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Concept of tipping point in frames of methodic of prevention of socio-cultural risks

A.V. Mayakova
80,00 Р

UDC 167/168

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.09-20.089    

 

A.V. Mayakova is Cand.Sci. (Philosophy), Scientific Researcher at South-West State University, Kursk Сity e-mail: berryannett@yandex.ru   

 

Discussed is the concept of tipping point, presented in detail in open research of “Policy of development: problems of the future” by German scientists under the leadership of S. Grimm and J. Schneider. Presented analytical paper attention of the author is being focused is on the concept and involvement of social tipping point in methodology for preventing socio-cultural risks.

Key words: risk, risk forecasting, concept of tipping point, social tipping point.

 

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