The Odyssey: School to Work Transitions, Serendipity and Position in the Field

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Atkins, Liz;

Little work on the significance and implications of decision-making has been undertaken since that led by Hodkinson in the 1990s and the experiences of young people on vocational programmes and their reasons for undertaking them remain under theorised and poorly underst... View more
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