Issues in Career Development

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IAP, 2005 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
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Provides a broad look at the field of career development including career counseling, career guidance, career education, and general career development programming, and examines some of the field's major themes, approaches, and assumptions. It examines both knowledge from the past as well as what the future might bring.

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Theories of Career Development Core Concepts and Propositions
John Holland An Enduring Legacy
Chaos Out of Order New Perspectives in Career Development in the Information Society
Career Counseling 1990 to Present
A Review of Models of Career Interventions Implications for Career Development
The Impact of ParentAdolescent Relationships on Adult Career Choices
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John Patrick was a prolific, prize winning author of fiction and non fiction. One of his short stories, ?The Well, ? was honored by PEN American Center as one of the best of 1987. That story is reprinted in this anthology. His stories and novels, and the anthologies he edited, as well as his non fiction works, including Legends, Taboo, Barely Legal, and The Best of the Superstars series, continue to gain him new fans every day. One of his most famous short stories appears in the Badboy collection Southern Comfort and another appears in the collection The Mammoth Book of Gay Short Stories. A divorced father of two, the author was a longtime member of the American Booksellers Association, the Publishing Triangle, the Florida Publishers' Association, American Civil Liberties Union, and the Adult Video Association. He lived in Florida, where he passed away on October 31, 2001.

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