Human capital career creativities for creative industries work: lessons underpinned by Bourdieu's tools for thinking

Pamela Burnard & D Bennett
Graduates need to develop multiple human capital career creativities if they are to create and sustain careers in the creative industries. This is because creative work is characterised by multiple concurrent roles within portfolio careers that are commonly protean and boundaries. This chapter describes, interprets and theories multiple human capital career creativities that are crucial to higher education graduate learning.

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