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IZHODIŠČA ZA ANALIZO NA PODROČJU IZOBRAŽEVANJA IN ZAPOSLOVANJA – univerzitetni učbenik

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Zaposljivost diplomantov izobraževalnih programov je v zadnjih letih, ko trg dela, pa tudi izobraževalni sistem, doživljata vrsto ekonomskih in političnih pretresov in sprememb, prav gotovo ena pomembnejših tem s področja sociologije, predvsem sociologije dela. Prav zato je tudi ta univerzitetni učbenik pomembna pridobitev k proučevanju obeh sistemov - izobraževanja in zaposlovanja - predvsem v smislu dialektičnega povezovanja.

Poleg pregleda temeljnih teoretičnih konceptov in ključnih pojmov namreč učbenik svojo pozornost namenja analizam značilnosti študijskih programov in determinant kariernega uspeha, ki izhajajo iz obsežnih mednarodnih projektov, ki so se ukvarjali s tovrstno tematiko in v katere je bil avtor tudi aktivno vključen. Avtor predstavi merske inštrumente izbranih študijskih smeri. Pomemben del učbenika predstavlja tudi pregled izbranih raziskav in teoretskih prispevkov, ki predstavljajo dobre prakse s področja izobraževanja in zaposlovanja visokošolskih diplomantov različnih evropskih držav.

 

Zaradi pomembnosti tematike, v katero so vpeti številni deležniki, je učbenik Izhodišča za analizo na področju izobraževanja in zaposlovanja namenjen predvsem študentom pri predmetu Izobraževanje in zaposlovanje. Vsako poglavje se zaokroži z vprašanji za ponavljanje, poleg tega pa ponuja izbor uporabnih spletnih virov. Primeren je kot gradivo pri pripravah na izpit kot tudi pripomoček pri pripravi seminarskih, diplomskih in magistrskih del. 

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