Career Psychology in the South African Context
Graham Basil Stead, Mark Brownlee Watson
J.L. van Schaik, 1999 - Career development - 236 pages
Examines state-of-the-art career practices in career psychology and provides descriptive and critical analyses of current thoughts on career development.
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Historical perspective of career psychology in South Africa
Introduction to career theories
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