About the Journal

Creativity Studies publishes original research on communication within the creative society, survey articles and conference reports. More information ...


Current Issue

Journal uses continuous publication model. Current issue is in progress

Published: 2020-04-29

Articles

Page 246-256

A work of art in the space of network culture: creativity as bricolage

Aynur Safina, Liliana Gaynullina, Ekaterina Cherepanova
Abstract 524 | PDF Downloads 157

Page 257-269

Enhancing creativity and problem solving skills through creative problem solving in teaching mathematics

Madihah Khalid, Supiah Saad, Siti Rafiah Abdul Hamid, Muhammad Ridhuan Abdullah, Hasniza Ibrahim, Masitah Shahrill
Abstract 761 | PDF Downloads 283

Page 270-291

Creating students’ algorithmic selves: shedding light on social media’s representational affordances

Ignas Kalpokas, Emilija Sabaliauskaitė, Victoria Pegushina
Abstract 690 | PDF Downloads 123

Page 292-307

Page 308-324

Linguistic aspects as creativity expression in computer-mediated business communication

Irena Darginavičienė, Jelena Suchanova
Abstract 429 | PDF Downloads 111

Page 325-335

Manager as an artist: creative endeavour in crossing the borders of art and organizational discourse

Michał Szostak, Łukasz Sułkowski
Abstract 479 | PDF Downloads 137

Page 351-368

Page 369-386

How attitudes, vision and ability to capture opportunities affect startups’ business creativity

Pedro Palos-Sanchez, José Ramón Saura, Antonio Grilo, Rafael Robina Ramirez
Abstract 280 | PDF Downloads 171

Page 387-405

Crowdsourcing creativity in government: state of the field in the four research paradigms

Łukasz Sułkowski, Regina Lenart-Gansiniec, Svitlana Bilan
Abstract 206 | PDF Downloads 128

Page 419-436

The creativity of society making ritual becomes show art: transformation of ratok bawak meaning on Minangkabau society, Indonesia

Nurwani Nurwani, Bakhrul Khair Amal, Abdurahman Adisaputera, Muhammad Ridwan
Abstract 139 | PDF Downloads 60

Page 437-448

Kinesthesia: the creative condition for health communication

Joseph J. Pilotta
Abstract 135 | PDF Downloads 60

Page 449-459

Is it a smart city a creative place?

Emilian Gwiaździński, Dominika Kaczorowska-Spychalska, Luís Moreira Pinto
Abstract 146 | PDF Downloads 95

Page 460-476

Increasing potential of distribution channels for creative Thai hand-woven textile products in the digital economy

Supaporn Chai-Arayalert, Ketsaraporn Suttapong
Abstract 123 | PDF Downloads 51

Page 477-493

Upgrade of cybernetics in the context of developing creativity

Inna Vasylivna Knysh
Abstract 125 | PDF Downloads 74

Page 494-509

Innovation places: theoretical and methodological remarks for analysing metropolitan creativity and innovations

Krzysztof Bierwiaczonek, Grzegorz Gawron, Robert Pyka, Małgorzata Suchacka
Abstract 85 | PDF Downloads 69

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After seven years of partnership with Taylor & Francis in co-publishing of Creativity Studies, we are proud to announce that from 2018 Creativity Studies will be published by VGTU Press as an Open Access journal. All future articles will be published under a CC-BY 4.0 licence. All published papers are expected to be uploaded into the new journal system by the end of 2018 and will be accessible under the same CC-BY 4.0 licence. In the meantime you can find the journal archive on the Taylor & Francis platform http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tlim22

Currently, we are still in the process of improving our new journal system by uploading archives, and implementing tools to make the publishing process more effective. Such major changes require a lot of work and the VGTU Press team is dedicated to do their best through the transition period. Therefore, we appreciate your patience during this period, and we would be grateful for any feedback that will help improve the new system - to send your comments please e-mail eleidyba@vgtu.lt

We are confident that publishing the journal Open Access will increase its impact and reach, and we encourage all authors to submit their papers to Creativity Studies.