Eureta Rosenberg, Presha Ramsarup, Heila Lotz-Sisitka
December 20, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 248 Pages - 29 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367233402 - CAT# 299200
Series: Routledge Studies in Sustainability
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This book proposes transformative, realist methodology for skills research and planning through an analysis of case studies of the changing world of work, new learning pathways and educational system challenges.
Studies of the green economy and sustainability transitions are a growing field internationally, however there are few books that link this interest to the development of skills. This book draws on, and showcases, the experience and insights of researcher-practitioners who are at the cutting edge in this emerging field, internationally and in South Africa. The context for this book is South Africa, but application is worldwide. In many ways indicative of the global picture, South Africa is in the grip of economic and environmental imperatives, searching for safe and just transitions. The authors present a new, embedded transitioning systems model for studying skills for a sustainable, just future.
This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of sustainable development, ecological economics and skills planning.
1. Skills for just transitions to sustainability: An orientation Eureta Rosenberg and Presha Ramsarup
2. Green economy transitions & skills: Global and South African perspectives Najma Mohamed
3. Mining: A laminated, dialectic methodology for identifying not-yet-obvious green skills demand Eureta Rosenberg
4. Green skills for agriculture: A method for focussing demand analysis and prioritization Eureta Rosenberg
5. Surface coatings: Occupational analysis and green skills Presha Ramsarup
6. Learning pathways into environmental specialisations: A boundaryless careers perspective Presha Ramsarup
7. Transitioning into work: A transitioning process perspective Presha Ramsarup and Heila Lotz-Sisikta
8. Probing the potential of social ecosystemic skills approaches for green skills planning: Perspectives from Expanded Public Works Programme studies Heila Lotz-Sisitka
9. Framing sustainability policy Learning Needs Assessments Eureta Rosenberg
10. Green skills supply: Research from providers’ vantage point(s) Heila Lotz-Sisitka
11. Formative interventionist research generating iterative mediation processes in a vocational education and training learning network Heila Lotz-Sisitka, with Tichaona Pesanayi
12. Greening occupations and green skills analysis Presha Ramsarup
13. Synthesis and elaboration of critical research methodology for green skills research Eureta Rosenberg
14. Green skills research: Implications for systems, policy, work and learning Heila Lotz-Sisitka and Presha Ramsarup