Definition of effectivity in English:

effectivity

noun

See effective

  • ‘First, none of these critics of a commonsense doctrine of agency deny that the subject or representations of the subject exert significant effects, nor do they deny the subject a kind of social effectivity or agency.’
  • ‘He argues that local media forms are important sense-making mechanisms, operating at the level of personal effectivity, for assimilating the constantly changing media-scape.’
  • ‘The effectivity of masquerade lies precisely in its potential to manufacture a distance from the image, to generate a problematic within which the image is manipulable, producible, and readable by the woman.’
  • ‘Configuration management primarily tracks changes, identifies revisions, and controls effectivity.’
  • ‘She also examines the speed of the net, applying it to arguments about the effectivity of hate speech.’

Pronunciation

effectivity

/ɪfɛkˈtɪvɪti/