Adjective(1) relating to or dealing with norms(2) pertaining to giving directives or rules
(1) I went in and looked, and paid my respects to a certain normative ideal.(2) The egoist's basic normative judgment is directed not to behaviours, but to his particular end.(3) To phrase the first insight simply, deviance will occur because of normative pluralism.(4) Machiavelli's aim was to give truthful advice, declining to allow normative judgements to interfere.(5) Nowadays Butler appears to confound normative ideals with something more absolute.(6) Power politics would freely degenerate into chaos and violence if there were not normative rules in place.(7) More frightening, though, was the use of asymmetries of will and of normative behaviour.(8) Borders of lifestyles are specified, rather than normative standards of living.(9) So completely normative is this notion of clock-time that everyone in this busy age seems to be run by it.(10) There is a tension between the interior of the characters and their normative lives.(11) Thus what they say mutates into the normative truths of a culture.(12) As we have seen, the normative expectation is that a wife's primary commitment will be to her husband and her home.(13) Thus, with the test, when you buy it, you will get a booklet of normative scores, or norms.(14) They will expect the author to work toward a normative standard in theory and practice.(15) He is backing a proposal whose purpose is to destroy normative values of behaviour.(16) Whether it is normative or not depends largely on whether it will gain wide acceptance.
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