Awhile ago I came across a description of Emotivism/Constructivism that actually coincided with something I've observed in real life! Imagine that!
The idea was that Emotivists "speak in two voices": that when discussing "business" topics, they speak in a low, monotone voice, but when discussing "other" topics their voices become "higher" and "more emotional". It is as if they "switch" from one "mode" to another.
Constructivists, on the other hand, "speak in one voice". Whether discussing "business" or "other" topics, they speak in the same voice. There is no "switching" between "modes".
Sorry for the shitty explanation, the person who originally described the dichotomy in this manner did a much better job than I did.
Anyway, the reason I made this topic is because I can't fucking find that description! I clearly remember reading this information, but I have no clue as to where I found it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!