Other examples: if one sought to convert the masses from an agrarian based economy to an industrial based economy, a plausible subversive tactic would be to threaten the populace with the certitude of starvation. Whereas a supraversive tactic would seek to incorporate the needs of the people in the process of changing from farming practices to factories by listening to concerns, explaining the benefits of the change and allowing the populace to voluntarily choose the better option. On a personal level it might mean writing a supraversive letter to a friend, with humor rather than belittling them for taking a job at Chevron instead of the local Farmer's Market.
The motivation behind using a supraversive tactic is that the end result is more often successful, and the effect lasts longer than a negative approach. Additionally, we all know from Mary Poppins' wisdom that a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.
supraversive is sometimes misspelled with the prefix "super" instead of "supra," meaning "above" or "beyond." antonym: subvert.