Are You a Developmentalist? Take the Test
Are You a Developmentalist?
Take a 2-minute test of your political developmentalism, and see your “transcendence and inclusion score.”
This simple test asks you to select your level of agreement or disagreement with twelve political statements. The test results will indicate your inclusivity score, your transcendence score, and the extent to which you are a developmentalist overall.
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What Does Being a Developmentalist Mean?
The developmental political perspective is described in various levels of complexity in the following links on this website:
What Are “transcendence and inclusion” scores?
Developmentalism strives to transcend the worst and include the best of American culture’s three major worldviews: progressivism, modernism, and traditionalism. Your “transcendence score” accordingly suggests the degree to which you have transcended these earlier worldviews and gained an “outside and above” perspective on American politics and culture. Your “inclusion score” conversely suggests the degree to which you include the enduring values of these earlier worldviews in your perspective, as well as your ability to recognize the interdependence of America’s overall cultural ecosystem.