Estonia is often regarded as one of the most go-ahead and creative European countries. But how do Estonian students think things have changed over the last decade? An interesting study of students' views on the expression of creativity in Post-Soviet Estonian society has recently been carried out by two academics from Tallinn University, Dr Eda Heinla and Stanislav Nemeržitski. See what they found out.
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