Welcome to the companion website for the second edition of Understanding Careers: Metaphors of Working Lives by Kerr Inkson, Nicky Dries and John Arnold.
This website offers a range of free additional learning and teaching resources, including:
- Web links from the book, to encourage further exploration
- Detailed analysis of careers as shown in the Oscar-winning film All about Eve
- Ready-made multiple- choice quizzes and answers to test your students understanding of chapter concepts.
- PowerPoint slides to accompany each chapter
- A comprehensive Instructors Manual, including additional in-class activities designed for each chapter
- Over 20 additional career case studies, with author commentaries
In the hotly anticipated second edition of Understanding Careers, Kerr Inkson has teamed up with John Arnold and Nicky Dries to take readers on a fascinating journey through the field of Career Studies.
- Interdisciplinary – the text brings together and critiques a range of perspectives, allowing for a broader and more holistic understanding of the field.
- Theory and practice – comprehensive coverage of all the key theories and cutting edge research is related to the real world through over 50 cases studies. A new ‘Careers in Practice’ section contains chapters devoted to self-development, career counselling, and organizational practices.
- International perspective – contains examples, cases, research, references and statistics from a range of countries.
- Use of metaphor – the text is structured around commonly used metaphors for careers, helping students relate to the ideas presented and providing a framework for analysis and comparison.
Ideal reading for students considering their own career and personal development, as well as those studying career development, career guidance or human resource management within a psychology, education, counselling or business degree.
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