This paper examines the impact of the Estonian initiative and push for the implementation of the Once-Only Principle on a European Union level by engaging in an analysis framed within the theoretical frameworks of Michel Foucault, Daniel R. McCarthy and Hartmund Rosa, and will attempt to do so by synthesizing these theories’ notions of power and social acceleration.
The paper concludes that the OOP can be seen as a mechanism that reproduce and maintain cultural hegemony, and that this furthermore is both a result of, and a catalyst for social acceleration.
|Educations||Basic - International Bachelor Study Programme in Humanities, (Bachelor Programme) Bachelor|
|Publication date||19 Dec 2017|
|Number of pages||63|
|Supervisors||Tore Elias Harsløf Holst|