Primary and secondary creativity
作者: Mark A RuncoRonald A Beghetto
作者单位: 1American Institute of Behavioral Research & Technology, California, United States
2University of Connecticut, United States
刊名: Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 2019, Vol.27 , pp.7-10
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2018.08.011
原始语种摘要: Who decides what counts as creative? Although most creativity researchers would acknowledge that both individuals and broader social audiences can offer interpretations about creativity, the way in which researchers tend to conceptualize and study creativity typically focuses on either an individual or a social perspective. Those who focus on individual interpretations may treat the social superficially (if at all), whereas those who focus on social judgments risk minimizing or erasing the role of the individual. Consequently, the question of `Creativity for whom?’ too often divides creativity research. In this article, we briefly review recent work in the field of creativity studies that falls along the lines of personal and social judgments of creativity. We introduce an integrative...
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • creativity 创新
  • social 群居的
  • personal 个人
  • individual 个体
  • focus 焦点
  • secondary 二次的
  • often 往往
  • minimizing 极小化
  • question 问题
  • review 复审