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Identification and forecasting of socio-cultural risks of modern anthropotech-nosphere

A.V. Mayakova
80,00 ₽


UDC 167.7  


A.V. Mayakova is Cand.Sci. (Philosphy), scientific researcher at South-West State University e-mail: BerryAnnett    


Presented is methodology of risk management in refraction of the complex approach as a modern relevant tool for determining, identifying, analyzing, managing and predicting socio-cultural risks of modern anthropotechnosphere. The author also proposes the concept of transposing the concept of socio-cultural risk in the field of complexity in order to determine possibility of using this methodology for the study of socio-cultural risks, as well as to identifying specific features of this concept in complex interpretation.

Key words: risk, socio-cultural risk, risk management, complexity approach, anthropotechnosphere.



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