Learning from political economy: Using Laclau & Mouffet and Hardt & Negri in career guidance practice

Today I’m at the #criticalcareer conference in Copenhagen and I’m going to be talking about how we can draw on political economy to inform career guidance. I’ve posted the slides on the Career Guidance for Social Justice site.

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Today I’m presenting some new ideas which draw on the political economists Laclau & Mouffet and Hardt & Negri. I’m looking at how alternative theories could allow us to shift the underlying ‘grammar’ of career guidance and address things differently.

This is what I’m going to say…

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