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IJEVG Spezialausgabe zum Thema ‘‘Social Justice, Prosperity, and Sustainable Employment as a Challenge for Career guidance’’ mit ausgewählten Beiträgen von der IAEVG Konferenz 2012 in Mannheim

International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance. Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2014. Special Issue: Social Justice, Prosperity, and Sustainable Employment as a Challenge for Career guidance. ISSN: 0251-2513 (Print) 1573-1782 (Online)

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Ausgewählte Beiträge der IAEVG/AIOSP Konferenz in Mannheim 2012 sind in der Sonderausgabe veröffentlicht:

Inhalt:

  • Editorial (Andreas Frey, Karen Schober und Claudia Hollinger)
  • Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will? Troubling the relationship between career guidance and social justice (Ronald G. Sultana
  • Educational inequality and social justice: Challenges for career guidance (Walter Müller)
  • Prosperity, sustainable employment and social justice: Challenges for the German labor market in the twenty-first century (Joachim Möller)
  • Social justice and career guidance in the Age of Talent (Nancy Arthur)
  • Non-participation in guidance: An opportunity for development? (Rie Thomsen)
  • The problem with women? Challenges posed by gender for career guidance practice (Jenny Bimrose, Mark Watson, Mary McMahon et.al)
  • Counseling between recognition, justice and difference: the significance of power asymmetries, communicative projects and unintended consequences in career counseling of immigrants in Sweden (Fredrik Hertzberg, Åsa Sundelin)
  • A framework for cultural competence, advocacy, and social justice: Applications for global multiculturalism and diversity (Sylvia C. Nassar-McMillan)
  • Transferable competences of young people with a high dropout risk in vocational training in Germany (Andreas Frey, Lars Balzer et.al)
  • Ethical issues associated with information and communication technology in counseling and guidance (James P. Sampson Jr., Julia Panke Makela)