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EDITORIAL BOARD Robert Davison Aviles, Bradley University Harley E. Baker, California State University–Channel Islands Jean-Guy Blais, Universite de Montreal, Canada Catherine Y. Chang, Georgia StateExpand
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Multicultural Training Experiences as Predictors of Multicultural Competencies: Students' Perspectives.
The authors surveyed a national sample of master's-level counseling students regarding their multicultural training experiences and their multicultural counseling competencies. A series ofExpand
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Family Functioning and Adolescent Career Development
Family systems propositions as applied to career development theory were tested in a cross-sectional survey examining the relationship between family members' perceptions of family functioning andExpand
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General Job Satisfaction From a Developmental Perspective: Exploring Choice—Job Matches at Two Career Stages
The authors explored predictions of general job satisfaction at early and middle adulthood and uncovered several findings about developmental processes associated with job satisfaction. Tests ofExpand
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Exploring the Relationships among Multicultural Training Experiences and Attitudes toward Diversity among Counseling Students.
The authors surveyed a national sample of master's-level counseling students regarding their multicultural training experiences and their attitudes toward racial diversity and gender equity (see G.Expand
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Expectations of and Attitudes toward Counseling: A Comparison of Asian International and U.S. Graduate Students
This study examined Asian international graduate students’ expectations of and attitudes toward counseling by using U.S. graduate students as a comparative reference group. Survey data from 189 AsianExpand
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Continuity in Life-Span Career Development: Career Exploration as a Precursor to Career Establishment
The authors examined continuity in career development from adolescence to middle adulthood by testing the proposition that early developmental task-coping activity predicts later task-copingExpand
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Vocational Decision-Making Models: A Review and Comparative Analysis
Vocational development has been described as the processes of preparation for and entry into a series of education and work roles over a lifetime. During the 1960's, a number of vocational theoristsExpand
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Stability and Change in 25-Year Occupational Career Patterns
Article The authors identify and describe occupational career patterns (OCPs) over 25 years for a single grade cohort of 170 rural high school graduates. OCP is the sequence of 1 person's workExpand
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The Opinions of Minorities About Preparing for Work: Report of the Second NCDA National Survey
A report of the 1989 NCDA survey of the perceptions of American adults of their career planning, the nature of their workplaces, and the availability of and utility of occupational information isExpand
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