Chinese students’ perceptions of their creativity and their perceptions of Western students’ creativity

@inproceedings{Wang2013ChineseSP,
  title={Chinese students’ perceptions of their creativity and their perceptions of Western students’ creativity},
  author={Bingxin Wang and Kenneth Mark Greenwood},
  year={2013}
}
This paper applies the Four C Model of Creativity ('Big-C, little-c, mini-c and Pro-c') to determine Chinese students' perceptions of their own creativity and their perceptions of Western students' creativity. By surveying 100 Chinese students and interviewing 10 of them, this paper discovered that Chinese students generally perceived their creativity to be less than that of Western students. Differences on mini-c and Pro-c were larger in the direction of Western students being superior, and… CONTINUE READING

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