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Social Creativity : Making All Voices

  title={Social Creativity : Making All Voices},
  author={Gerhard Fischer},
The power of the unaided individual mind is highly overrated. Much human creativity is social, arising from activities that take place in a social context in which interaction with other people and the artifacts that embody collective knowledge are essential contributors. Social creativity is not a luxury but a necessity to address the problems faced by societies in the 21 century. Our research has focused specifically on complex design problems requiring the contributions of many stakeholders… 
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