McIlveen, Peter (2009) Career development, management, and planning from the vocational psychology perspective. In: Collin, Audrey and Patton, Wendy, (eds.) Vocational psychological and organisational perspectives on career: towards a multidisciplinary dialogue. Career Development Series (3). Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 63-90. ISBN 978-90-8790-916-1
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This chapter is a consideration of career development, planning, and management from the perspective of vocational psychology. Before describing career development, management, and planning, the chapter begins with a brief overview of the discipline of vocational psychology, highlighting recent trends toward its redefinition. This is followed by a description of the significant constructs and theories of vocational psychology, along with the paradigms under which they are subsumed. In concluding, there is reiteration of a call for paradigmatic diversity in theory, research, and practice.
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