How the decision-making literature might inform career center practice
Krieshok, Thomas S.
KLUWER ACADEMIC-HUMAN SCIENCES PRESS
Scholarly/refereed, author accepted manuscript
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Krieshok (1998) reviewed the empirical literature and concluded with ten things the field knows for sure about career decision-making, as well as ten things we assume we know but which the literature suggests need reconsideration, This article summarizes those findings in light of their implications for career center practice, including less emphasis on becoming decided, more emphasis on acting as one's own agent, and the importance of addressing clients' resistance to engaging in anything more than simple short-term interventions.
Krieshok, TS. How the decision-making literature might inform career center practice. JOURNAL OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT. March 2001, 27(3):207-216.
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