Inclusive may refer to:
- Inclusion (disambiguation)
- inclusive disjunction, A or B or both
- inclusive fitness, in evolutionary theory, how many kin are supported including non-descendants
- inclusive interval (mathematics) includes its endpoints
- clusivity, in linguistics, whether "we" includes "you"
- inclusive tax rate includes taxes owed as part of the base
- Inclusivism, a form of religious pluralism.
Other articles related to "inclusive":
... The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is an independent centre and registered charity based in the United Kingdom which aims to promote inclusion in education ... As part of their work, they publish booklets on inclusive practice, and summaries of laws related to inclusion ...
... of Left Humanism," The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Vol ... Waning of Revolutionary Politics," The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Vol ... and ACLU Approved," The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Vol ...
... problem of naming, Edna Andrews says that using "inclusive" and "neutral" language is based upon the concept that "language represents thought, and may even control thought ... To be inclusive requires that no group ascribes to others what they must call themselves ... Inclusive adoption language is far more than an aesthetic matter of identity imagery that one embraces or rejects it can focus the fundamental issues and ideals of social justice ...
... promoting shared value were examined by the researchers ‘inclusive business models’ which aim to directly involve the poor in their value chains ‘complementary strategies ... organisations” to describe‘Inclusive business models’ as an umbrella term for a range of models ... Business with the Poor” examines over 50 inclusive business ventures and the partnership between World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and SNV (2008) which developed ...
Famous quotes containing the word inclusive:
“We are rarely able to interact only with folks like ourselves, who think as we do. No matter how much some of us deny this reality and long for the safety and familiarity of sameness, inclusive ways of knowing and living offer us the only true way to emancipate ourselves from the divisions that limit our minds and imaginations.”
—bell hooks (b. 1955)