Contemporary Creativity Research in Taiwan: A Critical Review

Kuan Chen Tsai

Abstract


The value of creativity in educational and organizational contexts has achieved widespread recognition in Taiwanese society over the last decade. The present study utilizes it to examine doctoral dissertations related to the topic of creativity in Taiwan, with the wider aim of understanding the attitudes of researchers and possible trends in the Taiwanese creativity research community. Major findings from this meta-analytic study indicate that creativity might serve to maximize both students’ learning performance, and organizational survival. This study also has made it clear that creativity is an important phenomenon across different disciplines in the community of Taiwanese doctoral researchers. It is hoped that this article’s examination of Taiwanese dissertations will stimulate other investigators to conduct in-depth studies for the better understanding of local creativity development and related issues.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijch.v1i2.6416

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