Theoretical pluralism The second feature of the conceptual framework (Table 1) is theoretical pluralism, as it has been influenced by three theoretical perspectives: contextualism, social shaping of technology and structurationist view of technology.
What does SSOT stand for?
SSOT stands for Social Shaping of Technology
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We have 10 other meanings of SSOT in our Acronym Attic
- Single Source of Supply
- Solid State Organ Systems (Virginia and Pennsylvania)
- Sustainable Stand-Off Security
- Symphonic Soul of the South (Southern HS Marching Band)
- Special Sex Offender Sentencing Alternative (Washington)
- Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in A Cave and Grooving with A Pict (Pink Floyd song)
- Seventh Son of the Seventh Son (Iron Maiden album)
- Secret Society of Super-Villains (DC Comics)
- Single Source of Truth (data modeling)
- Single Stage to Orbit
- Sports Stars of Tomorrow (TV show)
- State Sponsors of Terrorism (designation; US Department of State)
- Stay Safe Out There
- Summit Supports Our Troops (Summit, New Jersey)
- Siren Song of the Counter Culture (Rise Against album)
- Shamrocks Sites of the Day
- Short Story of the Day
- Saddle Sore of the Month (bicycling)
- Safety Shut-Off Valve
- Secret Society of Vegans (UK)
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As thoughts such as these considered the intertwined nature of society and technology, they contained nascent kernels of the field that would come to be STS As an observable and distinguishable area of inquiry, STS "began" as two independent fields with split foci of theory and object--Sociology of Scientific Knowledge (SSK) and the Social Shaping of Technology (SST), respectively.