Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||Representing problems, imagining solutions : emancipatory career guidance for the multitude|
|Other Titles:||Career guidance for emancipation : reclaiming justice for the multitude|
Sultana, Ronald G.
|Keywords:||Vocational guidance -- Philosophy|
Social justice -- Vocational guidance
|Citation:||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. 1-14). London: Routledge.|
|Abstract:||Our last book (Hooley, Sultana, & Thomsen, 2018) began with a quote from Donald Trump, where he argued that the people of the USA could not be expected to shoulder the blame for the fact that their careers had not turned out in the way that they had hoped. Prolonged recession and the capture of the good life by the elites should be seen as a systematic failure and a failure by the political class, he argued, rather than a failure of individuals. We used this quote to illustrate some of the crises that neoliberalism is experiencing and how they impact on the careers of individuals. We also used it as a warning that you cannot believe all that you are told and that what looks like social justice may turn out to be just the opposite. In this book we start in a different place—we start in the multitude and in the resistance.|
|Appears in Collections:||Career guidance for emancipation : reclaiming justice for the multitude|
Files in This Item:
|176.86 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open Request a copy|
Items in OAR@UM are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.