## Norm vs Discourse - What's the difference?
norm | discourse |
## As a proper noun is . |

## norm## English## Etymology 1From (etyl) norme, from (etyl), from (etyl) .
## Noun(en noun)
(wikipedia norm)
*Unemployment is the***norm**in this part of the country.
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*Not eating your children is just one of those societal***norms**.
## Hyponyms* (mathematics) absolute value, p -adic absolute value, trivial absolute value
## Derived terms* * * absolute norm * adnorm * age norm * Banach norm * basic norm * Bombieri norm * Chebyshev norm * complex norm * copynorm * * C^{r }-norm
* cross norm
* Dedekind-Hasse norm
* dual norm
* ethical norm
* Euclidean matrix norm
* Euclidean norm
* Euclidean vector norm
* exonorm
* extended norm
* field norm
* flat norm
* four-vector norm
* Frobenius matrix norm
* Frobenius norm
* Frobenius norm function
* grandmaster norm
* graph norm
* Hardy norm
* Hilbert-Schmidt norm
* ideological norm
* induced norm
* ?-norm
* integral flat norm
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* L-infinity norm
* mass norm
* matrix F -norm
* matrix norm
* matrix p -norm
* maximum absolute row column norm
* maximum absolute row sum norm
* maximum norm
* metric induced by a norm
* minimum norm property
* Minkowski norm
* moral norm
* natural norm
* normable
* normed
* norm form
* norm function
* normic form
* normie
* normless
* normlessness
* norm of an ideal
* norm of communism
* norm of disinterestedness
* norm of organized skepticism
* norm of reaction
* norm of reciprocity
* norm of universalism
* norm-referenced
* norm-referencing
* norm-residue
* norm resolvent convergence
* norm theorem
* nuclear norm
* operator norm
* p -adic norm
* peremptory norm
* p -norm
* polynomial bar norm
* polynomial bracket norm
* polynomial norm
* pseudonorm
* quaternion norm
* reduced norm
* regular norm
* relative norm
* semi-norm, seminorm
* sexual norm
* social norm
* spectral norm
* spinor norm
* spinorial norm
* statistical norm
* subordinate norm
* sup norm, sup-norm
* supremum norm
* tobacco-free social norm
* T-norm, t-norm
* trace norm
* uniform norm
* vector norm
* vector p -norm
## Etymology 2## Derived terms* norming## See also* normalize, normalise## External links* *## Anagrams* ---- |
## discourse## English(wikipedia discourse)
## Noun1847 , , (Jane Eyre), Chapter XVIII *Two or three of the gentlemen sat near him, and I caught at times scraps of their conversation across the room. At first I could not make much sense of what I heard; for the***discourse**of Louisa Eshton and Mary Ingram, who sat nearer to me, confused the fragmentary sentences that reached me at intervals.
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*The preacher gave us a long***discourse**on duty.
*difficult, strange, and harsh to the***discourses**of natural reason
*Sure he that made us with such large***discourse**, / Looking before and after, gave us not / That capability and godlike reason / To rust in us unused.
2007 , Christine L. Marran, Poison Woman: Figuring Female Transgression in Modern Japanese Culture (page 137) *Furthermore, it should be recalled from the previous chapter that criminological***discourse**of the 1930s deemed every woman a potential criminal, implicitly including the domestic woman.
2008 , Jane Anna Gordon, Lewis Gordon, A Companion to African-American Studies (page 308) *But equally important to the emergence of uniquely African-American queer***discourses**is the refusal of African-American movements for liberation to address adequately issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
*Good Captain Bessus, tell us the***discourse**/ Betwixt Tigranes and our king, and how / We got the victory.
## Synonyms* (expression in words) communication, expression
* (verbal exchange) debate, conversation, discussion, talk
* (formal lengthy exposition of some subject) dissertation, lecture, sermon, study, treatise
* (rational expression) ratiocination
## Derived terms* direct discourse * indirect discourse## Verb(discours)
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## Synonyms* (engage in discussion or conversation) converse, talk
* (write or speak formally and at length)
## Derived terms* discourser## See also* essay |