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Ericus Erikson (1902-1994) fuit primus qui vocabulo generativitate usus est.

Generativitas (Anglice generativity)[1] est "cura ad proximam aetatem constituendam et ducendam."[2] Ericus Erikson, psychoanalysta Americanus, hoc vocabulo cum gradum curae in sua theoria graduum auctús psychosocialis definiret primum anno 1950 usus est.

Ionathan Zittrain hoc vocabulum anno 2006 ascivit cum tractaret "facultatem suggestús technologici vel oecosystematis technologici ad novum output, structuram, aut mores creandos, generandos, aut producendos, sine informatione ab auctore systematis.”[3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Sive fortasse genitalitas.
  2. Anglice "a concern for establishing and guiding the next generation" (Slater 2003).
  3. Anglice “the ability of a technology platform or technology ecosystem to create, generate or produce new output, structure or behavior without input from the originator of the system” (Zittrain 2006).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cheng, S.-T. 2009. "Generativity in Later Life: Perceived Respect from Younger Generations as a Determinant of Goal Disengagement and Psychological Well-Being." The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 64B (1): 45–54.
  • Erikson, Erik H. Dimensions of a new identity. Jefferson Lectures in the Humanities. Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton and Co. ISBN 9780393009231. OCLC 732894649. WorldCat.
  • McAdams, D. P., et E. de St. Aubin. 1992. "A Theory of Generativity and Its Assessment through Self-Report, Behavioral Acts, and Narrative Themes in Autobiography." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 62 (6): 1003-15.
  • Slater, C. L. 2003. "Generativity Versus Stagnation: An Elaboration of Erikson's Adult Stage of Human Development." Journal of Adult Development 10 (1): 53–65.
  • Zittrain, Jonathan L. 2006. "The Generative Internet." Harvard Law Review 119: 1974–2040. doi:10.1145/1435417.1435426.

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