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nor·ma·tive

(nōr'mă-tiv),
Pertaining to the normal or usual.
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The results showed that countries differed in the reported use and normativeness of physical punishment, and how it was related to children's adjustment.
Not every garden-variety misogynist will enact Lepine's murderous rampage, or would want to, but the normativeness of misogynist attitudes toward women makes the emergence of Lepine and confreres possible.
about the normality, or the normativeness, of a degree of progressive
From then through the Civil War, America's leading theological writers mixed, with varying degrees of self-consciousness, assumptions about the normativeness of republicanism in the political realm, the givenness of commonsense realism in the personal realm, and the timeless truthfulness of evangelical Protestant Christianity in the religious realm.
Thus, despite their distorted perceptions, students in School 2 were able to sense a greater degree of normativeness of alcohol use and smokeless tobacco use in their school compared to School 1 or School 3.
Among historians of China, one of the last decade's noisiest debates has centered on "sinicization," the presumed tendency of non-Chinese peoples drawn into Chinese politics and society to assimilate into Chinese normativeness.
Hobson is careful about trans-historicality, but he argues that it certainly did, even before Blake's time (he finds it in Chaucer's Pardoner), and his conviction that this is so may have something to do with his anxiety to associate toleration of it with resistance to social normativeness which for him (and he feels for Blake) is a more important issue to sort out than blow-jobs.
From these approaches, the nature and legitimacy of didactic knowledge and its relation to pedagogic practices based on comprehensiveness / normativeness tension are discussed.
82) This account identified ten features -- narrative diachronicity, particularity, intentional state entailments, hermeneutic composability, canonicity and breach, genericness, normativeness, context sensitivity and negotiability, and narrative accrual -- that, for present purposes, can be condensed to five.
Its normativeness consists in its advertising, its shrieking aloud, of the wearer's identity.
The same procedure was used by Bruns and Waterhouse (1975) to determine frequency and normativeness.
However, there are several constraints still, mainly dealing with organizational issues that refer to the management training of users, internal and institutional coordination, organizational development and normativeness.