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Graduate employability in context: theory, research and debate

Graduate employability in context: theory, research and debate

Holmes, Leonard, editor; Tomlinson, Michael, editor

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Published London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016

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Statement of responsibility: Michael Tomlinson, Leonard Holmes
ISBN: 1137571683, 9781137571687
Note: Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 14, 2016)
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (380 pages).
Subject: Educational strategies & policy.; Labor market.; Graduate students Employment.; Education Educational Policy & Reform General.; Labor market Great Britain.; Great Britain.; Social Science Sociology General.; EDUCATION / Higher; Education Philosophy & Social Aspects.; Sociology.; Career education.; Sociology: work & labour.; Education.; Industrial sociology.; Graduate students Employment Great Britain.


  1. 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
  2. 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.