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project
WORLDVIEW
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**This
program is designed for two real people to use in comparing their worldviews based on
the choices they make when presented a deck of 52 Choices We Make playing
cards (or booklet) with different worldview theme choices on each side (or in each
frame). In what follows, you and your friend will be referred to as Person #1 and Person
#2. If there is no second real person, instead of this program you should
instead use the one person "Choices We Make Worldview Analysis--Expanded"
program. * This expanded program will compare your worldview with
twelve generic worldviews and provide % correlation scores. It also flags inconsistencies in
worldviews which this basic program does not. *N**

** Before Running This Program: **

This program is intended for use
with the *Choices We Make* playing cards or booklet that we provide for use in characterizing
worldviews. Follow the activity instructions...With cards, worldview themes you prefer
are placed up (so that the theme you don't prefer is down) in various
piles--where the number of cards in each pile is constrained. (Note just use the
scorecard if you have the booklet only.) A few cards where you have
no preference go in a separate pile. So you make three piles of cards: as
follows: in pile #1 put cards for which you have a very strong preference (20
cards);
in pile #2 put cards for which you have a definite
but not as strong preference (20 cards); in
pile #3 put cards for which you have no strong preference or are not applicable
(12 cards)

To use this program
you will need to assemble input data. Both on the
scorecard and later in data entry below...

a) ...for pile #1 / very strong
preference cards, enter a "10"
for the themes you have facing up; enter a "0" for the themes have
have facing down"
-- Note: you don't actually need to enter this second face down card score as "0"
when using the keyboard for input below as 0 = default
value!

b) ...for pile #2 / strong preference cards, enter a "8" for the themes
you have facing up; enter a "2" for the themes you have facing
down

c) ...for pile #3 cards, enter a score of 5 for each theme.

Lacking the cards or the booklet you can click on the choice
links below for more information regarding
these paired worldview theme choices. Note you'll need to do this before you start running the
program -- if you click on these links while running the program and inputting
scores its execution will halt!

2) Running This Program:
This program has three parts:
1) input data for Person #1, 2) input data for Person #2, 3) receive % correlation as output and interpret |

**==>CAUTION: Use the
mouse or TAB key to advance as you enter input--DO NOT USE THE ENTER KEY!**

**PART ONE: INPUT DATA**

INSTRUCTIONS: After completing assessment of all of the worldview themes and entering scores on a scorecard, both Person #1 and Person #2 will proceed as directed below.

**Person #1 Input**

**choice
#4****6 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#4****7 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#4****8 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#4****9 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#5****0 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#5****1 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#5****2 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**Person #2
Input**

**choice #1 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#2 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#3 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#4 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#5 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#6 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#7****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#8****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#9 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #10 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #11 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #12 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #13 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #14 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #15 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #16 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #17 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #18 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice #19 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#20 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#21 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#22 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#23 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#24 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#25 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#26 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#27 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#28 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#29 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#30 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#31 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#32 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#33 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#34 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#35 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#36 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#37 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#38 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#39 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#40 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#41 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#42 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#43 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#44 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****45 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****46 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****47 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****48
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****49 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****50 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****51 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

**choice
#****52 ****
**(note: the two scores below must add up to 10 or the input will be
invalid)

(SCROLL DOWN TO SEE RESULTS)

**For The Worldviews of =and =
**

**%
CORRELATION
Your ****Worldviews
Correlation Score =%
**

+ 100 % ( greatest possible correlation between the worldviews) to

- 100 % ( least possible correlation between the worldviews)

very large + scores ( > 50%) indicate a substantial amount of positive correlation

-- scores ( < 0%) indicate some degree of negative correlation

very large - scores ( < --50%) indicate a substantial amount of negative correlation