Normative in academic disciplines means relating to an ideal standard or model, and in particular a normative statement (or norm see below) is a statement that affirms how things should or ought to be, that is how to value them.
Normative disciplines include:
- Normative economics, a branch of economics that incorporates value judgments
- Normative jurisprudence, a branch of legal theory,
and in philosophy, see
Normative may also refer to:
- Normative assessment, in education, a type of test or evaluation
- Normative mineralogy, a geochemical mineralogy calculation
- Normative Aging Study
- Standardization, the process of developing and implementing technical standards sometimes called norms
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