Career Guidance for Social Justice Contesting Neoliberalism
This edited collection examines the intersections between career guidance, social justice and neo-liberalism. Contributors offer an original and global discussion of the role of career guidance in the struggle for social justice and evaluate the field from a diverse range of theoretical positions. Through a series of chapters that positions career guidance within a neoliberal context and presents theories to inform an emancipatory direction for the field, this book raises questions, offers resources and provides some glimpses of an alternative future for work. Drawing on education, sociology, and political science, this book addresses the theoretical basis of career guidance’s involvement in social justice as well as the methodological consequences in relation to career guidance research.
- Tristram Hooley, Ronald Sultana & Rie Thomsen, The neoliberal challenge to career guidance - mobilising research, policy and practice around social justice
- Jacques Pouyaud & Jean Guichard, A twenty-first century challenge: How to lead an active life whilst contributing to sustainable and equitable development
- Barrie A. Irving, The pervasive influence of neoliberalism on policy guidance discourses in career/education: Delimiting the boundaries of social justice in New Zealand.
- Ronald Sultana, Precarity, austerity and the social contract in a liquid world: Career guidance mediating the citizen and the state
- Rosie Alexander, Social justice and geographical location in career guidance
- Tristram Hooley, War against the robots? Career guidance, automation and neoliberalism
- Rachel Buchanan, Social media and social justice in the context of career guidance: Is education enough?
- Suzanne Rice, Social justice in career guidance: A Fraserian approach
- Ingela Bergmo-Prvulovic, Conflicting perspectives on career: Implications for career guidance and social justice
- Chad D. Olle, Exploring Politics at the Intersection of Critical Psychology and Career Guidance: A Freudo-Marxist Case for Radical Refusal
- Anna Bilon, Looking for social justice through agency – applying Giddens’ structuration theory to career guidance research and analysis
- Marcelo Afonso Ribeiro & Guilherme de Oliveira Silva Fonçatti, The gap between theory and context as a generator of social injustice: Seeking to confront social inequality in Brazil through career guidance
- Bo Klindt Poulsen, Randi Boelskifte Skovhus and Rie Thomsen, Widening opportunities for career guidance - Research circles and social justice
- Hazel Reid & Linden West, Connecting big and intimate worlds: Using an auto/biographical research imagination in career guidance
- Maria Manuel Vierira, Bruno Dionisio & Lia Pappamikail, Shaping possible futures in Portugal: Career guidance in schools between authenticity and social justice
- Anki Bengtsson, Re-thinking social justice, equality and emancipation: an invitation to attentive career guidance
Part I: Understanding the neoliberal context
Part II: Building theories for change
Part III: Research for practice