Under the guidance of Moeran and Christensen, the authors in this volume examine evaluative practices in the creative industries by exploring the processes surrounding the conception, design, manufacture, appraisal and use of creative goods. They describe the editorial choices made by different participants in a 'creative world', as they go about conceiving, composing or designing, performing or making, selling and assessing a range of cultural products. The study draws upon ethnographically rich case studies from companies as varied as Bang and Olufsen, Hugo Boss and Lonely Planet, in order to reveal the broad range of factors guiding and inhibiting creative processes. Some of these constraints are material and technical; others are social or defined by aesthetic norms. The authors explore how these various constraints affect creative work, and how ultimately they contribute to the development of creativity.
James C. Kaufman - Professor of Psychology and Founding Director of the Learning Research Institute, California State University at San Bernardino
Mark A. Runco - Torrance Professor, Creative Studies & Gifted Education, University of Georgia
Ulf Hannerz - Professor Emeritus, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University
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