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Creativity and Leisure: An Intercultural and Cross-disciplinary Journal (CLICJ)

Ai-Girl Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Yuh-Cheng Fan, Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Journal Special Advisor
Garry Chick, Pennsylvania State University, USA

International Board of Advisory

Alessandro Antonietti, Universita Cattolica de Sacro Cuore Milano, Italy
Derek Casey, World Leisure Organisation
Peter Chen, World Leisure Organisation
Roger Coles, Central Michigan University, USA
Yun Dai, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA
K.T. Fann, Yuda University, Taiwan
Peter Ganea, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Ernst Hany, University of Erfurt, Germany
Kurt A. Heller, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany
Akio Kikuchi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Selvete Hoxha-Krasniqi, National Institute of Public Health, Kosovo
Yung-Che Kim, Keimyung University, Korea
Eckehard F. Moritz, Research Institute of Sport and Creativity, Germany
Masahiro Oku, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
Ramadhar Singh, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Paul Wong, Tyndale University College, Canada

ISSN: 2010-4693 (Print)
ISSN: 2010-4685 (Online)

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Aim & Scope
Creativity and Leisure: An Intercultural and Cross-disciplinary Journal (CLICJ) is a peer-reviewed journal. It publishes twice a year, in April and October. The CLICJ emphasizes the importance of promoting creativity and leisure in all cultures and disciplines. Such a goal will be achieved by continuous dialogues and discourses on the significance of creativity and leisure in everyday life, for health and quality of life, as well as arts and science of creativity and leisure. The themes of CLICJ include theories, research and practices of creativity and leisure at the personal, institutional/organizational, and community levels; as well as creative means or processes, and leisure activities or management that enhance well-being, optimal functioning, happiness, social responsibility, ethics, and quality of life. The CLICJ invites original papers on conceptual frameworks, theoretical and research orientations, interventions, policies, and practices in the fields of creativity and leisure. It welcomes short reports and book reviews on the studies and practices of creativity and leisure.
Topics to be included:
  • Theories of creativity and leisure
  • Intercultural research on creativity and leisure
  • Cross-disciplinary research on creativity and leisure
  • Creativity, leisure and quality of life
  • Creativity, leisure and culture
  • Creativity development and leisure experience
  • Creativity and leisure education
  • Creative leisure activities
  • Creative design of leisure environment and cities
  • Innovation, collaboration, team work, and excellence
Types of papers
  • Original Research Papers
  • Empirical Papers
  • Review articles
  • Reports