Normative

Normative means relating to an ideal standard or model, or being based on what is considered to be the normal or correct way of doing something. Normative has specialized meanings in different academic disciplines such as philosophy, social sciences, and the law. == Philosophy == In philosophy, normative statements make claims about how things sho...
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Normative

(Lat. normatus, pp. of normo, square) Constituting a standard; regulative. Having to do with an established ideal. In scientific method: concerning those sciences which have subject-matters containing values, and which set up norms or rules of conduct, such as ethics, aesthetics, politics. The ideal formulation of any science. Opposite of empirica....
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normative

[adj] - relating to or dealing with norms 2. [adj] - based on or prescribing a norm or standard 3. [adj] - dealing with or based on norms
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normative

adjective relating to or dealing with norms; `normative discipline`; `normative samples`
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Normative

Based on value judgements.
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Normative

indicative of how things should or ought to be (as opposed to positive or descriptive).
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normative

Pertaining to the normal or usual. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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normative

Political analysis based on values, commitments and ideas.
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Normative

Refers to value judgments as to 'what ought to be,' in contrast to positive which is about 'what is.'
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normative

relating to or dealing with norms
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Normative

That which establishes rules and laws by comparison of facts.
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normative

Type: Term Pronunciation: nōr′mă-tiv Definitions: 1. Pertaining to the normal or usual.
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