Organizing collaborative works among female academic authorship in the creative industries: academic creativity embraces diversity
This article explores female authorship and editorship on books published in the field of creative industries among scholarly and commercial publishers. There is a growing debate in the academia of the underrepresentation of female professors, female researchers and females in leadership positions within a research landscape that changes and experiences high level of diverse creative contributions. Although there is a proliferation of diverse academic interests in the creative industries, little research has been conducted on the female academic works related to the creative industries in the scholarly community. Using data collected through online observation of publishers websites the evidence shows that female researchers are less often present in books published in the field, but their publications are more often collaborative in their knowledge production. Based on the content analysis of their academic productions cultural and creative industries have been the most pioneering creative industries investigated by female academic authors. Understanding and organising their creative academic works has not only a social and economic impact not he knowledge production but also a knowledgeable competitive advantage that help readers to comprehend evolving creative sectors that embrace diversity and creativity.
Citation : Romano, S. (2014) Organizing collaborative works among female academic authorship in the creative industries: academic creativity embraces diversity.
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