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The theory was conceived as a normative model of an idealized decision maker, not as a description of the behavior of real people. Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making PHIL HODKINSON, Crewe School of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University, Crewe ANDREW C. SPARKES, School of Education, University of Exeter, Exeter ABSTRACT In the current discourse on the transition from school to work, career decision-making has a pivotal but paradoxical position. career adaptability has been shown to be positively linked with career decision-making and job search self-efficacy (Zhou, Guan, Xin, Mak, & Deng, 2016; Guan et al., 2013), the development of career management skills (Chong & Leong, 2017), and positive employment outcomes (Guan et al., 2013; Savickas et al., 2009). Scholarly publishing is rapidly changing, and nowhere more so than in the area of open access. To make sure you have the latest information you need to make your publishing choices, get our Open Access Bulletin.
Hodkinson, Phil & Andrew C. Sparkes 1997. Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making. British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 18. No. Hodkinson, P. & Sparkes, A. (1997), Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making.
British Journal of Sociology of Education, 18 (1). Fransson, K & Lindh, G (2004). Ungdomars av S Abrahamsson · 2014 · Citerat av 1 — Careership: A sociological Theory of Career.
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av NB Nesset · 2020 — analyzing information, decision making and managing transitions and changes in learning and work Careership: a Sociological Theory of Career. Decision ”Karriärutveckling” betecknar en livslång process i vilken individens liv och verksamhet formas.
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Gati (1986) defines vocational choices as a particular case of decision making under uncertainty with the aim to reach an optimal choice among alternatives (a multi criterion decision making problem, MCDM in short). The uncertainties in the decision can be looked at in terms of the lack of clear Career decision-making was one of my first research interests, as part of a longitudinal study of the short-lived Training Credits scheme for young people, in the early 1990s. Based upon that work, I, Andrew Sparkes and Heather Hodkinson developed a new theory of career decisionmaking, … Thank you! Application in Career Counseling Method of thinking and guidance Makes counseling realistic (horizons for action) Career-related learning (Pragmatic and technical rationality) Encourages us to work with the grain, in synergy with some other significant influences. 2016-10-12 The process of career development theory comes from four disciplines: 3.
British Journal of Sociology if Education, 18:1, 29-44. Hodkinson, Phil; Sparkes
skifte och en individualiseringsprocess på arbetsmarknaden. Hodkinson, P & Sparkes, A C. (1997), Careership: a sociological theory of career decision. En andra teoretisk utgångspunkt är The Careership Theory, som lägger fokus på brytpunkter. Denna process sker mot bakgrund av individens livshistoria.
One of our artikeln Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making. av S Lovén · 2015 — Career theory, decision making, decision psychology, planned happenstance, careership, Planned happenstance, careership, Gottfredsson .
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British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 18.