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This book explores the highly significant and contested area of graduate employability and employment which is paid so much attention by those in the media and policy-makers. This is driven largely by concerns over the wider economic impact and value of graduates as increasing numbers complete their studies in higher education. At a time when graduates are seen as key to economic success, the critical question remains as to how their employability plays out in a changing labour market. This book brings together innovative approaches and research to present an extensive survey of the field. It…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book explores the highly significant and contested area of graduate employability and employment which is paid so much attention by those in the media and policy-makers. This is driven largely by concerns over the wider economic impact and value of graduates as increasing numbers complete their studies in higher education. At a time when graduates are seen as key to economic success, the critical question remains as to how their employability plays out in a changing labour market. This book brings together innovative approaches and research to present an extensive survey of the field. It provides insight on what is a complex and often elusive social and economic problem, ranging from how graduate employability is constructed as an economic and policy agenda to explorations of how graduates manage the transition from higher education to paid employment and finally to suggest future directions for curricula, policy and research.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 31.10.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137571687
  • Artikelnr.: 53032976
Autorenporträt
Michael Tomlinson is Associate Professor at Southampton Education School, University of Southampton, UK. He has published widely in the areas of graduate employability, Higher Education policy and lifelong learning. His previous book was Education, Work and Identity.

Leonard Holmes is Reader in Management at the Business School, University of Roehampton, UK. His interests are in the areas of graduate employability, skills, competence and management training and development. His previous book was The Dominance of Management: A Participatory Critique.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. Introduction: Graduate Employability: Charting a Complex, Contested and Multi-faceted Policy and Research Field; Michael Tomlinson.- Chapter 2. Graduate Employability: A Critical Oversight; Andrew Rothwell & Frances Rothwell.- Chapter 3. Employability, Employment and the Establishment of Higher Education Graduates in the Labour Market; Staffan Nilsson.- Chapter 4. Critical Perspectives on Graduate Employability; Ciaran Burke, Tracy Scurry, John Bleckinsopp & Katy Graley.- Chapter 5. Developing a More Coherent and Robust Basis for Employability Rresearch: A ritical Realist Perspective; Paul Cashian.- Chapter 6. Boundaryless and Protean Career Orientation: A Multitude of Pathways to Graduate Employability; William Donald, Yehuda Baruch, Melanie Ashleigh.- Chapter 7. Employability and Depth Psychology; Phil McCash.- Chapter 8. Graduates' Learning Across Educational and Professional Settings: Outlining an Approach; Mariana Gaio Alves.- Chapter 9. International Students' Employability: What Can We learn from It?; Zhen Li.- Chapter 10. Cultivating the Art of Judgement in Students; Geoffrey Hinchliffe and Helen Walkington.- Chapter 11. Who is to be Positioned as Employable: Adult Graduates' Educational and Working Pathways?; Päivi Siivonen.- Chapter 12. Graduate Employability as Social Suitability: Professional Competence From a Practice Theory Point of View; Ola Lindberg & Oscar Rantatalo.- Chapter 13. Encouraging Students to Develop their Employability: 'Locally Rational', but Morally Questionable; Paul Greenbank.- Chapter 14. Graduates' Psycho-social Career Pre-occupations and Employability Capacities in the Work Context; Melinde Coetzee.- Chapter 15. Developing Graduate Employability: The CareerEDGE Model and the Importance of Emotional Intelligence; Lorraine Dacre Pool.- Chapter 16. The University and the Knowledge Network: A New Educational Model for 21st Century Learning and Employability; Ruth Bridgstock.- Chapter 17. Graduate Employability: Future Directions and Debate; Leonard Holmes.