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generative

of or relating to the production of offspring, parts, etc.
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In addition, the number of transitive verbs in Daisy Miller is very striking which not only lay down the cause-effect relationship in the textual frame but engender a psychological impression of the movement that is not detached from the discourse purpose rather attached with a sense of generativeness and subtle control of the author with reference to style.
According to Erikson (1982), this is known as generativeness and is the principal aim of adulthood.
The element of freedom and multiple choices in open and flexible learning environments places emphasis on generativeness and access to reality.

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