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Creative License

Author : Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb
ISBN : 9783709160237
Genre : Psychology
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The time is ripe, more than fifty years after the publication of the magnum opus by Perls, Hefferline & Goodman, to publish a book on the topic of cre ativity in Gestalt therapy. The idea for this book was conceived in March 2001, on the island of Sicily, at the very first European Conference of Gestalt Therapy Writers of the European Association [or Gestalt Therapy. Our start ing point was an article on art and creativity in Gestalt therapy, which was presented there by one of the editors, and illuminated by a vision, held by the other editor, of bringing together colleagues from around the world to contribute to a qualified volume on the subject of creativity within the realm of Gestalt therapy. We wanted to continue the professional discourse inter nationally and capture the synergetic effects of experienced colleagues' re flections on various aspects of our chosen subject. Moreover, we intended to explore how the theoretical reflection of one's practice can inspire effective interventions and, vice versa, how the discussion of practical experiences can shape new theoretical directions. Hence, our aim in this book is to create a forum on the concept of creativ ity in Gestalt therapy.
Category: Psychology

Creative License

Author : Kembrew McLeod
ISBN : 9780822348757
Genre : Law
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Draws on interviews with more than 100 musicians, managers, lawyers, journalists, and scholars to critique the music industry s approach to digital sampling.
Category: Law

The Creative License

Author : Danny Gregory
ISBN : 1401307922
Genre : Self-Help
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When Danny Gregory's life was turned upside down by tragedy, he learned to cope by teaching himself to draw. The result was a complete transformation of his life, his priorities, his career, and the way he saw the world. In handwritten chapters full of his lush watercolor illustrations, Danny now offers readers a program for reconnecting to their own creative energies, using drawing as an example. He gently instructs us in the art of allowing ourselves to fail, giving up the expectation of perfection and opening our eyes to the beauty around us. The result is the permission to express ourselves fully and take part in the creative process without fear. Artist or not, readers of all stripes will find inspiration in this unique and beautiful book.
Category: Self-Help

Creative License

Author : James Charnley
ISBN : 9780718843205
Genre : Art
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""On the road up to the University, the gleaming new purpose-built Leeds Polytechnic awaited the arrival of the students and staff of the art college. All the latest facilities were in place. The only thing missing was any concept of what to expect."" 'Creative License' describes what happened next and the continuum leading up to this moment. In this ground-breaking study, James Charnley reveals the personalities and events that ignited an explosion of radical creativity such that a contemporary observer, Patrick Heron, could describe Leeds College of Art as ""an unprecedented inventive powerh.
Category: Art

Media Franchising

Author : Derek Johnson
ISBN : 9780814743898
Genre : Social Science
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"Johnson astutely reveals that franchises are not Borg-like assimilation machines, but, rather, complicated ecosystems within which creative workers strive to create compelling 'shared worlds.' This finely researched, breakthrough book is a must-read for anyone seeking a sophisticated understanding of the contemporary media industry." —Heather Hendershot, author of What's Fair on the Air?: Cold War Right-Wing Broadcasting and the Public Interest While immediately recognizable throughout the U.S. and many other countries, media mainstays like X-Men, Star Trek, and Transformers achieved such familiarity through constant reincarnation. In each case, the initial success of a single product led to a long-term embrace of media franchising—a dynamic process in which media workers from different industrial positions shared in and reproduced familiar cultureacross television, film, comics, games, and merchandising. In Media Franchising, Derek Johnson examines the corporate culture behind these production practices, as well as the collaborative and creative efforts involved in conceiving, sustaining, and sharing intellectual properties in media work worlds. Challenging connotations of homogeneity, Johnson shows how the cultural and industrial logic of franchising has encouraged media industries to reimagine creativity as an opportunity for exchange among producers, licensees, and evenconsumers. Drawing on case studies and interviews with media producers, he reveals the meaningful identities, cultural hierarchies, and struggles for distinction that accompany collaboration within these production networks. Media Franchising provides a nuanced portrait of the collaborative cultural production embedded in both the media industries and our own daily lives.
Category: Social Science

Creative Commons A User Guide

Author : Simone Aliprandi
ISBN : 9781446165577
Genre : Copyright
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Here is an operational manual which guides creators step by step in the world of Creative Commons licenses, the most famous and popular licenses for free distribution of intellectual products. Without neglecting useful conceptual clarifications, the author goes into technical details of the tools offered by Creative Commons, thus making them also understandable for total neophytes. This is a fundamental book for all those who are interested in the opencontent and copyleft world.This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.
Category: Copyright

Creative Confidence

Author : Tom Kelley
ISBN : 9780385349376
Genre : Business & Economics
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IDEO founder and Stanford d.school creator David Kelley and his brother Tom Kelley, IDEO partner and the author of the bestselling The Art of Innovation, have written a powerful and compelling book on unleashing the creativity that lies within each and every one of us. Too often, companies and individuals assume that creativity and innovation are the domain of the "creative types." But two of the leading experts in innovation, design, and creativity on the planet show us that each and every one of us is creative. In an incredibly entertaining and inspiring narrative that draws on countless stories from their work at IDEO, the Stanford d.school, and with many of the world's top companies, David and Tom Kelley identify the principles and strategies that will allow us to tap into our creative potential in our work lives, and in our personal lives, and allow us to innovate in terms of how we approach and solve problems. It is a book that will help each of us be more productive and successful in our lives and in our careers.
Category: Business & Economics

101 Social Media Tactics For Nonprofits

Author : Melanie Mathos
ISBN : 9781118218891
Genre : Business & Economics
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The ultimate social media field guide for nonprofits—with101 ways to engage supporters, share your mission, and inspireaction using the social web 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits features 101actionable tactics that nonprofits can start using today, and mostof the featured resources are free. Broken down into five keyareas, this unique guide explains the steps and tools needed toimplement each tactic, and provides many real-life examples of hownonprofits are using the tactics. With this book as your guide, you'll learn how leading nonprofitprofessionals around the world are leveraging social media toengage constituents, communicate their cause, and deliver on theirmission. Presents immediately useful ideas for relevant impact on yourorganization's social presence so you can engage with supporters innew and inventive ways Features 101 beginner to intermediate-level tactics withreal-life examples Offers a workable format to help nonprofits discover new waysof deploying their strategy Includes nonprofit social media influencers from leadingnonprofits around the world including National Wildlife Federation,March of Dimes, and The Humane Society Nonprofits know they need to start engaging with supportersthrough social media channels. This field guide to social mediatactics for nonprofits will feature 101 beginner tointermediate-level tactics with real-life examples to helpnonprofits discover new ways of deploying their strategy andmeeting their social media objectives.
Category: Business & Economics

Teaching For Wisdom Intelligence Creativity And Success

Author : Robert J. Sternberg
ISBN : 1412964539
Genre : Education
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Based on an extensive research, this practical teaching resource provides instructional and assessment guidelines for strengthening students’ higher-order thinking and reasoning skills.
Category: Education

Globalized Arts

Author : J. P. Singh
ISBN : 9780231519199
Genre : Business & Economics
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Our interactive world can take a creative product, such as a Hollywood film, Bollywood song, or Latin American telenovela, and transform it into a source of cultural anxiety. What does this artwork say about the artist or the world she works in? How will these artworks evolve in the global market? Film, music, television, and the performing arts enter the same networks of exchange as other industries, and the anxiety they produce informs a fascinating area of study for art, culture, and global politics. Focusing on the confrontation between global politics and symbolic creative expression, J. P. Singh shows how, by integrating themselves into international markets, entertainment industries give rise to far-reaching cultural anxieties and politics. With examples from Hollywood, Bollywood, French grand opera, Latin American television, West African music, postcolonial literature, and even the Thai sex trade, Singh cites not only the attempt to address cultural discomfort but also the effort to deny entertainment acts as cultural. He connects creative expression to clashes between national identities, and he details the effect of cultural policies, such as institutional patronage and economic incentives, on the making and incorporation of art into the global market. Ultimately, Singh shows how these issues affect the debates on cultural trade being waged by the World Trade Organization, UNESCO, and the developing world.
Category: Business & Economics