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Applying Career Development Theory to Counseling

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780534367480

ISBN10:
0534367488
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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Summary

Richard Sharf goes beyond simply presenting theory to show the reader how to apply the principles in a counseling setting, making this book useful for both practicing counselors and counselors in training. Sharf covers three major theoretical areas (trait and type, life-span, and special-focus theories) in Parts I-III, then discusses theoretical integration in Part IV, with each theory providing a unique perspective on career development. The book also offers numerous case examples, discusses career assessment from a practical and theoretical perspective, and integrates labor-market information with career theory. The book has received praised for Sharf's clear writing style, useful case examples, and integrated coverage of diversity.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(22)
PART ONE Trait and Type Theories 23(128)
Trait and Factor Theory
25(40)
Work Adjustment Theory
65(29)
Holland's Theory of Types
94(26)
Myers-Briggs Type Theory
120(31)
PART TWO Life-Span Theory 151(126)
Introduction to Super's Life-Span Theory
153(9)
Career Development in Childhood
162(24)
Adolescent Career Development
186(33)
Late Adolescent and Adult Career Development
219(33)
Adult Career Crises and Transitions
252(25)
PART THREE Special Focus Theories 277(172)
Constructivist Approaches to Career Development
279(28)
Parental Influence Theories
307(28)
Social Learning and Cognitive Theory
335(39)
Career Decision-Making Approaches
374(37)
The Labor Market: Sociological and Economic Perspectives
411(38)
PART FOUR Theoretical Integration 449(32)
Theories in Combination
451(30)
Appendix Tests and Their Publishers 481(4)
Name Index 485(6)
Subject Index 491


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