normative : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a relating to or dealing with norms
- a pertaining to giving directives or rules
- But God's crucifixion and resurrection as Jesus are all normative in Christianity.
- They "take Alexis de Tocqueville's essentially empirical description of American exceptionalism and celebrate the traits of this exceptionalism as normative values to be .
- From a Conservative point of view, we try to recognize that although halakha truly is binding on Jews (normative), many people are unwilling to dive into being Shomer Mitzvot (as .
News & Articles
- Audio-Digest Foundation Announces the Release of Psychology Volume 02, Issue 08: Sexual Abuse of Children
Stephon Proctor, PhD, Postdoctoral Pediatric Psychology Fellow, Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA, presented on Prevalence, Barriers in reporting, Normative and non-normative behaviors, Prevention, and Current treatments. (PRWeb July 08, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10900813.htm
July 8, 2013 - PRWeb
- Gabi Ashkenazi in Sydney Morning Herald
The vast majority of the Judea and Samaria residents are normative people,General Ashkenazi said. "Unfortunately, a small por-tion of them are not so. I am saddened by some of the recent remarks, which are very much against the Jewish...
- Eli Yishai in Ynetnews
I unequivocally reject the attempt to focus a state-sponsored campaign on a delusional minority that suffers from a normative defect,Yishai said, "Jerusalem and Amsterdam are the same for these people. Therefore, those who fail to...
- Tim Wu in New York Times
The normative message is that it is wrong to block the Internet,said Tim Wu, a professor at Columbia Law School who is the chairman of Free Press, an advocacy group that filed the complaint about Comcast for which Mr. Martin is proposing a...