a) Idle Capacity, (b) Technical Obsoleteness
, and (c) Variation in rate of return.
In our study, we investigated whether this imagery of obsoleteness
and decay of the working-class uses on the street could possibly represent one type of visual signification, one conditioned by common images of what is prosperity and what is urbanistically attractive.
With a gimlet eye for the weakness and disarray of her social democratic enemies, Thatcher counterposed the modernity of the marketplace to the obsoleteness
of the state, forcing a choice between inefficiency and enterprise, between familiarity and novelty, in essence between past and future.
This situation at home in conjunction with the state of starvation and discase endured by the majority of mankind living in the underdeveloped countries puts in sharp relief the callousness of the now-so-fashionable talk about the unimportance of further output increases and about the obsoleteness
of the "conventional wisdom" as it relates to the husbandry of productive resources.
The study revealed that obsoleteness
of the curriculum and lack of computerized library systems are the major factors for the deficiency in the curricula of the Federal University of Technology, Akure and Lagos State University, Lagos.
Despite their perceived obsoleteness
in the digital age both libraries--and librarians--are irreplaceable for many reasons, 33 in fact.