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  1. Bengtsson, A. (2022). On epistemic justice in career guidance. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 50(1), 606–16.
  2. Hooley, T., Sultana, R., & Thomsen, R. (Eds.) (2017). Career guidance for social justice: Contesting neoliberalism. Routledge.
  3. Hooley, T., Sultana, R.G., & Thomsen, R. (2021). Five signposts to a socially just approach to career guidance. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling 47(1), 59–66.
  4. Lucas Casanova, M., Bilon, A., Alexander, R., Toiviainen, S., Albien, A.-J., Paixão, M.P., Costa,P., Lawthom, R., & Coimbra, J.L. (2021). The symposium: Social justice in Career Guidance and Counselling as a requirement to navigate a fast-paced world at the 17th EARA Conference—Adolescence in a rapidly changing world, 2–5 September 2020. Studia Poradoznawcze/Journal of Counsellogy 9, 534–38.
  5. McCash, P., Hooley, T., & Robertson, P. J. (2021). Introduction: Rethinking career development. In P.J. Robertson, T. Hooley, & P. McCash (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of career development (pp. xiv–xix). Oxford University Press.
  6. Ribeiro, M.A., Uvaldo, M.C.C., & da Silva, F.F. (2015). Some contributions from Latin American career counselling for dealing with situations of psychosocial vulnerability. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance 15(3), 193–204.
  7. Silva, F.F.D., Paiva, V., & Ribeiro, M.A. (2016). Career construction and reduction of psychosocial vulnerability: Intercultural career guidance based on Southern epistemologies. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling 36(1), 46–53.
  8. Thomsen, R., Hooley, T., & Mariager-Anderson, K. (2022). Critical perspectives on agency and social justice in transitions and career development. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 50(4), 481–90.