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of or relating to the production of offspring, parts, etc.
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People in small communities learn through their community engagement, which is driven by their strong sense of generativity that Narushima (2005) described as 'payback time' to give back, to nurture and enrich their communities and to make them more viable, vibrant and sustainable for future generations.
This article claims that generativity with the social graph has been severely sacrificed by platforms in favor of control.
This rubric was used to grade each participant according to the quality of their responses in terms of the awareness, exploration, or generativity levels for each of the five key questions asked, the sixth being a question on camp goals and aspirations.
Thus, driven by generativity so as not to stagnate, it is not surprising for the individuals in the pre-retirement group to score high on the tertiary subscale of Engagement Coping.
Throughout most of the book Blatterer stresses the "generativity" of friendship: that is, the way friendship, as a non-institutionalized bond based on trust and affection, opens an interactional space for experimentation, for self-development and self-transformation, and for the possible subversion or suspension of cultural norms, conventions, and social expectations (119, 172).
The challenge of generativity, full of echoes psychological methods as well as cultural, rather indicates that realization means knowing how to face the difficulties and decentralize to acquire the ability to become adults, confronting his own life on the symbolic level as well as material.
CFHA, in my opinion, is an organization about learning and growing together--to collaborate on collaboration--because of Don's sense of inclusiveness, his generativity and his belief in us.
In terms of developmental task perspective, midlife is defined as the period during which a "struggle" occurs between generativity and stagnation (Lachman, 2004).
IA's research group on "Assessing the Practices of Public Scholarship" (APPS) had earlier identified five core values to which assessment in SLCE ought to attend--collaboration, reciprocity, generativity, rigor, and practicability--and had begun exploring examples that express them.
The act at the source of human generation is not straightforwardly generative; rather, its generativity is metaphysically grounded in it as a concrete act of union between the spouses.

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