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Part I. Working with Creativity.- 1. Creativity at Work: Themes, Issues and Challenges; Lee Martin.- Measuring Creativity at Work; Xavier Caroff, Justine Massu, Todd Lubart.- 3. Creativity in the Context of Multiple Goals; Kerrie Unsworth.- 4. An Exploration of the Tension between Tradition and Innovation; Simon Poole.- 5. Mysteries of Creative Process: Explorations at Work and in Daily Life; Terri Goslin-Jones, Ruth Richards.- 6. "Yeah, that's what I am now": Affordances, Action and Creative Identity; Mary Kay Culpepper.- 7. "Dropping out and working": The vocational Narratives of Creative Graduates; Scott Brook, Roberta Comunian.- Part II. Putting Creativity to Work.- 8. Creativity and the Web of Life; Jonathan Milne.- 9. Creativity and the Visual Arts; Peter Adsett, Mary Alice Lee.- 10. Social-Creativity-in-Practice: The theory is the Practice; Alice Wilson Milne.- 11. Exploring Creative Research Methodologies in the Humanities; Toby Young.- 12. Sharing or Integration: Rethinking the Localization of Co-working Spaces in Shanghai; Weiyi Wu.- 13. Enhancing Creativity through Workspace Design; Louise Suckley, John Nicholson.- 14. The Darkness In Janusian Thinking: Considering the Relationship between Creativity in the Workplace and Employee Well-being; Michael Mustafa, Hazel Melanie Ramos.- 15. Creativity: Transformation of Adversity; Alia Weston and J. Miguel Imas.- Part III. Working in the Creative Economy.- 16. "Hopeful Work" and the Creative Economy; David Wright.- 17. Creativity as Development: Discourse, Ideology and Practice; Jonathan Vickery.- 18. Women Entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia: Creative Responses to Gendered Opportunities; Deema Sonbol.- 19. The Meta-Poetics of Creative Labour in the University; Penny Newell.- 20. Creativity and the Law; Tanya Aplin.- 21. Entrepreneurship and Creativity Education in China: Reflections from an Experience-based Approach to an Introductory Module in Entrepreneurship; Tori Y. Huang, Felix Arndt.- 22. "Essential-Passion for Music": Affirming, Critiquing and Practicing Passionate Work in Creative Industries; Toby Bennett.- 23. Entrepreneurship in Music and the Goldilocks Principle: "Highway to Hell" or "Together Forever"?; Nick Wilson.- Part IV: Making Creativity Work.- 24. Valuable Creativity: Rediscovering Purpose; Chris Bilton.- 25. Creativity Off the Clock: Re-conceptualizing Creative Careers; Jonathan Gross.- 26. Embedding an Everyday Culture of Creativity: Making Creativity Work in a University Context; Laura Speers, Nick Wilson.- 27. Social Media and the Future of Creativity at Work; Chris James Carter.- 28. Creativity at Work and Sustainable Product Development: Practitioner Perspectives from the Clothing Industry; Helen Goworek, Lynn Oxborrow, Angharad McLaren, Stella Claxton, Tim Cooper, Helen Hill.- 29. Disruption on the Dancefloor: Understanding Creativity as Openness and Emergence; Brigid McClure.- 30. Making Creativity Work: Marking Out New Territories; Birgit Wildt.- 31. Creativity at Work - Who Cares? Towards an Ethics of Creativity as a Structured Practice of Care; Nick Wilson.
Lee Martin is Associate Professor of Creativity in the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies, University of Warwick, UK. His research critically explores the nature of creativity and the creative process, as well as understanding how to develop sustainable creative practices and cultures. Nick Wilson is Reader in Creativity, Arts & Cultural Management at the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College London, where he founded the MA in Arts & Cultural Management. His research focuses on cultural opportunities: what are they, who has them, and how can they be supported and enabled for human flourishing?