The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Working

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2014-12-01
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

David L. Blustein, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology at Boston College.

Table of Contents

Part One: Theoretical Foundations

1. The Psychology of Working: A New Perspective for a New Era
David L. Blustein

2. Critical Psychology, Well-Being, and Work
Isaac Prilleltensky and Graham B. Stead

3. Social Constructionist Thought and Working
Graham B. Stead

4. Traditional and Emerging Career-Development Theory and the Psychology of Working
Jane L. Swanson

Part Two: The Context of Working

5. Race and Working
Lisa Y. Flores

6. Gender and the Psychology of Working
Neeta Kantamneni

7. Toward an Inclusive LGBT Psychology of Working
Mary Z. Anderson and James M. Croteau

8. Poverty, Social Class, and Working
Saba Rasheed Ali

9. From Work and Family to a Dual Model of Working
Mary Sue Richardson and Charles Schaeffer

10. Approaches to Aging and Working
Harvey L. Sterns and Anthony A. Sterns

11. Work and Disability
Ellen Fabian

Part Three: Organizational Implications

12. Redefining Work, Work Identity, and Career Success
Douglas T. Hall and Philip H. Mirvis

13. A More Inclusive Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Michael J. Zickar

Part Four: Counseling and Psychotherapy

14. Counseling Clients with Work-Based Challenges
Sherri L. Turner, Julia L. Conkel Ziebell, and Robin A. Alcala Saner

15. Psychotherapy and the Integration of the Psychology of Working into Therapeutic Practices
Anderson J. Franklin and Mary Beth Medvide

Part Five: Community-Based Interventions and Public Policy

16. The Promise of Work as a Component of Educational Reform
Maureen E. Kenny

17. Training and Employment Services for Adult Workers
Cindy L. Juntunen and Tamba-Kuii M. Bailey

18. Public Policy and the Psychology of Working
Spencer G. Niles and Edwin L. Herr

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