Career Development Quarterly

The quarterly official journal of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). Publishes articles on career interventions, career counseling, individual and organizational career development, work and leisure, career education, career coaching, and

Articles from Vol. 54, No. 3, March

Anticipated Work-Family Conflict: Effects of Gender, Self-Efficacy, and Family Background
Anticipated levels of 2 types of work-family conflict (WFC) were studied among 358 students from 2 universities. The study examined the contribution of gender, parental models of child care and housework, and self-efficacy to the variance in anticipated...
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Content Analysis of CDQ from 1994-2003: Implications and Trends for Practitioners and Researchers from a Decade of Research
A review of the concent of The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) was conducted for the period between 1994 and 2003. In total, 297 articles were published in CDQ during this period. The content analysis was based on content, authorship, and institutional...
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Cross-Cultural Interviewing in the Hiring Process: Challenges and Strategies
Although interviews are used widely in the selection of suitable job applicants, recruiters may unconsciously be operating from culturally biased frameworks. In this article, the use of interviews across different cultural backgrounds and the potential...
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Effects of Career Counseling on French Adults: An Experimental Study
This research project is focused on theoretical and empirical works analyzing the effects of career counseling. This experimental and longitudinal study has been carried out in France; it compares a sample of individuals having undertaken competence...
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Metacognition and Multicultural Competence: Expanding the Culturally Appropriate Career Counseling Model
The authors focus on the significance of the counselor's cultural contexts in effective career interventions vis-à-vis the incorporation of multicultural metacognition. They briefly summarize and critique extant career counseling models for racial/ethnic...
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Religion, Spirituality, and Career Development in African American College Students: A Qualitative Inquiry
The authors explored through semistructured interviews the interrelationships of religion, spirituality, and career development in a sample of 12 African American undergraduate students. Using consensual qualitative research methodology (C. E. Hill,...
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Using the Self-Directed Search: Career Explorer with High-Risk Middle School Students
The Self-Directed Search: Career Explorer was used with 98 (95% African American) high-risk middle school students as part of 14 structured career groups based on Cognitive Information Processing theory. Results and implications are presented on the...
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Vocational Skills and Outcomes among Native American Adolescents: A Test of the Integrative Contextual Model of Career Development
This study tested hypotheses of the Integrative Contextual Model of Career Development (R. T. Lapan, 2004a) by investigating the multivariate effects of 6 interrelated career development skills (career exploration, person-environment fit, goal setting,...
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