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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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Advocative populist communication places the focus on the pure people's virtues and a populist actor's engagement to defend his or her interests against the out-groups.
(121) Thus, the body of empirical evidence about the effects of same-sex couples raising children is incomplete and very thin, and some of it is ideologically-tainted, advocative research.
It involves the types of claims that can be made in arguments, including definitive (about definition, or the meaning of terms), designative (about belief, or the questions of fact), evaluative (about normative judgment, or the worth of something that should or could exist) and advocative (about suggestion, or the view about what should or should not exist) (Dryzek and Berejikian, 1993).
These dimensions were aligned with each other from low (aversive) to high (advocative) assistive technology proficiency within the construct.
(122) Clearly, the individual prosecutors in Connick who failed to discharge their Brady obligations were absolutely immune from [section] 1983 damages liability in their individual capacities because their conduct was advocative in nature.
It is an advocative interpersonal process characterized by a reciprocal exchange of information (Finfgeld-Connett, 2005).
But, while I contend that the academic sphere of constitutional argument stands on its own and is every bit as significant and important as the advocative and judicial spheres, in the context of this particular Essay, I would be remiss if I did not make some attempt to account for the impact that these academic refinements have had on decisions rendered by the Supreme Court.
These cumulative effects of salts complexes and heavy metal in roots , including the other environmental stresses , are known to be mediated atleast partially , by an advocative enhanced generation of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)and free radicals.