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The SAGE Handbook of Graduate Employability

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Publisher: London : SAGE Publications, Limited, 2023Description: 1 Online-Ressource (623 p)ISBN:
  • 1529791065
  • 9781529791051
  • 1529791057
  • 9781529791068
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 1529771846 | 9781529771848 | 9781529771848 | Erscheint auch als: The SAGE Handbook of Graduate Employability. Druck-Ausgabe London : SAGE Publications, Limited,c2023DDC classification:
  • 331.11445
LOC classification:
  • HD6277
Online resources: Summary: Intro -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on the Editors and Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Editors' Introduction -- Part I: Facilitating and Achieving Graduate Employability -- 1: Learning through Uncertainty: Team Learning and the Development of an Entrepreneurial Mindset -- 2: Employability Entrepreneurship for Leveraging Employability Capitals -- 3: Beyond the Data: Navigating the Struggles of Post-PhD EmployabilitySummary: 4: Quality Assurance in University Careers Guidance -- a Student Voice Case Study from The Open University -- 5: The Student Voice in Employability within Tertiary Business and Management Education -- 6: LinkedIn and Beyond -- Social Media and Employability -- 7: Transitions from Education to Work: Impacts on Perceived Employability in Tourism and Hospitality -- 8: Ready to Get on Board? Facilitating Role Transition of New Graduates -- Part II: Segmenting Graduate Employability: Subject by SubjectSummary: 9: Integrated, Holistic and Inclusive: A Law School Employability and Skills Model Working to Maximise Opportunity and Support for All -- 10: We Need to Talk about Albert: Sustainability is Employability -- 11: Through Others We Become Ourselves: How Service-learning Develops Graduate Identity -- 12: The Graduate Project: A Model for Embedded Employability in Arts and Humanities Undergraduate Education -- 13: Informing the Curriculum: Graduate Employability Skills for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry in Australia during a PandemicSummary: 14: The Teaching Performing Assessment (TPA) and Its Impact on Graduates' Preparedness for Employment -- Part III: Graduate Employability and Inclusion -- 15: Working towards Equitable Outcomes for All through Embedding Activities in the Curriculum -- 16: Supporting the Employability of Neurodivergent Graduates -- 17: Centring Racialised Experiences of Black Students to Mitigate Bias within Graduate Labour Recruitment and Selection Processes -- 18: Mind the Gap: Efforts to Narrow the Graduate Employment Gap for London Students from Low-participation NeighbourhoodsSummary: 19: Are Higher Education Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds More or Less Confident than Their Peers? A Study of Perceived Employability with First-year Students at an Australian University -- 20: Critical 'Employability' within the Realms of Sociology -- a Movement towards 'Social Justice' -- Part IV : Country and Regional Differences -- 21: The Impact of International Student Mobility on Employability -- 22: Transnational, Multinational, Binational? The Role of International Education in Human Capital Development for Graduate EmployabilitySummary: Across 30 chapters, this Handbook guides readers through key topics, issues and debates relating to delivering, facilitating, achieving and evaluating graduate employability. It offers both critical and reflective perspectives, and presents an international and cross-disciplinary range of examples of student and graduate destinationsPPN: PPN: 188263831XPackage identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-4-NLEBK | BSZ-4-NLEBK-KAUB
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