human value


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Scarce resources
Limited job market
Limited shared time
Undiversified tax base
Insufficient pest control
Limited local demand
Decline in government expenditure
Limited leisure time
Obstacles to aquaculture
Limited food variety
Declining breeds of cultivated plants
Shortage of fresh-water
Restricted flow of local economy
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Limited verbal skills
Marginal level of family income
Social isolation of the elderly
Lack of technical positions
Denial of access to news
Limited available land
Government limitations
Limited writing ability
Underdeveloped export potential
Seasonal unemployment
Limitations of monogamy
Subsistence life style
Inadequate storage facilities
Shrinking community life
Apathy of youth
Limited cultural context
Limited purchasing power
Ignorance of health and hygiene
Unequal employment opportunities for women
High cost of housing
Endangered forests
Restricting travel image
Limitations of allopathy
Limitations of democracy
Inadequate medical training
Low-quality construction work
Limited historical method
Infrequent achievement of honours
Insufficient programme funding
Unchallenging world vision
Lack of governmental support
Lack of governmental support
Unorganized community recreation
Limited farm mechanization
Inadequate management skills in rural communities
Political ignorance
Proscribed thinking and behaviour
Limited artistic expression
Minimum promotion of community assets
Archaic marketing methods
Short-range planning for long-term development
Insufficient educational material
Inadequate energy supply infrastructure
Overdependence on few crop species
Inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Limits to societal learning
Irrelevant scientific activity
Unchecked crab damage to crops
Limited functional abilities
Narrow context for counsel
Social disaffection of the young
Limitations on right to vote
Limitations on right to vote
Inaccessibility of knowledge
Deluding familial image of social responsibility
Limited availability of loans
Inadequate child day-care facilities
Deficient business leadership
Insufficient cultural media
Limited image of employability
Limited tripartite cooperation
Inadequacy of agricultural education
Inadequacy of agricultural education
Erosion of collective memory in traditional cultures
Denial of the right to procreate
Irreversible environmental trends
Declining community confidence in its ability to change
Decline in government health expenditure
Limited decision-making context
Decreasing consumer choice
Limited spheres of relationship
Undeveloped channels for commercial initiative
Underprovision of basic urban services
Neglected food resources
Inaccessibility of health services
Limited individual attention span
Inadequate agricultural capital
Detrimental story of community future
Limited exposure to other cultures
Technological monoculture
Limits of second language teaching
Unstimulating entertainment
Long-term shortage of commodities
Ineffective delivery of basic human resource services
Limited access to society's resources
Inefficient public administration
Limitations of surprise-free thinking
Trade barriers against developing countries
Fragmented planning of community life
Unsustainable development
Unsupplemented school curriculum
Absence of long-term economic planning agencies
Limited ownership of productive systems
Lack of comparability of international statistics
Quantitative limit to societal learning
Lack of channels for obtaining available local funding
Limited ways of matching talent and jobs
Limited applicability of monetary grants
Limited availability of health resources
Limited accountability of public services
Limited access to technological decisions
Unprepared leadership
Absence of a long-range, world-wide capital flow plan
Limited horizons produced by survival living
Geographically undefined community limits
Limited criminal liability of corporations
Limited community responsibility of adults
Limited opportunities for significant work
Limitation of current scientific knowledge
Neglect of the role of women in rural development
Limited relations beyond local environments
Quantitative understanding of responsibility
Limited local markets for goods and services
Limited acceptance of international treaties
Incompatibility of environmental and economic decision-making
Limited human information processing capacity
Disengagement of citizens from community activities
Limited number of available radio frequencies
Stagnated development of agricultural production
Diminishing capital investment in small communities
Limited availability of functional information
Limited availability of learning opportunities
Limited country capacity to absorb foreign aid
Limited social context in developing technology
Limited social guidance by older generations
Limited availability of education in rural areas
Limited access to natural resource use decisions
Limited number of geostationary satellite orbits
Restricted opportunity for community activity
Limited enforceability of international standards
Limited access to local decision-making bodies
Lack of local commercial services
Excessive price for electronic information
Limited observance of multilateral trade agreements
Limited control of environment by local communities
Breakdown of local community cohesion
Restricted scope of local employment
Limited exchange of skills among developing countries
Limited and fragmented outlook of civic minded groups
Hindrances to international spread of new technologies
Limited exposure to outside influences in rural villages
Ineffectiveness of tradition-bound small business methods
Limited local respect for regional and global legislation
Limited availability of public services in small towns
Limit to collective comprehension span in societal learning
Limited availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Limited availability of therapeutic substances of human origin
Limited availability of technical expertise in remote communities
Limited recognition of international nongovernmental organizations
Dependence of countries on export of limited range of raw materials
Limited availability of land for low-income and disadvantaged groups
Lack of skilled manpower in rural areas
Restriction of outer space benefits to a limited number of countries
Industrialized country limitation of trade among developing countries
Societal knowledge resistance
Undisclosed control of national economies by limited number of individuals
Lack of opportunities for practical training in communities
Limited sewerage options
Restrictive business practices limiting challenges to validity
Seasonal roadway inadequacy
Limited planning experience
Political immaturity
Limited availability of permanent employment in inner-cities
Limited market access due to the product differentiation of transnational corporations
Limited gardening experience
Size limits on industry
Lack of funding structures
Limited job information
Uncreditworthiness of rural communities
Statute of limitations
Rock infested soils
Inadequate budgeting practices
Limited means of marketing employable skills
Limited home nursing
Seasonally limited opportunities for training
Minimal staff funding
Limited plumbing material
Limited market transportation
Limited insecticide knowledge
Landsize as a limit to biological diversity
Limited family land
Limited training programmes
Boundary disputes between neighbours
Limited specialized farming
Obstacles to effective international nongovernmental organizations
Worktime limits to education
Excessive concentration of export markets
Denial to working animals of limitation of working hours
Unenforced hunting regulations
Inadequate emergency blood supplies
Limited availability of transport funding
Limited availability of cross-breeding techniques
Limited children's activities
Limited farm produce
Heterosexual infection of women with AIDS
Limited employment base
Insufficient cash crops
Limited commercial licenses
Limited awareness of child-care opportunities
Limited disaster reserves
Limited strength of elders
Exploitation of land for the burial of the dead
Parochial limitations on capital flow in relation to global demands
Limited youth facilities in the countryside
Limited reading ability
Underutilization of renewable energy resources
Limited educational levels
Limited access to reading
Limited agricultural advice
Lack of credit facilities for agricultural producers
Low athletics priority
Limited agricultural expansion
Inadequate maintenance personnel
Inadequate industrial services
Unavailability of casual jobs
Limited municipal resources
Unstrategic funding requests
Inadequate study environment
Limited meeting facilities
Limited access to culturally adapted pedagogical material
Limited drilling equipment
Limited space for markets
Limitations on school admission
Lack of water for agriculture
Limited finance training
Limited construction manpower
Limited merchandising interest
Limited approaches to economic planning
Limited daytime encounters
Low-intensity conflict
Irresponsible delimitation of policy responsibilities
Disrelated needs and promotion in marketing
Underpayment of government officials
Limited paramedic training
Restricted family options
Traffic reducing business
Limited manufacturing incentives
Remote fishing ground
Restrictive store space
Limited irrigation water
Limited transportation services in cities
Limited consumer knowledge
Limiting of responsibility to the personal
Limited railroad usage
Limited teacher facilities
Limited trade areas
Stagnating school enrolment
Limited funding expertise
Limited poultry knowledge
Insufficient health personnel
Insufficient medical supplies
Limited financing opportunities
Insufficient financial resources for urban services
Limited catchment facilities
Planned obsolescence
Limited retail inventory
Limited product development
Securing minimum wage limits for women
Advocating free access to telecommunication networks
Developing policy on climate change
Limiting resources
Restricting social benefit entitlements
Limiting options
Eliminating abusive child labour
Defining vocational possibilities
Setting individual context for meaningful involvement
Assessing earth's carrying capacity
Managing land use
Controlling socio-economic growth
Defining time factors in industry
Reducing government expenditure on tertiary health facilities
Limiting freedom of information
Limiting subsidies to state-owned enterprises
Limiting availability
Limiting access
Relaxing standards
Hardening urban fringe
Limiting size of meetings
Decentralizing power
Expanding limits to growth
Limiting harm of unjust laws
Limiting local malaria sources
Limiting foreign investment
Limiting medical drugs
Limiting military economic hegemony
Limited war
Limiting information availability
Limiting information availability
Limiting national languages
Limiting production capacity
Providing access to global markets
Gathering limited liability
Detaining prisoners for criminal offences
Safeguarding age limitations on employment
Limiting demand for technological resources
Limiting resource availability by disrupting natural systems
Constraining openness in political relations
Constraining openness in political relations
Questioning limited communal understandings
Setting limits to government authority
Determining types of production mechanisms
Regulating economic output in response to market values
Exposing limitations of methods for resource utilization
Providing basic work skills
Limiting consumption of common assets
Setting conditions on usefulness of natural resources
Determining needs for resource development
Balancing depletion and replacement rates of natural resources
Determining technological capabilities
Determining applicability of technical procedures for resource extraction
Specifying type of production process
Restricting production materials
Holding back excess funds
Limiting property holdings
Regulating use of funds
Defining minimum consumption requirements
Removing human resources
Setting pre-determined context for socially acceptable behaviour
Setting legal boundaries
Limiting ability to implement social decisions
Preventing excesses in individual behaviour
Limiting desire for social involvement
Restricting scope for procreation
Narrowing alternatives for marriage
Restricting sexual roles in family
Providing restricted communication
Blocking degeneration to sterile ceremony
Blocking degeneration to sterile ceremony
Reducing taxes
Disclosing limited control of national economies
Hiding extent of control of national economies by limited number of individuals
Limiting education
Limiting world trade
Limiting extended families
Limiting national development
Limiting animal migration
Limiting satellite communications
Limiting commodity futures trading
Limiting problem alleviation
Limiting efficient utilization of time
Limiting international ocean shipping
Limiting nuclear disarmament
Limiting peace
Limiting international exchange of cultural materials
Limiting development of multidisciplinary approaches
Limiting effectiveness of international nongovernmental organizations
Limiting utilization of coastal and deep sea water resources
Regulating use of radio frequencies
Limiting possessive attitude of parents
Reducing protectionism in the air transportation industry
Reducing protectionism in the telecommunications industries
Reducing trade barriers and protectionism between developing countries
Exposing limited development vision
Resisting conversion from arms manufacture to a peaceful economy
Restricting employment
Restricting outer space benefits to a limited number of countries
Avoiding saturation of geosynchronous orbits
Limiting availability of terrorist weapons
Protesting monotonous and unaesthetic architecture and design
Restricting availability of local business capital
Limiting availability of land
Limiting availability of public transport
Limiting availability of commercial sites
Limiting availability of public facilities
Limiting availability of data
Limiting availability of public information
Limiting availability of training
Limiting availability of local services
Limiting availability of farming capital
Limiting availability of modern equipment
Limiting availability of expertise
Limiting availability of education
Constraining free trade
Constraining communication
Constraining social growth
Putting profit in its place
Constraining modification of earth systems
Creating imaginative housing design
Limiting sex
Not having children
Circumventing international trading agreements
Decreasing consumer choice
Denying right to procreate
Taking advantage of food maldistribution
Exporting limited range of raw materials
Monitoring dumping of consumer waste products
Controlling information technology
Limiting urban encroachment of the countryside
Distributing products strategically
Ensuring term time limits for public figures
Protecting villagers from exposure to outside influences
Recognizing ecological limits
Limiting industrialization of developing countries
Preserving integrity of cultures
Reducing limitation of communication by illiteracy
Imposing attitudes
Decreasing job monotony
Decreasing incentives for agricultural output
Using synthetic pesticides with care
Limiting time to approve urgent legislation
Tightening export controls
Limiting job market
Limiting shared time
Limiting pest control
Limiting local demand
Limiting public funds
Limiting leisure time
Limiting fish farming
Limiting food variety
Limiting crop variety
Limiting water supply
Limiting local economy
Limiting water control
Limiting verbal skills
Limiting family income
Limiting technical jobs
Limiting access to news
Reducing limitations
Limiting writing ability
Limiting off-season jobs
Limiting by monogamy
Limiting storage capacity
Limiting social programme
Limiting youth engagement
Limiting cultural context
Limiting purchasing power
Limiting health knowledge
Limiting female vocations
Limiting low-cost housing
Limiting forest resources
Limiting image of travel
Limiting applicability of allopathy
Limiting democracy
Limiting medical knowledge
Limiting housing materials
Limiting historical method
Limiting success experience
Limiting individual funding
Limiting future planning
Limiting government support
Limiting economic foresight
Limiting cooperative events
Limiting farm mechanization
Limiting village management
Limiting political know-how
Limiting artistic expression
Limiting newcomer attraction
Limiting traditional markets
Limiting preschool equipment
Limiting range of farm crops
Limiting cross-island access
Limiting societal learning
Limiting areas of research
Limiting family opportunities
Limiting functional abilities
Limiting framework for advice
Limiting youth accountability
Limiting right to vote
Limiting water for agriculture
Limiting access to information
Limiting availability of loans
Limiting child-care structures
Limiting commercial experience
Limiting media programme choice
Limiting image of employability
Limiting tripartite cooperation
Limiting agricultural education
Limiting political developments
Limiting oral traditions
Defining limits to growth
Limiting public health subsidies
Limiting decision-making context
Limiting spheres of relationship
Limiting commercial investigation
Limiting access to urban services
Limiting utilization of foodstuffs
Limiting access to health services
Limiting individual attention span
Limiting vision of community future
Limiting exposure to other cultures
Limiting technical innovation
Limiting second language teaching
Limiting entertainment possibilities
Limiting availability of commodities
Limiting access to available services
Limiting access to society's resources
Limiting civil administrative capacity
Limiting community development planning
Limiting ability to recognize ecological limits
Limiting scope of educational curriculum
Limiting approaches to economic planning
Limiting ownership of productive systems
Limiting international statistics
Limiting range of financing possibilities
Limiting job information
Restricting availability of health resources
Limiting accountability of public services
Limiting access to technological decisions
Limiting leadership development
Limiting availability of long-term capital
Limiting effect of individual survivalism
Limiting community responsibility of adults
Limiting scientific knowledge
Limiting options of women
Limiting relations beyond local environments
Limiting understanding to measurable factors
Limiting local markets for goods and services
Limiting acceptance of international treaties
Limiting participation in neighbourhood action
Limiting availability of functional information
Limiting availability of learning opportunities
Limiting country capacity to absorb foreign aid
Limiting social guidance by the older generation
Limiting availability of education in the country
Limiting access to natural resource use decisions
Limiting enforceability of international standards
Limiting number of local decision-making bodies
Limiting availability of local commercial resources
Limiting consumer charges
Limiting control of environment by local communities
Limiting identification with community
Limiting employment alternatives in small communities
Limiting exchange of skills among developing countries
Limiting outlook of civic minded groups
Limiting diffusion of technology innovation
Limiting scope of business operations in small communities
Limiting local respect for regional and global legislation
Limiting availability of public services in the small towns
Limiting collective comprehension span in societal learning
Limiting availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Limiting availability of therapeutic substances of human origin
Limiting availability of technical expertise in remote communities
Limiting recognition of international nongovernmental organizations
Limiting availability of practical skills in agricultural communities
Limiting limitations to the comprehension of international information
Limiting monopoly control of national economies
Increasing limitations
Increasing limitations
Increasing access to local decision-making bodies
Restricting food aid
Restricting private automobiles
Restricting electrical energy
Limiting monopolies
Limiting state monopoly
Limiting monopoly of communications media
Limiting monopolized land ownership
Limiting monopoly consumer services
Limiting monopolization of knowledge
Limiting monopoly of power by the elderly
Limiting monopoly of nuclear power techniques
Improving efficiency of government monopolies
Limiting monopoly of the economy by corporations
Limiting monopolistic control of new animal forms
Limiting state monopoly of broadcasting facilities
Limiting monopolization of information within organizations
Limiting competence for intervention in the future
Limiting super-power monopoly of advanced nuclear warfare technology
Limiting monotonous quality of life
Limiting behavioural monotony of domesticated animals
Promoting arms limitation
Negotiating multilateral arms limitation
Limiting human evolution
Limiting financial support
Identifying factors which limit employment
Standardizing limits
Limiting assistance
Informing about disarmament
Limiting food production
Limiting debt repayment
Reducing drink driving
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values