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Introduction. Currently, the number of functions performed by humans is gradually decreasing. Anthropotechnosis is a system of relations, which is aimed at the production of objects of technology, and not at the reproduction of a person. Due to the unity of the laws of developing goal-oriented systems of activity, the laws that work in describing biological and social systems can be extended to anthropotechnocenoses.

Materials and methods. A mathematical model of the Hardy-Weinberg law is used, which is implemented in biology to describe the crossing of individuals of two different species.

Results. As the proportion of objects of technology increases (the formation of the anthropotechnocenosis), the proportion of social units decreases, and the frequency of interaction between them increases. The drop in the frequency of interaction is due to the fact that the number and role composition of the subjects of the relationship “human-object of technology” changes. There is a gradual transfer of functions to objects of technology that were previously performed by a person. In the “ideal case”, technology completely replaces a person. The model points to a very clear reason for the cyclical nature: the development of human ↔ operator relations.

Discussion. The Hardy-Weinberg law, adapted to the description of anthropotechnocenoses, allows rethinking the dynamics of Kondratyev’s cycles through the interaction of people and objects of technology. The obtained results can be used to receive basic data for a new scientific discipline – anthropotechnosociology.

Keywords: anthropotechnocenosis, Hardy-Weinberg law, technocenosis, goal-oriented activity

For citation: Sosnin, E. A. (2021). Application of the Hardy-Weinberg law in the theory of social management. Economic consultant, 34 (2), 4-12. doi: 10.46224/ecoc.2021.2.1


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Eduard A. Sosnin (Russian Federation, Tomsk) – Doctor in Physics and Mathematics, Professor of Innovation Management Faculty. Tomsk State University. E-mail: badik@loi.hcei.tsc.ru. Scopus ID: 7003325632. ReseacherID: L-8069-2019

Received: Jan 24, 2021 | Accepted: Apr 21, 2021 | Published: Jun 1, 2021
Editor: Viktor Tsvetkov, Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering, Electronics and Automation, RUSSIA.
Copyright: © 2021 Sosnin, E. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist.