Book chapters

2021

  • Hooley, T. (2021). Career development and human capital theory: Preaching the ‘Education Gospel’. In P.J. Robertson, T. Hooley, T., & P. McCash (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Career Development (pp.51-64). Oxford University Press.
  • Hooley, T. (2021). Hope for 2021: The importance of career guidance to the Covid and post-Covid world. In N. Drosos (Ed.). Career Counselling and Guidance in the Post-Covid-19 Era. Proceedings of the Cypro-Greek Conference of Counselling and Guidance 2021 (pp.14-52) 19-20 January 2021. University of Cyprus.
  • Hooley, T., & Staunton, T. (2021). The role of digital technology in career development. In
  • P.J. Robertson, T. Hooley, T., & P. McCash (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Career Development (pp.297-311). Oxford University Press.
  • McCash, P., Hooley, T., & Robertson, P.J. (2021). Introduction: Rethinking career development. In P.J. Robertson, T. Hooley, T., & P. McCash (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Career Development (pp.1-19). Oxford University Press.

2020

  • Hagaseth Haug, E., Hooley, T., Kettunen, J., & Thomsen, R. (2020). Setting Nordic career guidance in context. In E. Hagaseth Haug, T. Hooley, J. Kettunen, & R. Thomsen (Eds.). Career and career guidance in the Nordic countries (pp.1-20). Brill / Sense.
  • Hooley, T. (2020). Pining for the fjords. International perceptions of Nordic work, education and career guidance. In E. Hagaseth Haug, T. Hooley, J. Kettunen, & R. Thomsen (Eds.). Career and career guidance in the Nordic countries (pp.37-50). Brill / Sense.

2019

  • Hooley, T. (2019). Career Guidance and the Changing World of Work: Contesting Responsibilising Notions of the Future. In Peters, M.A., Jandrić, P. and Means, A.J. (Eds.) Education and Technological Unemployment (pp. 175-191). Springer, Singapore.
  • Hooley, T., Sultana, R.G., & Thomsen, R. (2019). Representing problems, imagining solutions: Emancipatory career guidance for the multitude. In T. Hooley, R.G. Sultana, R. Thomsen (Eds). Career guidance for emancipation. Reclaiming justice for the multitude (pp.1-13). Routledge.
  • Hooley, T., Sultana, R.G., & Thomsen, R. (2019). Towards an emancipatory career guidance: What is to be done?. In T. Hooley, R.G. Sultana, R. Thomsen (Eds). Career guidance for emancipation. Reclaiming justice for the multitude (pp.247-257). Routledge.

2018

  • Hooley, T. (2018). A war against the robots? Career guidance, automation and neoliberalism. In T. Hooley, R.G. Sultana, R. Thomsen (Eds). Career guidance for social justice. Contesting neoliberalism (p.93-107). Routledge.
  • Hooley, T. & Boys, J. (2018). Someone in your life who really believes in you – Evidence and practice in employer mentoring. In A. Mann, P. Huddleston, & E. Kashefpakdel (Eds.).Essays on employer engagement in education. London: Routledge.
  • Hooley, T., Sultana, R.G., & Thomsen, R. (2018). The neoliberal challenge to career guidance: Mobilising research, policy and practice around social justice. In T. Hooley, R.G. Sultana, R. Thomsen (Eds). Career guidance for social justice. Contesting neoliberalism (p.1-27). Routledge.

2017

2016

2013

  • Cheruvallil-Contractor, S., Hooley, T., Moore, N., Purdam, K. and Weller, P. (2013). Researching the Non-Religious: Methods and Methodological Issues, Challenges and Controversies, In: A. Day, G. Vincett and C. Cotter (Eds.) (2013). Social identities between the sacred and the secular (pp.173-189). Ashgate.

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