A Context-Rich Perspective of Career Exploration across the Life Roles.

@inproceedings{Blustein1997ACP,
  title={A Context-Rich Perspective of Career Exploration across the Life Roles.},
  author={David L. Blustein},
  year={1997}
}
  • David L. Blustein
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology
  • Building on the recent contributions of Donald Super (e.g., 1980), this article presents a broadened lens with which to view theory, research, and practice in career exploration. Super's contributions on career adaptability and the life-career rainbow (e.g., Super, 1990; Super & Knasel, 1981) were applied to current areas of ambiguity in the career exploration literature, yielding potentially useful ideas about the antecedents and consequences of career exploration. Based on an integrative… CONTINUE READING

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