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Creative Ecologies: Where Thinking is a Proper Job

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by John Howkins
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Creative Ecologies: Where Thinking is a Proper Job by John Howkins

The book's starting point is the growing role that information has played in industrial economies since the 1800s and especially in the last thirty years. It is an attempt to identify ecology of thinking and learning. It is also based on the need to escape from old, industrial ways and become more attuned to how people actually borrow, develop and share ideas. Throughout, the book Howkins asks questions and offers signposts. He gives no guarantee that creative ecologies will be sustainable, but shows what should be aimed for.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 167
Size: 876 KB
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Date published:   2011
ISBN: 9781412843911 (DRM-PDF)

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