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    Fundamental Needs of Human Beings: Materials: Fundamental Needs Charts We can use these charts in the classroom to study any group of people. The fundamental needs are central to our study of human beings. These charts are crucial to that study. Once human beings have met their physical and material needs then may focus on their material and spiritual territory. The material territory means the economy that a civilization has developed. Spiritual is the culture and customs of that territory. We bring in the fundamental needs anytime we talk about human beings. We know they need to have their material needs met simply stay alive humans need food to keep the body alive, they need shelter, clothing, to protect them from the elements. We still…

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    Through my experience working with people and in missions, I’ve realized the weight of our human need for God. As the result of living in a broken world full of broken, sinful people, life is sure to be messy, to be full of more brokenness. While counseling alone could help individuals work through what they are going through or cope with their situation in life, biblical training that gives the ability to point people to the ultimate solution, Jesus Christ, is invaluable. DTS would equip me to…

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    1. Several factors exist that influences an individual's decisions. According to Maslow's the most fundamental and basic layers of human needs are self actualization, esteem, love/belonging, safety, in addition, psychological. One reason why these factors induce changes in people choices is for the reason that people want the most basic level of needs before an individual desires the secondary or higher level needs. Maslow describes the motivation of people who go beyond the scope of the basic…

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    technology such as, web browsers and smartphones have proved that motivating their employees begins with recognizing that in order for them to perform a great job, individuals must be in surroundings that meets their basic emotional needs to achieve their objectives. Carl Stones stated in Work Attitude Survey (1982) that most employees search for a workplace in where they are treated as human beings and their skills are noticed. “A place where they view their work as having a greater purpose,…

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    In 1943, Abraham Maslow had introduced the Hierarchy of Needs Theory (Management Study Guide, n. d.). This theory is categorized into five levels, which are physiological needs, safety and security, social needs, esteem needs as well as self-actualization. Most of the time, it is showed as a hierarchical pyramid. According to The Peak Performance Centre (n. d.), it helps to motivate people to fulfill basic needs for rising life satisfaction. The most basic needs are placed at the lowest levels…

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    maybe is Abraham Maslow hierarchy of needs theory. In this theory, he suggests that there are certain needs that we as human beings have in common which must occur in a certain order. This theory is frequently denoted as a pyramid with five levels of needs that range from the most basic physiological needs for survival to higher-level self-actualization. The largest, most fundamental physiological needs are at the bottom of the pyramid while the smallest, most advanced self-actualization needs…

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    There are basic needs that every human being requires. The basic needs are shown through Maslow 's Hierarchy of Needs, which describe the basic needs for human survival. It is shown in a pyramid that a person must fulfill one level of needs, in order to fulfill the next. The needs do not need to be mastered, just met. To live a completely fulfilled life, one must master all five needs. Santiago has reached all needs, but some needs are covered better than others. He has barely fulfilled the base…

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    “Taylor’s assumption that man is driven by economic needs” Barker has attempted to motivate each department through different monetary means. These extrinsic rewards are one of the contributor to the growing issues between the departments, this is due to the conflicting styles of…

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    car there are hundreds of options to pick from. Because of this, car companies depend heavily on advertisements to persuade people to choose a car from their company. The car company must decide what target audience would be interested in the vehicle. Then, what needs does this target audience want their car to meet. The goal then is for the advertisement to portray a situation that meets the audience’s needs, compelling them to consider buying that car. Take for instance the commercial for…

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    Trust is needed to reach an end goal and gain a sense of tranquility and security from completing this end goal. In The Odyssey, trustworthiness leads to tranquility and security of people. Trust extends from thoughts to people in The Odyssey. Telemachus, Odysseus’ son, trusts in the idea that his father is still alive and gains tranquility and security when his trust is fulfilled when his father returns to Ithaca. Penelope’s trustworthy relationship with Odysseus manages to keep the suitors at…

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