The importance of sociocultural influences in contextualizing and contemporizing approaches to creativity is a recurrent theme in all areas of education, enterprise, and research. To understand, and analyze, how sociocultural factors direct and inform our perceptions of what it is, and what it means, to be creative, it is useful to deploy the concept of discourses as ideoethical constructs that we use to identify and articulate our emotional and intellectual relationship to others and other ways of being.
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