Published in the "Inside Technology" series edited by Wiebe Bijker, Bernard Carlson, and Trevor Pinch, Fighting Traffic starts from central tenets of the social construction of technology (SCOT): symmetrical consideration of alternative constructions of technical artifacts, interpretive flexibility, relevant social groups, technological frames, closure, and stabilization.
What does SCOT stand for?
SCOT stands for Social Construction of Technology
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We have 25 other meanings of SCOT in our Acronym Attic
- Satellite Communications Onboard Terminal
- Schéma de Cohérence Territoriale (French municipal planning document)
- Scotland or Scottish
- Sealed Chips on Tape
- Seria Crude Oil Terminal
- Service Call on Time
- Shell Claus Off-Gas Treating (oil refining)
- Ship Control Operator
- Simulation of COrridor Traffic
- Single Channel Objective Terminal
- Southwinds Church of Tracy (Tracy, CA, USA)
- Standing Committee on Transport (Canadian Parliament)
- Standing Committee on Treaties (Australia)
- Steering Committee on Telecommunications
- UK Naval Shipborne SATCOM Terminal
- South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association
- Sub-Commission for Tephrochronology and Volcanism (International Union for Quaternary Research)
- Scottish Baccalaureate
- Scottish Credit Accumulation and Transfer
- Spewed Coke On The Computer Screen
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The organizing principle for this project is a combination of the modern approach known as the social construction of technology and a more traditional focus on those technological developments that became historical winners.