Critical Reflections on Career Education and Guidance
Promoting Social Justice within a Global Economy
Edited by Barrie A. Irving, Beatriz Malik
Routledge – 2004 – 216 pages
First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
1. Introduction, Barrie A. Irving and Beatriz Malik 2. Social justice: a context for career education and guidance, Barrie A. Irving 3. Welfare to Work: economic challenges to socially just career practice, Fiona Douglas 2. Liberté? Futilite? Autonome! Careers education as an emancipatory activity, Bill Law 3. Cultural diversity and guidance: myth or reality?, Beatriz Malik and Teresa Aguado 6. Career education for Muslim girls: meeting culture at the crossroads, Vivienne Barker and Barrie A. Irving 7. (En)gendering socially just approaches to career guidance, Wendy Patton and Mary McMahon 8. Women, work and career development: equal employment opportunities or employment equity?, Maria Humphries and Suzette Dyer 9. The career education curriculum and children with disabilities, Paul Pagliano 10. Social Class, opportunity structures and career guidance, Ken Roberts 11. Working with youth at risk of exclusion, Nuria Manzano Soto 12. Social justice and equality of opportunity for Mexican young people, Julia Hernández and Bernardo Antonio Muòoz-Riverohl 13. Beyond the toolbox: integrating multicultural principles into a career guidance intervention model, Hazel L. Reid 14. Challenging careers: perspectives from auto/biographical research, Linden West