The aim of the work is to study the accelerators of social initiatives as a specific social environment and the practice of experimental testing and development of innovative social entrepreneurship of youth. The orientation of the individual towards social entrepreneurship and the development of readiness for it can only partially be explained through the prospects of a future career.
In many ways, entrepreneurship is a way of personal development, empathy, social creativity. Social entrepreneurship is a form of social innovation activity that goes beyond the usual norms, which requires appropriate conditions. The created terms should take into account the current specifics of the young generation and the factors affecting the development of its social potential. The most important person ability of an individual is to overcome social uncertainty and create socially positive ideas as the basis of their personal and professional success
The created terms should take into account the current specifics of the young generation and the factors affecting the development of its social potential, taking into account the transforming influence of social institutions.
First of all, it is the ability to overcome social uncertainty and create socially positive ideas as the basis of their personal and professional success. As the most effective conditions that stimulate the activity and development of the individual is the possibility of choice and practical experimental testing of social creative ideas in the conditions of free choice.
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To cite this article: Starshinova, A., Chikova, E., Pankova, S., Lesina, L., & Shkurin, D. (2020, July). Innovative Social Entrepreneurship: Development of Youth Social Activity. In International Scientific Conference on Philosophy of Education, Law and Science in the Era of Globalization (PELSEG 2020) (pp. 354-357). Atlantis Press.
To link to this article: https://dx.doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200723.073
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