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Satisfaction of the Creative Class with Living in Szczecin: a Relationship Perspective

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Creative Class, Creative Economy, and the Wisdom Society as a Solution to their Controversy

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Coaching culture in the context of the emergence of creative class

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Henri Lefebvre’s Concept Of Urban Space In The Context Of Preferences Of The Creative Classin A Modern City

References Butler C., 2012. Henri Lefebvre: Spatial politics, everyday life and the right to the city . Routledge, New York. Brenner N., Elden S., 2001. Henri Lefebvre in contexts: An introduction. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography 33(5): 764–768. Chiodelli F., 2013. Planning and urban citizenship: Suggestions from the thoughts of Henri Lefebvre. Planning Perspectives 28(3): 487–494. Elden S., 2008. Understanding Henri Lefebvre: Theory and the possible . Continuum, London. Florida R., 2002. The rise of the creative

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Integration Through Qualification

REFERENCES 1., Stand: 02.05.2012 2. „selbstständig. Interkulturell. erfolgreich.“ – Institut für Sozialpädagogische Forschung Mainz e.V., Mainz 2011 3. KfW-Presse-Mitteilung vom 14.09.2010 4., „Gekommen, um zu gründen“, Die Zeit, 07.02.2008 5. http://www.statistikmv. de/cms2/STAM_prod/STAM/de/bhf/index.jsp, Stand: 02.05.2012 6. http://www.hswismar. de/was/hochschule/profil/zahlen-fakten/, Stand: 02.05.2012 7. Florida, Richard, The Rise of the Creative Class

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Why Put ‘Class’ in the Creative Class?

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Tolerance and Human Resources in Science and Technology in East Asia

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Empirical verification of the relationship between creative life orientations of the creative class and the creative city

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The role of youth in the development of the creative industry


The role of youth in the development of the creative industry Currently, the young generation develops in the vicinity of rapid technical and technological progress, which results in indispensable continuous access to the Internet. It is important to use this access skillfully, sensitizing young people to culture, which has a huge impact on the development of the creative industry. The aim of the article is to try to recognize how young people use cultural goods. The article presents the following research hypothesis - Increasing youth education in the use of cultural goods through the Internet will create a future creative class. It is important to draw today’s youth’s attention to the opportunities offered by the Internet in terms of access to culture. Education young people in this area contributes to creating a knowledgeable creative class. We should also remember, however, that the richness of web content facilitates access but at the same time translates into fragmentation of cultural experience.

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Theoretical Arguments for Creative Economy in Policy-Making of Governments and Practical Introduction to Creative Economy Research in Slovakia

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