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generative

of or relating to the production of offspring, parts, etc.
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Like the rest of the human race, Americans are inclined to pursue pleasure in youth, learn commitment in adulthood, and in maturity, accept the burdens and joys of generativity.
9) Nongenerative appliances are deemed "sterile" (10) by Zittrain, sterility being the conceptual opposite of generativity.
Relational spirituality and generativity among seminary students.
The Relationship between Mid-Life Women's Generativity and Life Events.
Numerous inventive forms of generativity are entirely dependent on the Web.
I think many of us out there are just stuck and need to work on imparting our inspirations and generativity.
Increasing the number of ways girls can "be" means eschewing singular definitions in favour of generativity by retaining all the chaos and ambivalence of everyday life in the telling of stories about and with girls.
Instead of relying wholly on formal governance institutions or commercial security vendors to make the Net secure, Zittrain has specific proposals and initiatives already under way to use generativity to solve the problems of generativity--"to empower rank-and-file users to contribute, rather than to impose security models that count on a handful of trusted people for control.
The interviews revealed 10 "signature individual elements" of successful nurse managers -- mission driven, generativity, ardor, identification, boundary clarity, reflection, self-regulation, attunement, change agility, and affirmative framework -- and five "dominant signature aspects of organizational culture" -- learning culture, culture of regard, culture of meaning, generative culture, and culture of excellence.
Innovation refers to the generativity induced by genuine dialogue, which is enhanced by relaxed dialogue and the respect given to all participants.
187) like the 'multipod generativity of human minds' (p.
This quality, which Zittrain calls generativity, fueled the development of the PC along wildly innovative lines.

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