human value

Self-control

Related Problems:
Floods
Insufficient pest control
Abusive control of wild animal populations
Foreign control
Inadequate government control of military
Inadequate control of weapons of mass destruction
Monetarism
Health hazards of oral contraceptives
Hierarchical control of market facilities
Misleading endorsement advertising
Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Inadequate drug control
Health hazards of artificial birth control
Prohibitive cost of crop treatment
Untested use of hormones
Inadequate management of government finances
Mistrust of birth control
Sexual discrimination in contraceptive methods
Inadequacy of pain control
Neighbourhood control by criminals
Elitist control of construction technology
Ataxia
Intermittent explosive disorder
Opposition to population control and family planning
Birth control misinformation
Inadequate testing of drugs
Prohibitive cost of contraceptives
Undeveloped jungle pest control
Abdication of control by company directors
Abnormal blood pressure
Underutilization of biocontrol
Substance abuse during control of complex equipment
Inadequate traffic control
Inadequate health control
Undue industrial control
Covert transfer of strategic technology
Elitist control of production
Irresponsible private control of communications mass media
Fear of losing control
Inadequate budgetary coordination within the United Nations systems
Conspiracies for societal control
Inadequate drought control
Urinary incontinence
Restrictive transnational corporation control of bulk shipping
Inadequate weed control
Excessive control of raw materials markets by transnational corporations
Unquestioned control by economic forces
Limited control of environment by local communities
Excessive government control
Excessive state control of communications mass media
Inhumane methods of riot control
Social dictatorship
Inadequate control of development projects
Inadequate riot control
Surrendered control of marketing systems
Undue military influence
Unenforced animal control
Vulnerability of nuclear defence control systems
Denial of right of family planning
Lack of control
Unpractised dust control
Middleman control of rural marketing
Dependence on costly trading intermediaries
Trade in products for chemical warfare
Unfamiliarity with erosion control methods
Patent abuse
Failure of disarmament and arms control efforts
Birth prevention
Discredited moneyed hereditary class
Lack of integrated pollution control
Lack of financial control
Inadequate insurance against pregnancy
Control of national economic sectors by transnational enterprises
Abuse of sedation for behaviour modification
Unchecked crab damage to crops
Abdication of government ministerial control
Lack of legislative control on advertising
Inadequate motorcycle control
Costly international market organizations
Prohibitive cost of animal disease control
Local control of resources
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Restrictive control of marketing and distribution channels by transnational corporations
Parental domination of children's thinking
Information overload during control of complex equipment
Inadequate participation in the control of joint venture
Excessive computer control of social processes
Monopoly of the media
Loss of traditional forms of social security
Totalitarianism
Bias in selection of political candidates
Ineffective population control
Inadequate disease vector control
Undue control of prices by intermediaries
Human fatigue during control of complex equipment
Undue control of industries and sectors by transnational corporations
Inadequate control of animal diseases
Faecal incontinence
Animal pests
Government opposition to population control
Excessive job control
Strategies:
Advancing contraceptive technology
Advancing conflict resolution
Subsidizing pollution control
Constructing check dams
Using biological pest control
Publicizing family planning methods
Promoting natural family planning
Promoting contraceptive use
Using abortion for population control
Strengthening capacity to control communicable diseases
Using hierarchical principle of control
Applying value analysis
Controlling human induced coastal erosion
Incorporating health risks analysis in national pollution control programmes
Developing air pollution control technology for urban industry and transportation
Improving pollution control for offshore platforms
Facilitating training about transboundary air pollution control
Assessing financing to reduce health risks from environmental pollution and hazards
Undertaking intersectoral research on pollution control
Undertaking intersectoral research on pollution control
Using control systems
Exercising societal control
Expanding research and methodologies to control communicable diseases
Adapting indigenous pest control knowledge
Undertaking flood management
Increasing awareness of population control
Improving national quality control for seafood
Clean pollution control technologies for Industry
Providing intersectoral training on prevention and control of communicable diseases
Providing intersectoral training on prevention and control of communicable diseases
Identifying oil and chemical spill control measures for emergencies in developing countries
Improving water pollution control capacities in large cities
Supporting new markets for pollution control
Improving technology to control communicable diseases
Strengthening programmes to control sewage discharge
Developing national strategies for the integrated control of communicable diseases
Controlling
Developing effective biological control agents against disease transmitting vectors
Using root zone wastewater treatment
Providing guidance on control technology for marine pollution from land-based sources
Facilitating transfer of marine pollution control technology to developing countries
Strengthening regional cooperation on transboundary air pollution control
Increasing activity of transnational corporations
Enabling local control of mass media
Assessing costs and financing to control communicable diseases
Strengthening intersectoral cooperation to control communicable diseases
Facilitating access of developing countries to pollution control knowledge and technologies
Developing human resources to control communicable diseases
Developing water pollution control technologies
Carrying out intervention studies for communicable disease control
Intensifying research on mitigation and control of tropical diseases
Combatting mind control
Providing technical assistance for control of communicable disease
Supporting national programmes to monitor and control hazardous wastes
Empowering pollution control agencies
Using traditional methods for water pollution control
Improving training on prevention and control of hazardous waste health risks
Training for economic control
Undertaking environmental management measures to control disease vectors
Assessing effects of climate change on freshwater resources and flood control
Ensuring effective firearms control
Strengthening national food control
Assessing costs and financing to control AIDS
Protecting industry to maintain jobs
Expanding laws to control spills in water
Developing technologies to control transboundary air pollution
Eliminating weapons of mass destruction
Improving information systems for safety control
Developing government/industry covenants to control transboundary air pollution
Reducing foreign control
Developing national policy to control transboundary air pollution
Promoting research and development in transboundary air pollution control
Developing national strategies to control transboundary air pollution
Imposing voluntary system of cryptography
Developing government/industry voluntary agreements to control transboundary air pollution
Raising public awareness of water-related disease control
Exchanging information on control technologies for transboundary air pollution
Publishing targets for water-related disease control
Applying pollution control measures to nitrogen oxide emissions
Increasing industrial cooperation to control transboundary water pollution
Reporting achievement of targets for water-related disease control
Providing information about national strategies to control transboundary air pollution
Formulating future control strategies for transboundary air pollution
Implementing targets for water-related disease control
Training in pollution control, waste treatment and disposal technologies
Exchanging information to control transboundary air pollution
Nationalizing liquor production
Exchanging information on costs of control technologies for transboundary air pollution
Developing control systems
Improving national waste management and control policies
Strengthening national poison control centres
Improving laws to control long range atmospheric transport of pollutants
Controlling availability of arms
Managing acute pain
Managing acute pain
Securing actual legal control
Managing weeds
Establishing speed control systems
Establishing rent control systems
Establishing rent control systems
Obtaining community milling control
Constructing erosion control ditches
Developing quality controls for industrial systems
Increasing public participation in desertification control
Creating regulatory instruments
Constructing flood control wall
Combating drought
Assuming crime control responsibility
Awakening responsible pet control
Planting erosion prevention groves
Directing flow of property control
Grounding protective laws
Ensuring local economic sufficiency
Maintaining control of production processes
Requiring priorities for material outputs
Controlling flow of capital
Determining required power for social organization
Demanding tightening of law enforcement during crises
Conferring social control
Managing production process control
Maintaining product control
Reducing individual fertility
Establishing official support for population control
Redirecting capital control
Reshaping societal control dynamics
Anaesthetizing
Anaesthetizing
Disclosing control by major corporations on national policy-making
Disclosing limited control of national economies
Hiding extent of corporation control on national policy-making
Hiding extent of control of national economies by limited number of individuals
Opposing population control
Securing religious support for population control
Undermining government opposition to population control
Reducing information overload during control of complex equipment
Studying biological control of pests
Studying use of chemicals to control pests
Monitoring pollution control
Reducing cost of animal disease control
Questioning control by economic forces
Forming representative control of international monetary system
Protecting against vulnerability of nuclear defence control systems
Controlling anxiety
Losing control
Restricting exchange control
Controlling weapons of mass destruction
Controlling animal diseases
Condemning elitist control of production
Exposing elitist control of global economy
Exposing elitist control of technology
Regulating trade in endangered species
Eroding of political control
Counteracting economic control by transnational corporations
Monitoring economic control by transnational corporations
Discrediting money control of markets
Resisting external influence
Improving weed control
Improving riot control
Controlling narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances
Improving health control
Improving drought control through appropriate technology
Improving control of mergers
Improving control of zoonoses
Improving government control of military
Controlling development projects
Increasing effectiveness of birth control
Increasing effectiveness of population control
Using birth control
Controlling government finances
Humanizing methods of riot control
Providing pest control
Providing pest control
Providing sufficient control
Providing sufficient control
Providing sufficient administrative control
Providing sufficient administrative control
Providing sufficient administrative control
Providing integrated pollution control
Providing integrated pollution control
Limiting pest control
Limiting water control
Limiting water control
Limiting monopoly control of national economies
Increasing water control
Using hormones for pest control
Strengthening monopoly of nuclear power techniques
Strengthening monopolistic control of new animal forms
Limiting monopolistic control of new animal forms
Studying prevention control
Legislating food control
Legislating food control systems
Coordinating air traffic control system
Promoting drug control
Strengthening food control infrastructure
Developing improved control
Evaluating family planning
Developing tobacco control
Distributing computer control systems
Challenging globalization
Subjects:
Control
Individuation
Type Classification:
C: Constructive values