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International Handbook of Career Guidance

  • James A. Athanasou
  • Raoul Van Esbroeck

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Educational and Vocational Guidance in a Social Context

    1. Raoul Van Esbroeck, James A. Athanasou
      Pages 1-19
    2. Raoul Van Esbroeck
      Pages 23-44
  3. Theoretical Foundations

  4. Educational and Vocational Guidance in Practice

    1. Annelies E. M. Van Vianen, Irene E. De Pater, Paul T. Y. Preenen
      Pages 283-301
    2. Norman Amundson, Erin Thrift
      Pages 325-339
    3. A. G. Watts
      Pages 341-353
    4. Spencer G. Niles, Azra Karajic
      Pages 355-372
  5. Educational and Vocational Guidance with Specific Target Groups

    1. Jenny Bimrose
      Pages 375-404
    2. Salvatore Soresi, Laura Nota, Lea Ferrari, V. Scott Solberg
      Pages 405-417
    3. Charles P. Chen
      Pages 419-442
  6. Testing and Assessment in Educational and Vocational Guidance

    1. Terence J. G. Tracey, Saurabh Gupta
      Pages 525-537
    2. Branimir Šverko, Toni Babarović, Iva Šverko
      Pages 539-564
    3. Jacques Grégoire, Frédéric Nils
      Pages 565-585
    4. Donna E. Palladino Schultheiss, Graham B. Stead
      Pages 603-623
  7. Evaluation of Educational and Vocational Guidance

    1. Jane L. Swanson, Sarah A. Miller
      Pages 659-676
    2. Susan C. Whiston, Ilene M. Buck
      Pages 677-692
  8. Conclusion

    1. James A. Athanasou, Raoul Van Esbroeck
      Pages 695-709
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 711-741

About this book

Introduction

The International Handbook of Career Guidance represents a project of inter- tional professional cooperation. It is intended as a catalyst for reform and was designed to support the development of career guidance in the years to come. Working for over four years from Belgium and Australia we had the privilege to collaborate with over 50 colleagues throughout the world to produce this Handbook. In every instance we selected key researchers who have an established reputation in the field of career development. They agreed to be involved and we are grateful for their support in this major effort. In this handbook we have tried to bring together a collection that summarises the diverse aspects of career guidance. It is a synthesis of the domain of career and vo- tional guidance firstly for an international readership and secondly it is designed to act as a reference for academics, researchers and professionals in the expanding field of career development. For this reason the Handbook includes coverage of the ba- ground and history of guidance right through to poignant issues relating to careers in the modern world of work. Policy issues relating to the provision of careers services as well as professional issues relating to career education, career counselling, career assessment, program evaluation and research methodologies are covered.

Keywords

Europe Evaluation Management Standards Training career development career guidance educational guidance intervention migrants profession qualification vocational guidance vocational psychology

Editors and affiliations

  • James A. Athanasou
    • 1
  • Raoul Van Esbroeck
    • 2
  1. 1.University of TechnologySydneyAustralia
  2. 2.Vrije Universiteit BrusselBelgium

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