human value


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Lack of jobs
Lack of care
Lack of time
Lack of time
Inadequate social reform
Insufficient personnel
Lack of quality
Lack of ability
Lack of control
Protein-energy malnutrition
Addiction to sex
Intellectual arrogance
Ideological confusion
Inadequate firearm regulation
Lack of knowledge
Lack of integrity
Low self esteem
Insufficient diversification
Air pollution
Lack of education
Undemocratic social systems
Lack of gene banks
Inadequate defence
Lack of patriotism
Terminological ambiguities
Restricted scope of local employment
Lack of war relief
Psychological inertia
Limited available land
Inadequate public transportation
Scarce local cash
Lack of information
Obstacles to aquaculture
Lack of human unity
Inadequate personal hygiene
Polluted drinking water
Underdevelopment of countries
Unclean food
Lack of coordination
Lack of assimilation
Collapse of common values
Inadequate health services
Declining economic productivity
Intellectual disability
Lack of satisfaction
Lack of individualism
Lack of understanding
Lack of accurate maps
Excessive dispersion of community facilities
Inadequacy of postal services
Unformed pattern of cooperative action
Lack of assertiveness
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Soil compaction
Lack of sexual liberty
Intellectual vacuum
Ignorance of ecoregions
Unchallenging world vision
Lack of social contact
Lack of national unity
Lack of representation
Lack of community plan
Undomesticated men
Inadequate human resources development
Denial of right of complaint
Inadequate security system
Unethical practice of health professionals
Lack of political will
Denial of social rights
Lack of social identity
Lack of skilled workers
Educational gap between generations
Political fragmentation
Lack of social mobility
Dominance of economic motives
Lack of medical records
Lack of self-confidence
Lack of racial identity
Inadequacy of foreign aid
Underutilized animal genetic resources
Inadequately heated buildings
Mistrust of communal commitment
Inadequate army discipline
Crop vulnerability
Maldistribution of agricultural land
Unavailability of appropriate expertise
Student immobility
Lack of a world religion
Sexual unfulfilment
Inadequate recreational facilities
Lack of job satisfaction
Limited purchasing power
Denial of economic rights
Lack of eugenic measures
Lack of eugenic measures
Insufficient financial resources
Insufficient financial resources
Ineffective legal system
Inadequate manpower planning
Lack of national identity
Lack of social conscience
Lack of social discipline
Unorganized community recreation
Unreported births
Ideological conflict
Retarded socialization
Lack of enforcement power
Inaccessibility of justice
Denial of political rights
Inadequate maintenance equipment
Decreasing consumer choice
Physical unfitness
Unstable supply of raw materials
Soil erosion
Inadequate political parties
Deficient business leadership
Shortage of natural resources
Lack of water conservation
Inadequate storage facilities
Questionable facts
Lack of models of equality
Risk of capital investment
Lack of a world government
Loss of faith in religion
Dehumanization of death
Lack of savings structures
Insufficient technical aids for disabled persons
Lack of transport vehicles
Emotional insecurity
Lack of discipline in work
Discrimination against women in education
Sexual discrimination
Social underdevelopment
Lack of technical positions
Lack of funds for education
Reduced stock of low-income housing
Restriction of abortion
Lack of demolition planning
Deteriorating rural community cooperation
Lack of political integrity
Lack of coastal development
Lack of capital development
Structural rigidities in labour markets
Social disaffection of the young
Sacrifice of political ideals
Inadequate agricultural capital
Community demoralization
Inadequate emergency services
Lack of governmental support
Lack of legal aid facilities
Mistrust of police
Lack of religious discipline
Lack of co-worker attunement
Denial of legal representation
Denial of freedom of thought
Lack of livelihood standards
Cultural fragmentation
Substandard abattoirs
Ignorance of health and hygiene
Scientific ignorance
Inadequate child day-care facilities
Inadequacy of contraceptive methods
Inadequacy of contraceptive methods
Inadequacy of contraceptive methods
Difficulty finding marriage partner
Lack of resource conservation
Unhygienic conditions
Bureaucratic resistance to self-review
Community under-fulfilment
Inadequate grass-roots initiative
Lack of family life education
Inadequate industrial retraining programmes
Ineffective monitoring
Lack of leadership initiative
Technological underdevelopment
Technological underdevelopment
Insufficient primary education
Social unaccountability
Shortage of entrepreneurial ability
Unequal opportunity for vocational training
Lack of protective legislation
Lack of specialized technology
Lack of individual development
Lack of qualitative excellence
Lack of intimate relationships
Mediocrity of government leaders
Lack of professional standards
Limited farm mechanization
Religious schism
Limited opportunities for significant work
Social fragmentation
Lack of political independence
Inadequate social and demographic statistics
Inadequacy of agricultural education
Human wisdom considered unrelated to daily life
Decline of handicrafts and cottage industries
Inadequate control over government administrative process
Unproductive subsistence agriculture
International insecurity
Insufficient educational incentives
Inadequate integrated freshwater management
Unprofessional personal appearance
Undemocratic policy-making
Fragmentation of religious belief
Lack of rural industrialization
Limited functional abilities
Communication breakdown
Inadequate credit policies
Inadequate environmental education
Insecurity of property
Intellectual inefficiency
Inadequate watershed management
Unstructured local government in small communities
Uncompensated damages
Military unreadiness
Lack of local commercial services
Inadequate dissemination of local information
Economic dependence
Lack of international cooperation
Inefficiency of state-controlled enterprises
Lack of access to public archives
Inadequate family planning education
Lack of funding for infrastructure
Lack of child welfare institutions
Economic inefficiency
Lack of trans-frontier cooperation
Felt community powerlessness
Inadequacy and insensitivity of intelligence testing
Defective land use planning
Official secrecy
Inadequate animal welfare
Inadequacy of economic accounting systems
Lack of international communication
Underutilization of biocontrol
Conflicting international priorities
Lack of international understanding
Education vocationally irrelevant
Lack of sharing of community skills
Loss of cultural heritage
Lack of emphasis on basic education
Unimplemented decisions
Insufficient social security in the agricultural sector
Tax evasion
Lack of family planning information
Lack of integrated pollution control
Lack of cooperation with officialdom
Underdeveloped community leadership
Collapse in the meaning of participating in society
Lack of a world food security system
Lack of participation in development
Loss of animal productivity
Infrequent achievement of honours
Inadequate legislation against environmental pollution
Fragmented social care at the neighbourhood level
Lack of individual historical context
Lack of protection for the vulnerable
Lack of specifically designed software
Lack of child care for working parents
Ineffective systems of practical education
Uncoordinated international river basin development
Intergovernmental suspicion
Undervaluation of systematic biology
Inadequate drought control
Lack of anti-discrimination legislation
Lack of transparency in public finances
Inadequate development of international criminal law
Lack of internal political independence
Lack of intersocietal resource channels
Vulnerability of marriage as an institution
Poor managerial communications
Inadequate administration of aid
Lack of skilled manpower in rural areas
Lack of response to monetary incentives
Political apathy
Lack of an acceptable universal language
Lack of long-term development assistance
Disengagement of citizens from community activities
Non-convertibility of currencies
Inefficient public administration
Lack of symbolism in local relationships
Habitual overemphasis on national self-determination
Understaffing of basic facilities
Lack of production for domestic consumers
Lack of facilities for disturbed children
Inadequate evaluation of surgical procedures
Lack of international accord on water use
Lack of personal transport in rural areas
Inadequate management of refuse
Deterioration of development process
Unfair contests
Vulnerability of intellectual property
Lack of motivating collegial relationships
Decline of psychic healing
Underdevelopment of industrial and economic activities
Conflicting interpretations of universal human rights
Dependence of communities on external planning
Lack of individualism in capitalist systems
International economic fragmentation
Noise pollution
Lack of arbitrating in the commodity markets
Uncoordinated agency referral
Unbridled individualism
Lack of business opposition to the arms race
Lack of appreciation of cultural differences
Lack of a system for ethical decision-making
Fragmentation of knowledge
Inadequate vocational training
Undiversified national economies
Lack of integrated marine resource management
Lack of integrated energy resource management
Lack of integrated management of biodiversity
Lack of knowledge of eligibility for benefits
Lack of support for local commercial services
Neglect of the role of women in rural development
Young people's lack of context for the future
Lack of facilities for educating older people
Lack of individual rights to political asylum
Lack of semantic equivalents among languages
Lack of facilities for the physically disabled
Lack of international policy on specific issues
Lack of relevant education in rural communities
Mistrust of system of justice
Lack of faith in solutions to ecological issues
Lack of facilities for severely deformed people
Vulnerability of the elderly under states of emergency
Unproven relationships among problems
Unperceived relevance of formal education in rural communities
Non-inclusive management decisions
Unsatisfied need for continuing education
Lack of accountability in the disposal of wealth
Lack of meaningful personal and social paradigms
Secrecy about pharmaceutical products
Lack of full cost accounting of consumer products
Lack of comparability of international statistics
Lack of realism in intergovernmental organizations
Lack of systems for achieving grassroots agreement
Inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Lack of UN jurisdiction in administered territories
Lack of processing industry for primary commodities
Lack of international coordination of interest rates
Lack of terminological equivalents among languages
Paralysis of elders faced with the future
Lack of channels for obtaining available local funding
Inadequate research on proposed solutions to problems
Vulnerability of the disabled during states of emergency
Lack of confidence in the international monetary system
Exploitation of the mentally handicapped
Permissive child-rearing
Inadequate power of intergovernmental organizations
Shortage of time for appropriate policy making
Lack of worker participation in business decision-making
Violation of rights of vulnerable groups during states of emergency
Denial of rights of medical patients
Inadequacies of the international monetary system
Denial of right to education
Lack of essential freedom due to unawareness of actuality
Vulnerability of women and children in emergencies
Limitations of allopathy
Lack of appropriate language to describe female experience
Short-range planning for long-term development
Lack of incentive to care for community property
Stagnated development of agricultural production
Lack of opportunities for practical training in communities
Lack of meaningful educational context for ethical decisions
Lack of solidarity with the poor
Sedentary city lifestyles
Constrained representation of global interests
Lack of relationship between wealth generation and the public good
Lack of progress in establishing a New International Economic Order
Lack of continuity among personnel of international organizations
Lack of participation by local communities in democratic processes
Reinforced parochialism of internal values and images
Rivalry and disunity within developing regions
Lack of international legal provision for nongovernmental organizations
Lack of relationship between social techniques and the needs they address
Lack of places in urban environments encouraging unstructured public access
Ignored social needs of developing countries
Inadequate educational facilities for gifted children
Lack of national legal provision for international nongovernmental organizations
Lack of integration of transport systems between neighbouring developing countries
Political dependency
Lack of access for prisoners' defence
Lack of transparency in international organizations
Lack of women in the advertising industry
Inadequate prison capacity
Lack of contract power
Lack of conservation of energy by the private sector
Lack of NGO access to official documents of the United Nations
Demoralizing constraints on housing rehabilitation
Lack of farming information
Political immaturity
Inadequate facilities for children's play
Lack of physical education
Lack of traffic information
Lack of fighting forces
Lack of collective housing schemes
Copper deficiency in the diet
Insufficient retirement funds
Lack of social commitment
Lack of participation in attempting to solve intergroup conflicts
Proliferation and duplication of United Nations information systems
Threatened species of Plantae
Lack of funding structures
Lack of unity among Christians
Inadequate bridge plan
Lack of irrigation equipment
Lack of acceptable sites for power plants
Shortage of skilled transport workers
Cold as an occupational hazard
Lack of planning
Overcrowded public clinics
Lack of press freedom
Lack of refrigeration facilities
Lack of a governing body
Insecurity of mobile telephone communication
Lack of wisdom system
Lack of perspective
Lack of licensed chauffeurs
Lack of economic adaptation of indigenous systems
Lack of funds for veterinary research
Lack of community voice
Lack of programmes for dropouts
Lack of insurance against infertility
Lack of integration of regulatory programmes into other socio-economic programmes
Insufficient information on plants
Lack of sanitation in cities
Lack of training in construction techniques in mountainous conditions
Lack of legal standing
Lack of political neutrality of civil servants
Worktime limits to education
Lack of world maritime integration
Dexterity disabilities
Lack of national funds to cope with problems
Loss of sense of smell
Lack of social accounting in the business community
Lack of relationship between education and available jobs
Lack of sanitation in rural areas
Undesignated garden space
Lack of sewerage funds
Lack of funds for medical research
Lack of airport and travel security
Vulnerability of animals during states of emergency
Lack of parental fulfilment
Lack of time flexibility in the labour market
Inadequate toilet facilities
Lack of tuberculosis materials
After-school unsupervised children
Human immunodeficiency virus infection
Frustrated talent in government posts
Lack of commitment to common symbols
Lack of local services for community leadership training
Lack of practical examples
Lack of medical information
Inadequate traffic control
Unregulated outdoor work
Restricted delivery of essential services to rural communities
Shortage of women instructors
Lack of standards
Shortage of hardwood
Lack of integrated medicine
Inadequate recreation for the elderly
Lack of a religious centre
Lack of community responsibility
Lack of trade union recognition
Unavailable road machinery
Lack of local tractors
Ignoring implications of biblical scholarship
Inadequate dental care
Lack of cesspool fencing
Lack of technical infrastructure for maritime commerce in developing countries
Lack of freedom of movement of children of separated parents
Lack of variety of social life forms
Lack of grassroots involvement in economic planning
Lack of family restaurants
Lack of qualifications
Iron deficiency anaemias
Insufficient apprenticeship opportunities
Lack of private sector involvement in biodiversity conservation
Inadequate budgetary coordination within the United Nations systems
Urinary incontinence
Lack of local industries
Inadequate legislation for animal welfare
Underdevelopment of forestry industry
Lack of space
Drained social urgency
Limited agricultural advice
Lack of credit facilities for agricultural producers
Lack of car pools
Lack of modernization
Lack of fire insurance
Lack of regular habit
Lack of legal protection of extortion victims
Low athletics priority
Absence of agreed minimum wage
Lack of folic acid in diet
Lack of health-aide backup
Inadequately cooled buildings
Lack of biocoenosis
Lack of programme methods
Lack of processing facilities
Lack of genetic counselling
Lack of unity of Jewish people
Lack of appropriate education for children of immigrants
Inequality of employment opportunity
Lack of incentives for tourism
Lack of education for women immigrants
Lack of security for art loans to museums
Lack of lumber tools
Lack of payment for housework
Lack of identity of international nongovernmental organization network
Unprofessional building management
Lack of appropriate international tribunal
Lack of individual initiative
Neglect of worker health
Lack of diversity in medical science
Lack of telephone system
Lack of firefighting water
Lack of water for agriculture
Lack of returnee jobs
Deterioration in atmospheric visibility
Discrimination against women in banking
Shifting site of employment
Inflated seed costs
Insufficient maritime rescue services
Lack of influential backers
Gender-insensitive buildings
Lack of appreciation for nuclear weapons
Inadequate hospital facilities
Contempt for authority
Lack of health insurances
Lack of disabled-sensitivity in buildings
Denial of right to minimum work age
Lack of financial control
Lack of footware
Overemphasis on economic progress in society
Inadequate sports equipment
Lack of secondary schools in the countryside
Informational and procedural obstacles to world trade
Lack of legal provision for international nongovernmental organizations
Excessive dependence of local communities on outside services
Lack of technological progress
Lack of trained firefighters
Lack of nearby wells
Lack of international coordination among supervisors of financial stock markets
Lack of vocational teachers
Lack of legislative control on advertising
Inadequacy of psychiatry
Lack of financial information systems for international nongovernmental organizations
Corporation financial secrecy
Loss of female libido
Lack of education on human rights
Lack of funerals for dead foetuses
Shortage of land for cemeteries
Accessibility of toxic materials
Lack of agro-urban training
Unknown conservation systems
Corruption in intelligence agencies
Lack of adequate clothing supply for little people and large people
Lack of urgency in village operations
Inadequate waste incineration
Lack of celibacy
Lack of finance in coastal communities
Manganese deficiency
Disruptive behaviour in schools
Lack of retraining incentives
Infrequent honour singing
Lack of method in training
Vulnerability of telephone systems
Lack of historical record
Lack of government initiative
Environmental hazards of decommissioned nuclear power plants
Vitamin B deficiencies
Unemployed skilled labour
Restricted availability of temporary employment
Lack of school transportation
Lack of shade
Lack of soil analysis
Lack of confidence of parents
Lack of a social hall
Absence of organization training
Lack of consensus in regional disputes
Lack of specialized transportation
Pernicious anaemia
Lack of vaccines
Lack of protection for victims of intimidation
Lack of hiring money
Limited funding expertise
Inadequate facilities for youth
Insufficient doctors
Lack of capital investment in developing countries' shipping
Lack of adherence to international transit conventions
Lack of pioneer spirit
Decline in employer-provided pensions
Inadequate assistance to victims of abuse of power
Lack of university summer programme
Lack of unionization among working women
Decreasing diversity of biological species
Lack of participation in local welfare programmes
Lack of male libido
Inadequate fiscal policies
Lack of refuse bins
Restricted state support of the family
Lack of consumer influence on industry
Governmental barriers to a global ethic
Lack of dairy markets
Lack of shared machinery
Inadequate training in decision-making
Lack of housing for teachers in rural communities
Declining investment
Lack of corporate achievements
Inadequate existing symbols for marriage
Decline in export credits
Lack of meat and egg production
Inadequate energy supply infrastructure
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values