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able +‎ normative



ablenormative (comparative more ablenormative, superlative most ablenormative)

  1. Exhibiting, characteristic of, or related to ablenormativity.
    • 2016, Carol Bacchi, Susan Goodwin, Poststructural Policy: Analysis A Guide to Practice[1], page 79:
      It produces two subject positions: a “disabled development subject” and an “ablenormative development subject”.
    • 2016, Lydia X. Z. Brown, "Legal Ableism, Interrupted: Developing Tort Law & Policy Alternatives to Wrongful Birth & Wrongful Life Claims", in Disability Studies Quarterly, Volume 38, Number 2, Spring 2018:
      If we were to adopt the values that Davidson articulates, we would need to change the fundamental social conditions that currently maintain scarcity of resources and uphold ablenormative standards for education, labor, and other aspects of life.
    • 2021, Ryan Lee Cartwright, Peculiar Places: A Queer Crip History of White Rural Nonconformity[2], page 27:
      At the heart of the early twentieth-century US pastoral was a nostalgic, heteronormative, and ablenormative vision of the rural white American family as the natural embodiment of national social ideals: []