Career Guidance for Social Justice: A Book Review

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I have recently had published a review in the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling reviewing Hooley, Sultana and Thomsen’s excellent Career Guidance for Social Justice Contesting Neoliberalism. The book itself is one of the most challenging and thought-provoking pieces of writing about Career Guidance I’ve read in a while and has a potential to represent a step change in how we think about careers work. For anyone who is interested in reading it, it currently retails for around a relatively reasonable (for an academic book) £37 for the paperback.

Anyone who is interested in reading my review the first 50 copies are free to download with this link

https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/jVsSj5ypi7DjmSCzVRy8/full?target=10.1080/03069885.2019.1620917

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Career Guidance for Social Justice: A Book Review

  1. Thank you for the free download, Tom. I follow Running in a Forest anyway, which I enjoy and fun useful. Taylor and Francis publications can be so hard to access, so the free copy is much appreciated. I’m doing my CG Masters dissertation on AI and jobs/work, so this book will be highly relevant. Thank you for your review; at £37 I wasn’t sure whether to buy a copy but your review makes me realise I should.

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