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Cassie, Diana V. W.; Chen, Charles P. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
This study examined the differential impact of an educational intervention on high school students' career maturity based on gender. Dimensions of career maturity investigated include congruence, career certainty, career indecision, career decision-making self-efficacy and career exploration. Females were found to increase significantly in…
Descriptors: Vocational Maturity, Intervention, Females, Self Efficacy
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McHugh, Elizabeth A.; Lenz, Janet G.; Reardon, Robert C.; Peterson, Gary W. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
This study examined the effects of viewing a ten-minute model-reinforced video on careers information-seeking behaviour of 280 students in ten sections of a university careers course randomly assigned to treatment or control conditions. The video portrayed an undergraduate student seeking careers counselling services and a counsellor using…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Career Choice, Control Groups, Undergraduate Students
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Burns, Edgar A. M. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
Three concepts from sociology--dichotomy and two extensions, dialectic and dialogic--are considered here as social-psychological tools for career practitioners who analyse and investigate career patterns, career motivations and career pathways, whether at career start or at further points of transition. These terms have macro-social applications…
Descriptors: Sociology, Career Development, Career Choice, Motivation
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Nguyen, My Linh Thi – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
Vietnam is at a pivotal point in positioning itself within the global economy. As organisations and government agendas are pushing for a more skilled workforce, it is evident that Vietnam has to deal with the implications for the changing educational landscape. This article presents a review of the literature related to study abroad, looking at…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vietnamese People, Educational Change, Global Approach
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Inglis, Loretta; Cray, David – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
In this article we examine the career paths of top-level managers in the arts. By analysing the training and work history of 23 managers in a variety of arts organisations we evaluate the utility of several existing theories for understanding careers that are characterised by low levels of initial knowledge, the absence of a clear method of entry…
Descriptors: Career Development, Art Education, Training Methods, Training Objectives
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Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
The National Career Development Strategy Green Paper paper proposes a strategy that is committed to these principles: (1) quality through Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) benchmarking, quality frameworks and processes and as a risk management strategy; (2) lifetime access to career development services; (3) development of career…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Development, National Programs, Public Policy
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Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
The Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) congratulates the Commonwealth Government on the development of the National Career Development Strategy Green Paper. This is a timely and important document that provides a framework to demonstrate the central contribution that career development services play in supporting individuals,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Development, National Programs, Lifelong Learning
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Athanasou, James A. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
The National Career Development Strategy Green Paper is a discussion paper issued by the Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations. It is aimed at the formulation of a coherent and structured career development strategy throughout Australia. The Green Paper seeks to lay the foundation for policy change through establishing the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Development, Career Guidance, Position Papers
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McIlveen, Peter; Morgan, Tanya; Bimrose, Jennifer – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
This study investigated students' experiences of a career development program that was established to foster interest in and aspirations for higher education within high school students residing in rural and isolated areas of Australia. Nine students who participated in the program were interviewed 18 months later to explore their recollections of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Schools, High School Students, Career Education
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Muller, Juanita; Waters, Lea – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
The latent and manifest benefits (LAMB) scale (Muller, Creed, Waters & Machin, 2005) was designed to measure the latent and manifest benefits of employment and provide a single scale to test Jahoda's (1981) and Fryer's (1986) theories of unemployment. Since its publication in 2005 there have been 13 studies that have used the scale with 5692…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Measures (Individuals), Unemployment, Theories
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Reddan, Gregory; Rauchle, Maja – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
Work-integrated learning has become a significant feature of Australian universities over the past decade. Earlier research indicates that some form of career development is essential to prepare undergraduate students for a competitive employment market. The 2008 National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (NAGCAS) Symposium sought…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Career Development, Career Education, Work Experience Programs
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Bassot, Barbara – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
After several years of political agendas focused on social inclusion, career guidance practice needs to return to its roots of promoting equality and social justice. This conceptual article argues that for many years there has been an overreliance on theories focused on the individual, and examines the relationship between social structures and…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Constructivism (Learning), Social Environment, Career Guidance
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Furbish, Dale – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
Career development services have existed in New Zealand since the early part of the 20th century. In many aspects, the profession has developed in New Zealand parallel to the development of career guidance and counselling in other Western countries but New Zealand also represents a unique context. In acknowledgement of the distinctive…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Development, Career Counseling, Career Guidance
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Perkmen, Serkan – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
The main objective of this study was to examine the validity and usefulness of the person-environment correspondence theory with instructional technology students in Turkey. The participants included 211 students and three teachers. Results revealed that instructional technology students value achievement most and that they believe that entering a…
Descriptors: Personality Theories, Validity, Reliability, Job Satisfaction
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Kennedy, Tara; Chen, Charles P. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2012
New and professional immigrants encounter extreme hardships and difficulties in their career experience after arriving in Canada. In addition to underemployment or unemployment concerns, new and professional immigrants endure many cross-cultural barriers. This article attempts to examine the application of career development theories in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Counseling, Immigrants, Professional Personnel
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