OTHER WORDS FROM normativenor·ma·tive·ly, adverbnor·ma·tive·ness, nounun·nor·ma·tive, adjective
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It was a set of normative decisions about how vaccines should be prioritized, formalized in the language of an algorithm.
It’s a sign that decades of media invisibility for non hetero-and-cis-normative people and their experiences are at long last giving way to an era of increased visibility.Nominees (and 2 winners) for 2021 Golden Globes announced|Troy Masters|February 3, 2021|Washington Blade
For five months, you did not have health services that were tending to people’s normative healthcare.
If the coronavirus continues to be as significant as it appears to be, we’re going to see health systems get overloaded and not be capable of responding to both the virus and normative health issues.
Any work that shakes up our heteronormative, cis-normative expectation as an audience to wake us up to politics of our given moment – and to me, the best drag does that – that’s what I’m really interested in.‘This Is Who I Am’ explores generational, physical distance|Patrick Folliard|December 26, 2020|Washington Blade
Common sense is not a just a normative judgment about wisdom, but a structural feature of any functioning organization.
“We are crushing it on the normative front,” the ever-blunt Ambassador Power declared.
Where Spreadsheets tries to track existing trends, Kahnoodle is more normative.Spreadsheets: The New App That Tracks Your Sex Life’s Ups and Downs|Filipa Ioannou|August 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As a result of violence being normative, sexuality here is also violent.
I finally said, “You know, HIV is transmittable by good old-fashioned, red-blooded, hetero-normative, married sex.”
Mathematics is often cited as an example of purely normative thinking dependent upon a priori canons and supra-empirical material.
Thus is answered the dispute whether logic is empirical or normative, psychological or regulative.
The structure of alleged normative a priori mathematics is in truth the crowned result of ages of toilsome experience.
They have both a eulogistic or normative sense, and a descriptive sense; a meaning de jure and a meaning de facto.Democracy and Education|John Dewey
It is the purity of the value-forms imagined in philosophy that makes philosophy "normative."Creative Intelligence|John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen