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Article 10: International cooperation is a prerequisite for the universal and well-balanced promotion of physical education and sport. Source: UNESCO (1982) 1976: European Sport for All Charter Article I: Every individual shall have the right to participate in sport. 1992: European Sports Charter Article 1: Aim of the Charter Governments, with a view to the promotion of sport as an important factor in human development, shall take the steps necessary to apply the provisions of this charter in accordance with the principles set out in the Code of Sports Ethics in order: 1.
These are sometimes difﬁcult to distinguish from (3) which are intended as purely descriptive statements. So, for instance, it is asserted that men have needs for affection, identity, self-esteem, the esteem of others, etc. But what is meant by such claims when they fall into this category is that men have these needs, whether or not they actually feel them, or whether or not they in fact count them as needs. This category also covers those more obvious kinds of recommendations such as ‘what this country needs is good ﬁghting men’, or ‘people need freedom’, etc.
Marx himself envisaged that under capitalism even the basic needs of the masses would eventually be denied to them, causing the downfall of the capitalist system. Since this has not come about, neo-Marxists have developed the idea of the generation and continued satisfaction of false needs to explain the longevity of capitalism. Marcuse deﬁnes false needs as: those which are superimposed upon the individual by particular social interests in his repression: the needs which perpetuate toil, aggressiveness, misery, and injustice … Most of the prevailing needs to relax, to have fun, to behave and consume in accordance with the advertisements, to love and hate what others love and hate, belong in this category of false needs.
A Day in the Life of a Child Care Worker (First Facts) by Heather Adamson