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close this bookDimensions of Human Development - Research Report on Basic Human Needs Lists (Individual Contributor S. Alkire)
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View the document3. Other Lists: Basic Features of Well-Being - Values sought by all individuals - & societies - Primary Goods - Comparative Scandanavian Welfare Study - Intermediate Needs - Dimensions of Deprivation - Concern Clusters - Prudential Values - True Worlds

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DRAFT for DSA Conference, Norwich, 11-13 September,1997

Sabina Alkire

Note: ( ) the figures between brackets refer to the notes at the end of this document

The Tables for Dimensions of Human Development - Lists of Basic Needs at the end of this document include:

1. Basic Human Values - Full Life - Central Human Capabilities - Axiological Categories - Prudential values for Development - Basic Needs - HR in Another Key

2. The Resolved Synthesis list cross-referenced with sources: Physical Life: - Companionship - Understanding - Creative Work And Play - Participation Appreciation Of Beauty - Harmony With Self - Harmony With Non-Human World - Harmony With Some Greater-Than-Human Source Of Meaning/Value

3. Other Lists: Basic Features of Well-Being - Values sought by all individuals - & societies - Primary Goods - Comparative Scandanavian Welfare Study - Intermediate Needs - Dimensions of Deprivation - Concern Clusters - Prudential Values - True Worlds

4. Other Lists, very loosely categorised -: Nielsen-Lane-Murray -Fromm- Maslow - Rokeach- Davitt, - Ramsay - Schwartz - Diener - Cummins

5. Other Lists, very loosely categorised - SYNTHESIS-: Nielsen-Lane-Murray -Fromm- Maslow - Rokeach- Davitt, - Ramsay- Schwartz - Diener - Cummins

6. Basic forms of human good - Basic Human Values - FINNIS 1980 - 1996