Items where Author is "Gee, R"

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Journal article

GEE, R., 2022. Compelled by an emotional economy of care: explorations of the youth justice student ‘career’. Youth Justice. ISSN 1473-2254

GEE, R. and BARNARD, A., 2022. Exploring the practice of thesis construction via the lens of the life career and paradox. Work Based Learning e-Journal, 11 (1), pp. 43-55. ISSN 2044-7868

GEE, R., 2022. A critical exploration of the “agile career”: a means of exposing the politics and economy of precarity via the lens of dromology. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. ISSN 0306-9885

GEE, R. and BARNARD, A., 2020. Reflective practice via the lens of the life career and paradox: a contemplation of being and becoming a social worker. Reflective Practice, 21 (2), pp. 210-221. ISSN 1462-3943

GEE, R. and TOWERS, C., 2016. The place of group work practice within the lecture theatre: promoting self-directed learning, student reflection and orbital communication via the entwined endeavours of teaching, role play and facilitation. Group Work, 26 (2), pp. 9-33.

Chapter in book

GEE, R., 2022. Critical ‘employability’ within the realms of sociology – a movement toward ‘social justice’. In: T. BROADLEY, Y. CAI, M. FIRTH, E. HUNT and J. NEUGEBAUER, eds., The Sage handbook of graduate employability. London: Sage. ISBN 9781529771848

Conference contribution

GEE, R., 2021. "Graduate outcomes" a fair race? Or do they reveal structural inequalities? In: TILT Supporting Learning for Employability Group Coffee O'Clock series, Nottingham Trent University, 16 March 2021.

GEE, R., 2021. Post-phenomenology. In: Designing research: methodologies, conceptual frameworks and “ologies” workshop series, for professional doctorial students, Nottingham Trent University, 29 January 2021.

GEE, R., 2020. Researching change and continuity of the 'life-career'; the trials, tribulations, and benefits of doing longitudinal case study. In: School of Social Science research methods seminar series, Nottingham Trent University, 29 March 2020.

GEE, R., 2019. Explorations of ‘employability’: a longitudinal study exploring the transitional experiences of widening participation students. In: International Academic Forum on Education, London, 19-21 July 2019.

GEE, R., 2018. Exploring ‘career’ via Virilio’s paradigm of speed – dromology: a means of critiquing the career literature's rhetoric of agility and progress within the 21st century. In: iCeGS 20th Anniversary Conference 2018, University of Derby, 23-24 May 2018.

GEE, R., 2018. Evoking paradox: exploring post-graduate ‘careers’ via sociological, political and philosophical notions of duality. In: BSA Annual Conference 2018: identity, community and social solidarity, Northumbria University, 10-12 April 2018.

GEE, R., 2017. Evoking paradox; exploring 'career' via sociological, political and philosophical notions of duality. In: BSA Annual Conference 2017 - recovering the social: personal troubles and public issues, University of Manchester, 04-06 April 2017.

GEE, R., 2016. Exploring the subjectivities of pro-longed youth, focusing on anticipations of 'career' post-graduation. In: Nordic Youth Research Symposium: YOUTH MOVES - voices - spaces - subjectivities, Trollhättan, Sweden, 15-17 June 2016.

GEE, R., 2014. Alternative visions of employability: the role of critical pedagogy. In: SRHE Annual Research Conference 2014, Newport, South Wales, 10-12 December 2014.

FERRIS, G. and GEE, R., 2014. Adoption of professional identity as playing a role and entering a group. In: Association of Law Teachers 49th Annual Conference, Leeds, 13-15 April 2014.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

WRIGHT, E., GEE, R., AXLER, M., LUNDY, C., HUTCHINGS, S. and VICKERS, T., 2021. The future of working from home. Futures of Work, Aug 21 (19).


GEE, R., 2019. Exploring career via the lens of paradox: a longitudinal study of the transitional experiences of a small group of graduates. DSocPrac, Nottingham Trent University.

Website content

GEE, R., 2022. Technological progress and its implications for career education and guidance.

GEE, R., 2022. ‘Critical employability’ – a sociological exploration to move beyond the metric. Career guidance for social justice.

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