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Joni Maya Cherbo & Harold L. Vogel

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Chapter 2: Recognition and Artistic Creativity

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Recognition and Artistic Creativity
Recognition and artistic creativity
Joni MayaCherbo and Harold L.Vogel

Is creativity defined simply by the innate capacities of individuals to discover and invent something new and different or also by how such innovation is received within a specific social context? While the first understanding of creativity is highly valued in the industrially developed world, there have been and remain many societies where other interpretations are the norm – as Bharucha's chapter has just argued. In contemporary society, artistic creativity is a high risk endeavour as well. Most artistic products fail to cover their investment let alone find recognition. Analsying the social context, the authors identify stages in the process of bringing an artistic work to fruition and illustrate the many social factors that ...

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