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Platforms gain their power by operating as relatively unperturbed bases for other phenomena, by being generatively entrenched.
In the case of cacao, multiplication of plants is generally made generatively using seeds and vegetative.
The accusation that in some way Levi's narrative may border on the sensational and voyeuristic is primarily based on two detailed, elongated, generatively imagined torture and humiliation passages.
Working toward an "interpretive scientificity" that simultaneously uses and troubles categories and ethnographic techniques, Lather generatively reread her own writing of an ethnography of women living with HIV prior to antiretrovirals, Troubling the Angels.
Though it may feel like trying to capture lightning in a jar, it is, nevertheless, important that as a field we learn to generatively study the use of technologies that may well be obsolete before the ink has dried on papers that report findings and provide warrants for its usefulness.
Cather would rewrite Ethan Frome again and more generatively (particularly from the perspective of Faulkner's experimentally acute imagination) in The Professor's House of 1925.
it does not produce a normative model to which others may look for guidance because of the rare and special qualities possessed by those able to generatively produce dharma.
A sense of generatively, investing yourself in something that will outlive you
Complex organizations can respond generatively to subgroups and societal forces by focusing on the issues underlying the observable symptoms or behaviors (Senge, 1990).
I had never taught generatively before and I felt like I was sitting backwards in my desk.
Design conversation integrates different types of discourse to ensure a communicative method focused on nurturing human values and human quality while enabling the participants to generatively create an 'ideal' of the new human activity system and then translate the 'ideal' into reality.
Growth plans are used by instructors to generatively design learning experiences and opportunities in the seminar; topics and questions come directly from the students themselves.

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