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Handbook of Career Development [Elektronisk resurs] : International Perspectives / edited by Gideon Arulmani, Anuradha J. Bakshi, Frederick T. L. Leong, A. G. Watts.

Arulmani, Gideon. (editor.)
Bakshi, Anuradha J. (editor.)
Leong, Frederick T. L. (editor.)
Watts, A. G. (editor.)
SpringerLink (Online service) 
ISBN 9781461494607
Publicerad: New York, NY : Springer New York : 2014.
Engelska XXXIII, 771 p. 21 illus.
Serie: International and Cultural Psychology, 1574-0455
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  • The Manifestation of Career: Introduction and Overview -- Section 1: New Directions in Theoretical Perspectives for Career Development and Guidance -- New Trends in Theory Development in Career Psychology -- Context-Resonant Systems Perspectives in Career Theory -- Life Span Theory and Career Theories: Rapprochement or Estrangement? -- Indigenous Models of Career Development and Vocational Psychology -- The Cultural Preparation Process Model and Career Development -- Mahatma Gandhi’s Ideas for Work, Career, and Life -- Section 2: The Person in Contexts across the Life Span -- Personality and Self: Multiple Frames of Reference for Career Service Professionals -- Parental Influences on Youth’s Career Construction -- The Interface between Positive Youth Development and Youth Career Development: New Avenues for Career Guidance Practice -- Mid-Career Progression and Development: The Role for Career Guidance and Counseling -- Section 3: Boom, Bust, and Suitability: Effective Career Preparation in a Volatile Labor Market -- Understanding the Labor Market: Implications for Career Counseling -- Labor Market and Career Development in the 21st Century -- Career Advice and Guidance in a World where Vocational Skills Matter -- Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Career Guidance: The Interface -- Second Career: An Eventual Need in Today’s World -- Section 4: Making Our Careers Green: Work, Environmental Sustainability, and Social Justice -- Green Guidance -- Career Guidance for Social Justice in Neoliberal Times -- Educational Inequality and Social Justice: Challenges for Career Guidance -- Career Guidance and Counseling in the Context of Unemployment and Vulnerability: A Case Study of South Africa -- Tensions in Livelihoods: A Rural Perspective -- Traditional Occupations in a Modern World: Career Guidance, Livelihood Planning, and Crafts in the Context of Globalization -- Section 5: Career Services: New Directions for Practice -- Telling Tales: Do Narrative Approaches for Career Counseling Count? -- Mind the Twist in the Tale: The Story as a Channel for Culture-Resonant Career Counseling -- Enabling Culturally Sensitive Career Counseling through Critically Reflective Practice: The Role of Reflective Diaries in Personal and Professional Development -- Online Careers Work: Colonist or Inhabitant? -- Career Helplines: A Resource for Career Development -- Section 6: Innovations in Career Counseling: Services for Special Groups -- Special Educational Needs, Social Cognitive Environments, and Preparing for the World of Work -- “I Don’t Want to Make Candles!” Supporting the Career Development Needs of those Recovering from Mental Illnesses -- Career Counseling among Indigenous Peoples -- Older Women’s Retrospective Narratives of Their Work and Learning Pathways -- The Immigrant, Expatriate, and Repatriate Experience: How Career Professionals Can Smooth the Way? -- Should I Stay or Should I Go Home? Career Guidance with International Students -- Section 7: Career Services: New Directions for Assessment and Evaluation -- Assessment of Interest and Aptitude: A Methodologically-Integrated Approach -- Making Meaning of Quantitative Assessment in Career Counseling through a Story Telling Approach -- The Assessment of Quality of Working Life in Career Guidance and Counseling -- Evaluation of the Quality of Career Guidance Centers -- Demonstrating the Impact of Career Guidance -- Section 8: Career Services: New Directions for Counselor Training, Competencies, and Standards -- Career Counselor Competencies and Standards: Differences and Similarities across Countries -- Orienting Educators to Contemporary Ideas for Career Counseling: An Illustrative Example -- Training Career Practitioners: Opportunities and Challenges.  .
  • As a quintessentially human activity, work transcends countries and cultures.  But as economies falter and labor markets go global, the concept of career can seem unrealistic—even alien—to many in economically developing and developed nations alike.  The challenge to today's career professional is providing relevant services in the face of rapid, pervasive change. The Handbook of Career Development assembles theoretical and practical innovations on a world scale.  Written by professionals from diverse countries and fields, this progressive resource presents career guidance and workforce development as cross-cultural, multidisciplinary, and responsive to contemporary realities.  Advanced analysis allows a deeper understanding of the long-term needs of workers as varied as indigenous peoples, older women, immigrants, international students, and the recovering mentally ill.  Easy-to-apply career service strategies are outlined for each of these special groups as also for others.  And the book's multicultural vision entails reinterpreting the notion of career for the economically developing world, including for those engaged in traditional, rural and craft occupations.  Among the areas covered in the Handbook:  Innovations in career theory. The person in contexts across the lifespan. Effective career preparation in a volatile labor market. Green careers: work, environmental sustainability, and social justice. Enabling culturally sensitive career counseling. Services for special groups. New directions for assessment, practice, counselor training, competencies, and standards. The Handbook of Career Development opens out realistic new paths for all involved in career services, including counselors, psychologists, social workers, human resource managers, educators, youth workers, and policymakers.  It is a suitable resource for a range of academic fields such as developmental studies, economics, ecology, and indigenous studies, and makes an invaluable training text for aspiring career counselors. 

Ämnesord

Philosophy (General).  (LCSH)
Developmental psychology.  (LCSH)
Applied psychology.  (LCSH)
Consciousness.  (LCSH)
Psychology. 
Industrial, Organisational and Economic Psychology. 
Developmental Psychology. 
Cognitive Psychology. 

Klassifikation

HF5548.7-5548.85 (LCC)
JMJ (ämneskategori)
PSY021000 (ämneskategori)
158.7 (DDC)
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