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Aurea Norma

Mascaro, Joakim LU (1998)
Abstract
The aim of this thesis was mainly to find out the conditions under which a modernisation of the standardisation process could realistically take place, in order to allow the inclusion of parameters that are currently ignored. The necessary balance between private interests and public good issues, and the need to take into the discussions leading to the adoption of standards, their generally heavy socio-economic consequences, are especially taken into consideration. The research is based on the consequences drawn from direct participation in the standardisation process, mainly in Brussels, but the broad scope chosen allows for not more than a very general discussion on the ways new stake-holders could participate, within the frame of a new... (More)
The aim of this thesis was mainly to find out the conditions under which a modernisation of the standardisation process could realistically take place, in order to allow the inclusion of parameters that are currently ignored. The necessary balance between private interests and public good issues, and the need to take into the discussions leading to the adoption of standards, their generally heavy socio-economic consequences, are especially taken into consideration. The research is based on the consequences drawn from direct participation in the standardisation process, mainly in Brussels, but the broad scope chosen allows for not more than a very general discussion on the ways new stake-holders could participate, within the frame of a new institutional setting, in order to allow it to include social, political, cultural and ethical dimensions, considered today crucial. (Less)
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  • Prof. Ferrari, Vincenzo
organization
publishing date
type
Thesis
publication status
published
subject
keywords
Sociologi, Standards, Sociology, regulatory frame work
pages
141 pages
publisher
Department of Sociology, Lund University
defense location
Carolinasalen, Lunds universitet
defense date
1998-06-09 10:15
language
English
LU publication?
yes
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5a6d2e8f-4bbd-4a31-89ea-1083641b79ab (old id 18967)
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2007-05-25 11:17:52
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  title        = {Aurea Norma},
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