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Chan, Chun-Chen – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The present study attempted to identify the psychological processes associated with the career goals of Taiwanese college athletes. In order to identify the psychological processes potentially associated with career goals, the study drew upon social cognitive career theory (SCCT). The results supported SCCT indicating that career decision-making…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Social Cognition, Self Efficacy, Decision Making
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Rochat, Shékina; Armengol, Jérôme – Journal of Career Development, 2020
Video games are becoming ubiquitous in Western societies. However, this virtual leisure has received little attention from researchers in career counseling, leaving career counselors relatively unprepared to work with video game players. In this article, we propose three types of interventions to capitalize on the benefits of playing video games…
Descriptors: Video Games, Career Counseling, Intervention, Transfer of Training
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August, Rachel A. – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The extent to which college student-athletes are prepared to enter the workforce upon graduation is an important concern to universities, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and to many college student-athletes themselves. In this interview study of 18 college student-athletes from 12 sports at a Division I university, the features and…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Athletes, Career Readiness, Student Characteristics
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Cadenas, Germán A.; Cantú, Elizabeth Angélica; Spence, Tameka; Ruth, Alissa – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The United States faces shortages of professionals in science, technology, engineering, and math enterprises, which are complicated by underrepresented minorities facing systemic barriers to their educational and career success. Addressing this, we used social cognitive career theory and critical consciousness to create a program named Poder…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Social Cognition
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Storlie, Cassandra A.; Toomey, Russell B. – Journal of Career Development, 2020
With contemporary career challenges facing Latino/a youth, particularly those from immigrant communities, counselors and career development professionals may find it challenging to provide effective career services for this unique population. Students from one middle school and one high school located in a new immigrant destination were surveyed…
Descriptors: Career Development, Immigrants, Hispanic American Students, Secondary School Students
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Garriott, Patton O. – Journal of Career Development, 2020
First-generation and economically marginalized (FGEM) college students are attending higher education institutions with increasing regularity. The unique experiences of these students call for career frameworks that capture their specific strengths and challenges. This article outlines a new model from which to conceptualize FGEM college students'…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Economically Disadvantaged, Academic Achievement, Career Development
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Park, In-Jo; Rie, Juil; Kim, Hyang Sook; Park, Jiyoung – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of a future time perspective (FTP)-based career intervention on career decisions. The career intervention consisted of three sessions based on three factors of FTP: opportunity, value, and connectedness. The study was performed with 41 college students who were randomly assigned to the…
Descriptors: Time Perspective, Intervention, Career Choice, Long Range Planning
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Jehangir, Rashné R.; Telles, Arien B.; Deenanath, Veronica – Journal of Career Development, 2020
This study examines how first-generation, low-income college students make meaning of their career development process during their first year of college. Photovoice was employed to collect visual data and accompanying narrative texts providing a rich data set created by students during their transition to college. Four findings emerged from this…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Photography, Low Income Students, Student Motivation
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Flores, Lisa Y.; Atilano, Ruben; Suh, Han Na; Navarro, Rachel L. – Journal of Career Development, 2020
Using latent growth modeling (LGM) procedures, this study tested a model of Latina/o engineering students' life satisfaction based on Lent and Brown's social cognitive well-being model with a sample of 342 Latina/o engineering students attending a Hispanic-serving institution. Participants completed measures of perceived supports, perceived…
Descriptors: Life Satisfaction, Hispanic American Students, Coping, Self Efficacy
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Lim, Sun Ah; You, Sukkyung – Journal of Career Development, 2019
The purpose of this study was to identify the factors influencing adolescents' career development. Using three-wave longitudinal data (Seoul Education Longitudinal Study2010), we examined the direct and indirect effects of parents' support on career maturity, in addition to the mediating effect of self-esteem in the relationship between parents'…
Descriptors: Parent Influence, Vocational Maturity, Adolescents, Career Development
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Falco, Lia D.; Summers, Jessica J. – Journal of Career Development, 2019
This study evaluated whether a career group intervention that incorporates the four sources of self-efficacy and addresses perceived career barriers is effective at improving the career decision self-efficacy and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) self-efficacy for adolescent girls. Of the 88 girls in our study, 42 students…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Self Efficacy, STEM Education, High School Students
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Xie, Dong; Kong, Ning; Skaggs, Sydney; Yang, Anbo – Journal of Career Development, 2019
Contextual factors have received increased attention in understanding the challenges and difficulties in translating career education and career guidance services from Western societies to non-Western societies, many of which are undertaking a shift from a socialist and collectivistic system to a more individualistic one. In this article, using…
Descriptors: Career Education, Social Change, Foreign Countries, Cultural Context
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Gibbons, Melinda M.; Brown, Emily C.; Daniels, Stephanie; Rosecrance, Pamela; Hardin, Erin E.; Farrell, Isabel – Journal of Career Development, 2019
This article describes a model for developing culturally sensitive career education programs, framed from an ecological contextual understanding. This framework allows career practitioners to build on cultural strengths and values to meet the career education needs of diverse communities. To illustrate the application of this model, we describe…
Descriptors: Barriers, Intervention, Rural Population, Culturally Relevant Education
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Kenny, Maureen E.; Blustein, David L.; Liang, Belle; Klein, Timothy; Etchie, Quinn – Journal of Career Development, 2019
New models of career education are needed to prepare young people for changes and challenges in the world of work. We propose that the psychology of working framework/theory (PWF/PWT) has the potential to shape career education in transformative ways that are attentive to shifting dimensions of the local context and the marginalization of large…
Descriptors: Career Education, Transformative Learning, Disadvantaged, Intervention
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McWhirter, Ellen Hawley; Rojas-Araúz, Bryan O.; Ortega, Robert; Combs, Darien; Cendejas, Christina; McWhirter, Benedict T. – Journal of Career Development, 2019
This article describes the rationale, development, delivery, and evaluation strategy of a pilot career intervention program for immigrant Latina/o high school students: Advocating for Latina/o Achievement in School. This innovative intervention aims to prevent dropout and to promote academic success and college and career readiness through a…
Descriptors: Intervention, Career Development, Hispanic American Students, High School Students
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