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Figures
5.1.Members of the Nordic Council (by S. Solberg J., available from https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Location_Nordic_Council.svg, under license CC BY-SA 3.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en)67
10.1.The “wheel of professionalisation” describes the four elements in the history of guidance in Iceland148
10.2.Number of visits to the University of Iceland counselling centre and number of students155
10.3.Structure of the MA programme in career guidance and counselling at the University of Iceland in 2019159
14.1.Examples of expected outputs for guidance in schools (from Hughes & Carson, 2018, p. 16)209
18.1.WPR analysis questions (from Bacchi, 2012)270
19.1.The front page of Uddannelsesguiden (UG)283
19.2.The result of a trial run of My Way to Upper secondary (Min Gymnasievej): up to 5 of your subjects at an EUX school, 4 of them at an HF school etc.288
20.1.Goals guiding the operations of One-Stop Guidance Centers (from MEAE, 2018, p. 2)301
23.1.Age distribution, European Union, 2016 (Source: Index Mundi, 2018)340
Tables
3.1.Responses by country40
3.2.Mean responses to questions about work (1 = much worse than in my country/ 3 = about the same as in my country/ 5 = much better than in my country)42
3.3.Mean responses to questions about learning (1 = much worse than in my country/ 3 = about the same as in my country/ 5 = much better than in my country)44
3.4.Mean responses to questions about career guidance (1 = much worse than in my country/ 3 = about the same as in my country/ 5 = much better than in my country)45
4.1.Gender equality goals in the Nordic countries nikk.no (2018-05-22)55
13.1.Guidance Counsellors’ international capital (adapted from the theoretical model of DeFillippi & Arthur, 1994; Jones & DeFillippi, 1996)197
18.1.Problem representations274
22.1.Career guidance activities in trade unions330
23.1.Proposed model of life-course and transitions (from Schuller & Watson, 2009)342
23.2.Informants346