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Christiaan De Beukelaer’s comprehensive study of the music industry in Burkina Faso and Ghana is both enlightening and informative, highlighting the problems encountered regarding piracy, royalties, and cultural funding in ‘developing’ countries – a term which De Beukelaer rightly derides…
This thought-provoking book explores in some depth the relationship between creativity and ethics.  This is achieved by bringing together the work of an impressive number of distinguished authors from these two fields of study. The book aims to explore the…
Michelle has a passion for supporting and enabling children’s creativity and she has created this book with that very much in mind. Her interactive book provides many opportunities for children to write, paint and draw - stimulated by stories, poems,…
If you've found Dr Sandy O'Sullivan's article, Avoiding the Zero-sum Game, thought-provoking and want to know more about Australia's rich indigenous cultures, then you might be interested in 'The Little Red Yellow Black Book: an Introduction to Indigenous Australia'. This…
This is an important and very useful contribution to the public policy debate around large-scale events. It has encouraged me to reflect on my experience of large-scale events and programmes as a practitioner and policy maker in a way that…
Caroline and I first met George Prince in the middle of a New England railway track (he collected us from a station halt). Welcoming us into his home, he told us about the origins of Synectics and his then latest…
Failure is a word associated with negativity. The book, The Failure Files, is an intriguing attempt to answer how failure could possibly be considered as a good thing. It is a culmination of ideas on what failure is from a…

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