About the Journal

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

Current Issue

Published: 2023-01-06


Creating claustrophobia in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk

Viktorija Lankauskaitė
Abstract 687 | PDF Downloads 350

Page 79–90

Theoretical presumptions of the creative industries innovation productivity performance

Deimantė Krisiukėnienė, Vaida Pilinkienė
Abstract 196 | PDF Downloads 139

Page 91–107

Page 108–124

Creative economy and the quintuple helix innovation model: a critical factors study in the context of regional development

Ariele Rodrigues-Ferreira, Herlander Afonso, José André Mello, Rebeca Amaral
Abstract 178 | PDF Downloads 104

Page 158–177

Practicing creative thinking and its relation to academic achievement

Samer Ayasrah, Mutawakil Obeidat, Qutaibeh Katatbeh, Abdalrahman Aljarrah, Mohammed-Ali Al-Akhras
Abstract 157 | PDF Downloads 132

Page 178–192

Page 211–224

Creativity and innovation in the design of public service announcements: classification and design models

Nataliia Skliarenko, Ivan Gryshchenko, Olena Kolosnichenko, Natalia Ostapenko, Marina Kolosnichenko
Abstract 103 | PDF Downloads 86

Page 225–240

Page 255–273

Measurement invariance, validity, reliability, and factor structure examination of the creativity nurturing behaviour scale for teachers: comparisons across gender in thirteen countries

Ekta Sharma, Sandeep Sharma, Mohammed Amin Hamed Al-Qudah, Canan Yildiz, Dickson Adom, Debra Ferdinand, Zaina Mustafa Mahmoud Hamad, Alexandra Stavrianoudaki, Reza Afhami
Abstract 180 | PDF Downloads 62

Page 274–296

Group dynamics and creativity: a research with young adults in Reggio Emilia, Italy

Sofya Komarova, Frashia Ndungu, Alessia Gavazzoli, Roberta Mineo
Abstract 110 | PDF Downloads 66

Page 297–314

Formation of creative thinking of a lawyer in modern conditions of development including the influence of COVID-19 pandemic

Farouq Ahmad Faleh Alazzam, Mueen Fandi Nhar Alshunnaq
Abstract 56 | PDF Downloads 35

Page 315–327

The way of enforcing the cultural rights of prisoners in the Polish and Hungarian prisons: the aspects of creativity

Márta Miklósi, Daria Becker-Pestka, Attila Károly Molnár
Abstract 102 | PDF Downloads 32

Page 328–342

Features of managing the creative development of the socio-economic system in the conditions of influence of COVID-19 pandemic

Marta Kopytko, Andrij Zaverbnyj, Iryna Diachuk, Uliana Nikonenko, Olena Khalina
Abstract 42 | PDF Downloads 29

Page 343–354

Field of creative culture: a study of creative movement and innovation of terracotta culture in Jatiwangi, Indonesia

Agus S. Ekomadyo, Nurrohman Wijaya, Vera J. Vardhani, Annas T. Maulana, Hernadi Suhendar, Vanessa Susanto
Abstract 33 | PDF Downloads 19

Page 355–370

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.