Generativity is the desire to contribute to the well-being of future generations


Generativity is the desire to contribute to the well-being of future generations–to think beyond the self. Erikson identified generativity versus stagnation as the key psychological conflict for middle adulthood. Generativity begins in early adulthood but expands greatly in middle age. Consider the following questions:
What personal and cultural forces might motivate generativity?
Why does it increase and contribute vitally to favorable adjustment in midlife?
What are acts of generativity you have performed? Describe and explain how they fit the definition of generativity. Classify them as (a) biological and /or parental generativity, (b) work generativity, or (c) cultural generativity as discussed in the lecture video for chapter 15.
Requirements:
Initial posts should be a minimum of 250 words and are due .
https://kingsborough.yuja.com/V/Video?v=4999265&node=17099124&a=1134213085&autoplay=1
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/vsrr/VSRR10-508.pdf

https://kingsborough.yuja.com/V/Video?v=4999493&node=17100004&a=751982605&autoplay=1

https://kingsborough.yuja.com/V/Video?v=4999332&node=17099450&a=345190431&autoplay=1


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