Issuu on Google+

Contents Preface Dedication Acknowledgments Introduction Rob Shea, Rhonda Joy, Diana Leadbeater

I II II III

Part I: Post-Secondary

1

1

The Relational Career Values of Post-Secondary Women Students Sharon Crozier and Cynthia Dorval

2

2

A Career Development Course for Academic Credit: An Outcom Analysis Jeanette Hung

15

3

Career Planning and Development for Students: Building a Career in a Professional Practice Discipline Janice Waddell and Maggie Bauer

24

4

Career Development of First-year University Students: A Test of Astin‘s Career Development Model Mandy Man-Nor Hoi and Bryan Hiebert

40

5

Contextual Factors that Influence the Career Decision-Making Process For Indo-Canadian Young Women Entering the Social Sciences Priya S. Mani

54

6

Job Search Outcomes for University Graduates: The Role of Economic Hardship And Work Involvement Peter A. Hausdorf and Mary Galler

67

7

Effective Career Services Practices: The Case of Canadian Business Schools Catherine Elliott and Linda Manning

78

8

Career Decision-Making Difficulties of First-year University Students Tracy Morgan and David Ness

Part II: World of Work 9

Thriving in the New Millennium: Career Management in the Changing World of Work Robert A. Neault

91 103 104


10

Employees‘ Perceptions of Repatriation Susan MacDonald and Nancy Arthur

121

11

Mentoring and the World of Work: A Reference Model Christine Cuerrier

137

12

Le Mentorat et le Monde du Travail: Un Modéle de Reference. Christine Cuerrier

147

13

Using Portfolios to Direct Workplace Learning John B. Stewart

158

14

Health, Job Loss, and Programs for Older Workers in Canada Mary E. Rogers and Norm O‟Rourke

169

15

Relentless Accountabilities and Co-‗Authoring‘ our Professional Lives Tom Strong

182

16

Despite the Barriers Men Nurses are Satisfied with Career Choice J. Crenia Twomey and R. J. Meadus

194

17

Patterns of Workplace Supervisory Roles: Experiences of Canadian Workers Robert D. Hiscott

18

New Realities in the Work World: The Impact of Workers and on the Professional Practice of Career Counsellors Michaël Dussault, Bruno Bourassa, Geneviève Fournier, Armelle Spain, Lise Lachance, and Lilian Negura

19

Organizational and Individual Determinants of Atypical Employment: The Case of Multiple Jobholding and Self-Employment in Canada Gilles Simard and Denis Chênevert

241

20

Déterminants Organisationnels et Individuels de l‘Emploi Atypique: le Dossier du Cumul d‘Emplois et du Travail Autonome au Canada Gilles Simard and Denis Chênevert

257

21

Charting Workplace Transitioning Pathways to Generation- Y Human Resources Practitioners Carolin Rekar Munro

274

22

The Intersection of Gender & Race: Effects on the Incidence of Promotions Margaret Yap

289

203

222


23

The Importance of Partner Involvement in Determining Career DecisionMaking Difficulties Danielle C. Brosseau, José F. Domene, and Todd W. Dutka

Part III. Psychological Coordinates and Career Development

308 319

24

Effective Career Counselling: Relationship Between Work Personality, Learning Style, and Client Intervention Preferences Randy B. Penney and Mildred Cahill

25

Evaluation of an Online Psychoeducational Career Workshop Vivian Lalande and Julie DeBoer

26

The Relationship between Negative Career Thoughts and Emotional Intelligence A. Dennis Dahl, R. Kirk Austin, Bruce D. Wagner, and Andrew Lukas

345

27

Deliberations on the Future of Career Development Education in Canada Rebecca Burwell and Sharon Kalbfleisch

356

28

Délibérations sur l‘Avenir de L‘enseignement en Développement de Carrier au Canada Rebecca Burwell and Sharon Kalbfleisch

372

Part IV. Research Briefs

320 332

391

29

Psychodynamics of Student Work in a Context of Job Scarcity and Economic Insecurity Marie-France Maranda and Chantal Leclerc

392

30

Psychodynamicque du Travail Étudiant dans un Context de Resserrement des conditions d‘acces à l‘Emploi et d‘Insécurité Économique Marie-France Maranda and Chantal Leclerc

395

31

Measuring Effectiveness in a Clinical Setting Wes G. Darou

398

32

Formula for Success in Career Building Phillip S. Jarvis

401

Part V. Youth and Career Development 33

The Effects of Context and Experience on the Scientific Career Choices of Canadian Adolescents Diana Urajnik, Rashmi Garg, Carol Kauppi, and John Lewko

409 410


34

A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Context and Experiences on the Scientific Career Choices of Canadian Adolescents Rashmi Garg, Carol Kauppi, Diana Urajnik, and John Lewko

427

35

Integrating Career Development into School-Based Curriculum: Preliminary Results of an Innovative Teacher Training Program Mark W. Slomp, Kerry B. Bernes, and Thelma M. Gunn

444

Part VI. Health and Career Development

463

36

Youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Suggestions for TheoryBased Career Practice Blythe Shepard and Rebecca Hudson Breen

464

37

The Role of Career Development in the Process of Psychosocial Adaptatoin to Cancer: Re visiting the Task Model Approach André Samson and Hugh T. Clark

476

Part VII. Social and Career Development

489

38

The Tentacles of Bullying: The Impact of Negative Childhood Peer Relationships on Adult Professional and Educational Choices Ginette D. Roberge

490

39

Women Survivors‘ Experiences of the Intersections of Abuse and Work Francis Guenette

508

Part VIII. New Realities

523

40

Career Practitioners‘ View of Social Justice and Barriers for Practice Nancy Arthur, Sandra Collins, Mary McMahon, and Catherine Marshall

524

41

An Examination of Rural Secondary Students‘ Post-Secondary Education Decisions 543 Dale Kirby and Denis Sharpe

42

The Role of Career Services in Facilitating Local Economic GrowthOpening Doors To Students‘ Understanding of Local Opportunities. J. Massey, Y. Chan, S. Field, and P. Smith

43

Report on the Canadian Career Counselor Education Survey Sharon Kalbfeisch and Rebecca Burwell

Authors Index

565 589

609


A Multi-Sectoral Approach to Career Development: A Decade of Canadian Research - Table of Contents