Career Choice and Development

Synopsis

Praise for Previous Editions"Anyone who wants one book that integrates theory, research, and practice could not make a better choice than Career Choice and Development. Brown and Brooks are to be congratulated for again prompting career development theorists to apply their models to the practice of career intervention." _Contemporary Psychology"This compilation of leading career theories in one concise and complete text, with its excellent analysis of the materials presented, is a unique and useful resource for any practitioner or student in the field." _Journal of College Placement"Well written and easy to read. Experienced professionals and beginning counselors in training will appreciate this effort. They have assembled an impressive collection of authors to introduce the reader to the various theories of career development." _Personnel Psychology"Career Choice and Development is a hardworking book; it presents both the latest version of major theorists' ideas and goes the extra mile to indicate how each translates their ideas into practice." _Training News Magazine"This book is designed as a primary reference and successfully brings together the most current ideas and research previously found scattered throughout the literature. The ideas of major theorists are presented side-by-side in similar format for easy comparison." _AACD Guidepost

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Duane Brown
  • Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson
  • Jeylan T. Mortimer
  • Linda S. Gottfredson
  • Mark L. Savickas
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • San Francisco
Publication year:
  • 2002
Edition:
  • 4th

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