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Opis: Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity - Michael Hanchett Hanson, Michael Hanchett Hanson

Creativity is something that everyone talks about but how did this concept originate? With roots in nineteenth century philosophy, our current idea of creativity has emerged largely from psychological theories since the early twentieth century. Michael Hanchett Hanson has woven together the history of the development of the psychological theories of creativity with social constructivist views of power dynamics and pragmatic insights into the use of this powerful concept. Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity provides an engaging and thought-provoking analysis of interest to anyone who uses the idea of creativity, from psychologists and philosophers to artists, educators and business leaders. 'To understand the psychology of creativity one needs to understand first the history and social contexts in which the study of creativity originated. Michael Hanchett Hanson's book offers us an invaluable, scholarly reading of creativity as a powerful ideology. As masterfully shown here, this ideology is both intelligible by yesterday's ways of worldmaking and calls for a deep reflection on the role and function of creativity for tomorrow's world-in-the-making.' - Vlad Petre Glaveanu, Associate Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark, Editor, Europe's Journal of Psychology, author of Thinking Through Culture and Creativity: An Integrative Model 'Though creativity poses as a natural phenomenon, it has a history. In this incisive genealogy-spanning psychology and education, philosophy and cultural studies-Michael Hanchett Hanson reconstructs the shifting functions of this central concept. What emerges is not only the story of a concept and a discipline, but a history of ourselves.' - Chris Higgins, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Philosophy of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Editor, Educational Theory, author of The Good Life of Teaching: An Ethics of Professional Practice 'Michael Hanchett Hanson's engaging and critical history of theories of creativity will be useful for practitioners and scholars. His focus on the ways we use theories of creativity to construct ourselves and our worlds is itself innovative, as well as pragmatic and thought-provoking.' - Mary Catherine Bateson, author of Composing a LifePreface: Teaching and Learning Introduction: Our Concept of Change 1. Creativity at Large: Functions and Controversies 2. Ideation: The 'Box' and Its Discontents 3. Worldmaking: Functions and Technologies of the Creative 'Box' 4. Self-Actualization: The Pursuit of Potential 5. Worldmaking: Functions and Technologies of Actualization 6. Development: Lifelong Journeys 7. Sociocultural Dynamics: Changing Worlds 8. Worldmaking: The Emerging Participatory Synthesis 9. Worldmaking 2.0: Our Evolving Ideology Final Note: 'The Year We Killed Creativity'


Szczegóły: Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity - Michael Hanchett Hanson, Michael Hanchett Hanson

Tytuł: Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity
Autor: Michael Hanchett Hanson, Michael Hanchett Hanson
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137408044
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 288
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.45 kg


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Creativity is something that everyone talks about but how did this concept originate? With roots in nineteenth century philosophy, our current idea of creativity has emerged largely from psychological theories since the early twentieth century. Michael Hanchett Hanson has woven together the history of the development of the psychological theories of creativity with social constructivist views of power dynamics and pragmatic insights into the use of this powerful concept. Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity provides an engaging and thought-provoking analysis of interest to anyone who uses the idea of creativity, from psychologists and philosophers to artists, educators and business leaders. 'To understand the psychology of creativity one needs to understand first the history and social contexts in which the study of creativity originated. Michael Hanchett Hanson's book offers us an invaluable, scholarly reading of creativity as a powerful ideology. As masterfully shown here, this ideology is both intelligible by yesterday's ways of worldmaking and calls for a deep reflection on the role and function of creativity for tomorrow's world-in-the-making.' - Vlad Petre Glaveanu, Associate Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark, Editor, Europe's Journal of Psychology, author of Thinking Through Culture and Creativity: An Integrative Model 'Though creativity poses as a natural phenomenon, it has a history. In this incisive genealogy-spanning psychology and education, philosophy and cultural studies-Michael Hanchett Hanson reconstructs the shifting functions of this central concept. What emerges is not only the story of a concept and a discipline, but a history of ourselves.' - Chris Higgins, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Philosophy of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Editor, Educational Theory, author of The Good Life of Teaching: An Ethics of Professional Practice 'Michael Hanchett Hanson's engaging and critical history of theories of creativity will be useful for practitioners and scholars. His focus on the ways we use theories of creativity to construct ourselves and our worlds is itself innovative, as well as pragmatic and thought-provoking.' - Mary Catherine Bateson, author of Composing a LifePreface: Teaching and Learning Introduction: Our Concept of Change 1. Creativity at Large: Functions and Controversies 2. Ideation: The 'Box' and Its Discontents 3. Worldmaking: Functions and Technologies of the Creative 'Box' 4. Self-Actualization: The Pursuit of Potential 5. Worldmaking: Functions and Technologies of Actualization 6. Development: Lifelong Journeys 7. Sociocultural Dynamics: Changing Worlds 8. Worldmaking: The Emerging Participatory Synthesis 9. Worldmaking 2.0: Our Evolving Ideology Final Note: 'The Year We Killed Creativity'

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Szczegóły: Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity - Michael Hanchett Hanson, Michael Hanchett Hanson

Tytuł: Worldmaking: Psychology and the Ideology of Creativity
Autor: Michael Hanchett Hanson, Michael Hanchett Hanson
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137408044
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 288
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.45 kg


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