By Wendy Patton, Mary McMahon
Deals practitioners, researchers and scholars a complete creation to, and evaluation of, profession concept; introduces the structures concept Framework of occupation improvement; and demonstrates its substantial modern and cutting edge software to perform.
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In addition, it has been criticised for focusing on intraindividual issues to the detriment of contextual issues (D. Brown, 2002d; Collin & Young, 1986; Lent, 2001; Leong, 1995; Savickas, 2013a), and for being hampered by an overlap in conceptualisation of many elements (F. H. Borgen, 1991; Osipow, 1990; Patton & McMahon, 1999, 2006a) and a proliferation of models (Guichard & Lenz, 2005). The need to focus on work in a changing global world has also received attention (Krieshok, Motl, & Rutt, 2011; Reardon, Lenz, Sampson, & Peterson, 2011).
D. , 1994, 1996, 2002; McMahon & Patton, 1995; Patton & McMahon, 1999, 2006a; Reardon, Lenz, Sampson, & Peterson, 2011; Savickas, 2001, 2002, 2005; 2013a; Valach & Young, 2009; Young, Valach, & Collin, 1996, 2002; Young, Domene, & Valach, 2014). Career development theory in the 21st century is responding to challenges from three key issues – the need for integration or convergence of theories, the importance of including other fields in this integration, and the influence of constructivism and social constructionism.
Brown (2002a) named all theories as being derived from the disciplines of psychology and sociology and from the philosophical underpinnings of logical positivism and social constructionism. The theories included in the 2002 (4th) edition of D. Brown’s book include sociological perspectives (Johnson & Mortimer), developmental and postmodern theories (L. S. Gottfredson, Savickas, Young, Valach, & Collin), theories anchored in learning theory (Lent, S. D. ), and trait-factor theories (Holland, Dawis, D.
Career Development and Systems Theory: Connecting Theory and Practice by Wendy Patton, Mary McMahon