The latest issue of the NICEC journal is now out. I co-edited this issue with Ronald Sultana and it is focused on the inter-relationship between career guidance and social justice.
The journal includes the following papers.
- Tristram Hooley and Ronald Sultana, Career guidance for social justice
- Peter Plant and Rodger Kjaergård, From mutualism to individual competitiveness: Implications and challenges for social justice within career guidance in neoliberal times
- Steve Rooney and Mark Rawlinson, Narrowing participation? Contesting the dominant discourse of employability in contemporary higher education
- Rie Thomsen, The practice portrait – a method for promoting social justice in practice
- Tom Staunton, Social media, social justice? Consideration from a career development perspective
- Fabiano Fonseca Da Silva, Vera Paiva, and Marcelo Afonso Ribeiro, Career construction and reduction of psychosocial vulnerability: Intercultural career guidance based on Southern epistemologies
- Randi Boelskifte Skovhus, A focus on educational choice has social justice consequences – an empirical study informed by Sen’s capability approach
I think that it is a really interesting collection of papers which explores what I think are some of the key issues that we are facing as a field at the moment. I’d be really interested in hearing more about what others think about the journal and the issues raised in it.
Reblogged this on Running In A Forest and commented:
Very pleased to have been involved in this publication, the other contributions look really interesting, do check it out.
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