Normative ethical relativism is a theory, which claims that there are no universally valid moral principles. Normative ethical relativism theory says that the moral rightness and wrongness of actions varies from society to society and that there are no absolute universal moral standards binding on all men at all times.
Normative relativism is a philosophical term that envelopes the adopted reasoning that the effect of any given cause is different for each and every individual. In response to this phenomena, individuals are not measured by the same instruments in regards to ethics. Each and every individual has their own set of ethics and therefore individuals should except the fact that any given topic is viewed differently but not incorrectly by each and every individual.