Banaji, Shakuntala and Burn, Andrew and Buckingham, David
The rhetorics of creativity: a review of the literature.
Arts Council England, London.
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||Posing questions such as 'Is creativity an inevitable social good, invariably progressive, harmonious and collaborative; or is it capable of disruption, political critique and dissent, and even anti-social outcomes?', this review has strong implications for policy with regard to arts projects, educational institutions and creativity. Via rigorous philosophical and practical analysis of academic, policy and practitioner literature on the subject, this review identifies a distinct set of rhetorics of creativity (ROC) which can be of use for researchers and practitioners in the field of creative learning. It also identifies, contextualises and critiques a set of cross-cutting themes within contemporary rhetorics of creativity and proposes original ways in which these can be used in planning, evaluation and research Creative Partnerships programme
||Evidence based policy and practice , Cross-curricular
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