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  • Creative audience - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Consensual assessment Constant probability of success Continuum of adaptive creative behaviour Contrarianism Converging thinking Creative audience Creative class Creative ecosystem Creative environment Creative industries Creative person Creative process Creative product Creative productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative audience An audience that uses the novel acts

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  • Creative class - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative class Creative class is a term coined by Florida 2002 to describe a leading social class in post industrial society in which creativity has became the driving force of economic and cultural growth Florida 2002 described the class structure in the U S in the 1990s as follows Creative class including Super Creative Class and a broader group of creative professionals Working Class Service Class and Agricultural Class According to Florida 2002 69 the Super Creative Core of Creative Class includes scientists and engineers actors designers and architects as well as the thought leaders of modern society nonfiction writers editors cultural figures think tank researchers analysts and other opinion makers whose economic function is to create new ideas new technology and or new creative content ibid 8 Creative professionals include people engaged in complex problem solving that involves a great deal or independent judgement and requires high levels of education and human capital Florida 2002 estimated that members of the creative class make up 38 percent of the nation

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  • Creative ecosystem - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Converging thinking Creative audience Creative class Creative ecosystem Creative environment Creative industries Creative person Creative process Creative product Creative productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative ecosystem The entire system from which creative activity emerges including three basic elements the centrally involved creative person s the

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  • Creative environment - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    References Creativity Links Creative environment A creative environment is defined as the physical social and cultural environment in which creative activity occurs Sternberg and Grigorenko 1997 Harrington 1999 These include zones of concentration and absorption Some researches argue that it easier to enhance creativity by changing conditions in the environment than by trying to make people think more creatively Czikszentmihalyi 1996 1 Arieti 1976 introduced the term creativogenic society to describe a type of society that enhances creativity Simonton 1999 who used quantitative methods found four characteristics of a supportive social environment enabling the flourishing of creativity domain activity intellectual receptiveness ethnic diversity and political openness Florida 2002 came to similar conclusions in this research in his study of creative cities i e broad social cultural and geographical milieu conducive to creativity One of the characteristics of creative people is that they tend to deliberately chose or construct an environment conducive to creativity As Simonton 1994 417 notes Thinkers like Confucius wandered around the court of China looking for a prince who would favor their ideas Similar peregrinations are commonplace in the history of civilization Ionian Greek philosophers artists of the Italian Renaissance American writers of the lost generation and

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  • Creative industries - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Creative person Creative process Creative product Creative productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative industries Creative industries or sometimes the creative economy refers to a set of interlocking industry sectors and are often cited as being a growing part of the global economy The creative industries

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  • Creative person - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    of success Continuum of adaptive creative behaviour Contrarianism Converging thinking Creative audience Creative class Creative ecosystem Creative environment Creative industries Creative person Creative process Creative product Creative productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative person The study of the creative person includes the following major topics

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  • Creative process - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    thinking Creative audience Creative class Creative ecosystem Creative environment Creative industries Creative person Creative process Creative product Creative productivity Creative seeds Creative services Creativity and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative process The study of the creative process includes the following major topics a characteristics of the creative process b stages of

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  • Creative product - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    and leadership Creativity as a cultural construction Creativity research Creativity techniques Creativity a history of the word Creativogenic society Creatology Curiosity References Creativity Links Creative product The essential aspect of creativity the creative product may take a variety of forms because creativity occurs in virtually any domain of human activity As Plucker and Renzulli 1999 44 put it The importance of creative product emerged in response to perceived needs for external criteria to which researchers could compare other methods of measuring creativity for the purpose of establishing validity However an absolute and indisputable criterion of creativity is not really available hence the criterion problem The most common method for the measurement of products utilizes the ratings of external judges who are experts in a given domain Consensual assessment technique CAT is an example of this approach There have been attempts to establish attributes of form and content which distinguish great creative works from ordinary ones Thus Simonton 1984 used quantitative methods to explore 15 618 themes in the classical musical repertoire and found a positive relationship between thematic fame and melodic originality He also studied 81 plays created by five of the world s most famous dramatists Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides

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