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Final Exam Study Guide

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Final Exam Study Guide MC 495 Griffin

Melanie Viering
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MC 495 - Special Topics: Creativity
W. Glenn Griffin

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MC 495 - Special Topics: Creativity
W. Glenn Griffin
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Melanie Viering on Thursday April 23, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MC 495 Griffin at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by W. Glenn Griffin in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 148 views. For similar materials see MC 495 - Special Topics: Creativity in Journalism and Mass Communications at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.

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MC495finalreviewSPR2015indd 1 42315 217PM l ll continued The Creative Class difference from service and working classes quotamenitiesquot that attract the Creative Class The Systems View of Creativity Assessing the Climate for Creativity stimulants The Investment View of Creativity Epistemological Beliefs negative positive quotmere exposure effectquot Theory of lletacognition 3 categories Fair Use 4 guidelines Creative Commons attribution share alike no derivative works non commercial lntertextuality horizontal vertical Poststructuralism Textual Strategies parodic allusion creative inclusion selfre exive reference The Tipping Point how ideas are like epidemics cause effect relationship the three rules THE LAW OF THE FEX THE STlCKlNESS FACTOR THE POWER OF CONTEXT The quotBystander Effectquot MC495finalreviewSPR2015indd 2 Blink 2005 What is quotthinslicingquot Outliers 2008 Why are opportunity and historical circumstance also critical to success David and Goliath 2013 What is quotdesirable difficultyquot mid to late 19th century llodernism late l9thearly 20th century Post lVlodernism 39605 805 present The Nihilist Paradox exit through the gift shop You are expected to have watched this documentary and to be familiar with the main characters basic plot and themes therein The following questions should give you a sense for the kinds of questions I might ask Who is Thierry Guetta and what other name is he known by How does Shepard Fairey play a role in the documentary Why does Banksy suggest that Thierry create his own street art Xhat US city is the primary setting of the documentary Xhat person is Fairey s iconic quotOBEYquot character based upon special topics CREATIVITY 42315 217 PM i ZIZEEEI Ii from the readings You are responsible for all content in all assioned readings as they relate to content we covered in class Sternberg and Lubart pp 140 9399 149174 233249 1995 Griffin and Morrison pp 38 911 1417 2010 Bronson and Merryman quotThe Creativity Crisisquot 2010 Gladwell Excerpt from 39The Tipping Point39 2002 Hale quotThe 6 Group Dynamics of High Performing Teamsquot 2012 quotHow to Hire for Creativityquot 2010 Florida quotTracking the Creative Classquot 2005 Sternberg and Lubart quotAn Investment Perspective on Creativityquot and quotSome Implications of the Investment Viewquot 1995 More on Howard Gardner and MI online Below you ll find some sample questions that are answered in your reading assignments Be familiar with the quotmereexposure effectquot Zajonc 1968 and how it can explain why some people fear creativity Why can money be one of the worst incentives for creative performance at work What is quotachievement motivationquot and to which of the two kinds of motivation we ve discussed is it more similar What is Project Zero and with what university is it affiliated Xhat quotpossible additional intelligencesquot has Howard Gardner proposed in addition to his original set of seven Have a basic familiarity with each Understand the essence of the economic argument that Richard Florida makes in conjunction with his quotCreative Classquot concept What is the quotbystander problemquot described by Gladwell in Chapter One of The Tipping Point NOTE You should also watch all of the videoonline material provided for you on our Blackboard site in the quotMultimedia Contentquot folder special topics CREATIVITY MC495finalreviewSPR2015indd 3 42315 217PM


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