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Life designing: A paradigm for career construction in the 21st century
a b s t r a c t At the beginning of the 21st century, a new social arrangement of work poses a series of questions and challenges to scholars who aim to help people develop their working lives. GivenExpand
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Testing Social Cognitive Interest and Choice Hypotheses across Holland Types in Italian High School Students.
Abstract Several hypotheses emanating from social cognitive career theory (SCCT) were tested. Participants (796 Italian high school students) completed measures of self-efficacy, outcomeExpand
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Self-determination, social abilities and the quality of life of people with intellectual disability.
BACKGROUND The international literature has documented that self-determination is impacted by environmental factors, including living or work settings; and by intraindividual factors, includingExpand
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Predicting the job and life satisfaction of Italian teachers: Test of a social cognitive model
Abstract This study tested a social cognitive model of work and life satisfaction (Lent & Brown, 2006, 2008) in a sample of 235 Italian school teachers. The model offered good overall fit to theExpand
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Self-Regulation and Academic Achievement and Resilience: A Longitudinal Study.
Abstract There is a growing body of research indicating that students who can self-regulate cognitive, motivational, and behavioral aspects of their academic functioning are more effective asExpand
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Employer attitudes towards the work inclusion of people with disability.
BACKGROUND This study examines the importance of work in life of people with disability and then focuses on employer attitudes towards these people. In the light of Stone and Colella's model, theExpand
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The relationship among positive emotional dispositions, career adaptability, and satisfaction in Italian high school students
Abstract Using a sample of 242 Italian high school students, we examined the direct relation of hope and optimism on four dimensions of career adaptability (i.e. curiosity, confidence, control, andExpand
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Career adaptability, hope and life satisfaction in workers with intellectual disability
Abstract The unpredictable and unstable current work market is impacting in particular at-risk workers, such as individuals with disability. Based on Life Design approach, the present study focusedExpand
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The relation of cultural context and social relationships to career development in middle school
Abstract This study examined the role of supportive relationships (i.e., family, teacher, and peer) and agency (i.e., self-efficacy, motivation, and goal-setting orientation) on three outcomes:Expand
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Construire sa vie (Life designing) : un paradigme pour l’orientation au 21e siècle
Ce texte est la traduction francaise de l’article publie dans le Journal of Vocational Behavior, 75(3) : Savickas, M. L., Nota, L., Rossier, J., Dauwalder, J.-P., Duarte, M. E., Guichard, J., Soresi,Expand
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