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ERIC Number: ED117544
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Sep
Pages: 394
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How Career Choices Are Made.
Weinrach, Stephen G., Ed.
The anthology on how career choices are made contains four sections. The first, "The Counselor, Counseling, and Society--How Do They All Fit Together?" contains six selections which discuss work situations and selected aspects of vocational guidance and counseling. Section 2, "Theory: Concepts and Applications," is divided into two parts: one on structural theories which contains five selections on the Holland Occupational Classification and other aspects of vocational counseling, and the other on process theory which contains 12 selections on vocational development, occupational choice, and vocational guidance and counseling. Section 3, "Client Groups Requiring Differential Treatment," contains five selections on the special requirements for counseling women, the disadvantaged, and college bound youth. Section 4, "Occupational Information," contains five selections dealing with client information, the employment service, and counseling occupations. Nine appendixes include supplementary educational materials relating to choosing careers. (JR)
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Publication Type: Books
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