Friday, March 22, 2013

Creative domain

A creative domain refers to the accepted and generally well-known body of knowledge, practices, texts, and key figures in a given field. R. Keith Sawyer, in his book Explaining Creativity, notes that creative domains consist "of all the created products that have been accepted by the field in the past, and all of the conventions that are shared by members of the field—the languages, symbols, and notations.”


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