needs model

needs model

Health policy A model for assessing future needs for a particular product or supplier of a service–eg, surgeons–based on projected needs for the product or supplier in a hypothetically 'perfect' world. Cf Demand model, Extrapolation model, Supply model.
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Energy PoliciesThe Basic Needs Model raises questions about the supply and materials of energy available to the poor, and the requirements for the chosen directions of technological development; solutions will have to be integrated into a national energy policy.
He calls this the basic needs model. In this approach toward conflict resolution, there is that desire to achieve for people their primary physiological and psychological needs, including provisions for basic welfare - sufficient income, food and shelter.
Hierarchy of Needs model is considered a significant tool to understand human motivation.
Using LIMRA's Life Insurance Needs Model, LIMRA estimates that 48 percent of households (60 million) have an average life insurance coverage gap of $200,000, which amounts to more than $12 trillion in total market need."
To overcome the limitations of the hierarchy of needs model, Alderfer (1969) developed an integrated framework known as the existence, relatedness, and growth (ERG) theory, according to which human needs are sorted into these three categories.
The optional fifth chapter provides a detailed example of how information can be organized and used in a data model called FAAWN, the Forest Attributes and Wildlife Needs model. The CD-ROM contains software for analyzing 63,000 potential associations among forest components and wildlife within the FAAWN model.
By coming along to the dance club that night, it was clear Joan was stilt achieving the state of "love and belonging" on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs model. (1) In the absence of these elements of love and belonging, many people become susceptible to loneliness, social anxiety and clinical depression.
Belk, Ger, and Askegaard consider sexual and consumer desire to be similar, proposing an emotional motivation model that is unlike Maslow's rational needs model. They identify desiring to desire as a goal, with consumers searching for "magic," intent on acquiring the symbolic benefits of a desired object rather than the object itself.
This paper describes a useful framework for designing and evaluating DL course delivery that is based on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs model applied to virtual learning communities.

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