Creativity, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Pierre Bourdieu, Phillip McIntyre

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi expounds an idea of creativity that incorporates what he labels “person”, “field” and
“domain” in a system of circular causality. From his unique psychological perspective, Csikszentmihalyi argues
that this systems model of creativity can be studied by investigating moments within it. In addition, Pierre Bourdieu
presented a seemingly complex set of sociological concepts to explain cultural practice: these included the
concepts of ‘cultural capital’, the ‘field’, the ‘field of works’ and an individual’s ‘habitus’. Bourdieu argued that the
interaction between these spheres makes cultural production possible.
Discuss, compare and contrast Csikszentmihalyi’s and Bourdieu’s above-mentioned perspectives.

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