Differentiate between 'Normative Analysis' and 'Positive Analysis'.

In economics, other social sciences and philosophy, analysis of social phenomena based on one's own opinion(s) is referred to as normative analysis (what ought to be), as opposed to positive analysis, which is based on scientific observation (what materially is or is empirically
demonstrable).
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