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ERIC Number: ED431166
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 395
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-56032-740-5
Learning, Practicing, and Living the New Careering.
Miller-Tiedeman, Anna
The classic career counseling models have focused primarily on practical and prescriptive methods aimed at occupation with little attention to the process nature of life, which is inclusive of work but not limited to it. The New Careering advocates a theory of life, not job, as career and focuses on the career theory of the individual by addressing logical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. A theoretical overview of conventional career counseling theories is presented and compared to the New Careering. This book does not dismiss traditional career theories, but it does illustrate the symbiosis while placing conventional wisdom in a subordinate position to personal reality. Case studies and discussion points are included to help both professionals and students learn practical application. Chapters include: (1) "Introduction to the New (Quantum) Careering: Foundations and Possibilities" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (2) "Vocational Theory in Broad Brush" (A. Miller-Tiedeman and D. V. Tiedeman); (3) "The New (Quantum) Careering Model" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (4) "Development, Decision Making, and the New (Quantum) Careering" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (5) "Paradigms, Development, Decision Making, and the New Careering" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (6) "Worldview, Decision Making, Paradigms, and Development-All One Fabric" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (7) "Stop, Look, Listen, and Allow for the New (Quantum) Careering" (D. V. Tiedeman); (8) "The New Careering (Lifecareer) Practice (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (9) "Money and the New Careering" (A. Miller-Tiedeman and J. Puplava); (10) "Alternative Modalities for Uncovering Individual Life Mission" (L. MacMinamin, C. Rich, and A. Miller-Tiedeman); (11) "Pythagorean Assessment: An Assessment Paradigm for Process Careering" (H. A. Lingerman); (12) "Canadian Innovations in Career Development" (D. E. Redekopp and B. Day); (13) "Learning about and Teaching Lifecareer" (L. J. Richmond); (14) "Health Benefits of the New Careering" (A. Miller-Tiedeman); (15) "After All Is Said and Done" (A. Miller-Tiedeman). Appendixes include: "Vocational Psychology Theories Summarized"; "Personal/Social Skills Lesson"; "Resumes"; and "Work-Career Paradigm Survey Key." (GCP)
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Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom
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Language: English
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