in conjunction with nonprofit groups that can focus on system design issues.
Francis Calpotura spent the first six months of 2002 visiting social change organizations in the Philippines to investigate the impact of globalization on progressive movement infrastructure.
Prominent on the site are links to social change organizations, such as the World Social Forum (www.forumsocialmundial.org.br), Anti-Capitalist Convergence (www.abolishthebank.org), the Rainforest Action Network (www.ran.org), and Working for Change (www.
The reader will learn a few things about many topics, for example, how sensemaking is relevant to global change organizations, types of leadership in global social change organizations, motivational forces among those who dedicate their time and energy to global change issues, social capital in global change organizations, organizing in the absence of authority, values of global change organizations, multi-voiced cooperation, and cooperative strategies in the business sector, to name a few.
211), transnational social change organizations and networks allow participants to exchange ideas and experiences, develop new interpretations of shared problems, and formulate alternatives for advancing common goals.