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Making sense of career theories references


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  • EDWARDS, A., (2003) (Ed) Challenging Biographies: re-locating the theory and practice of careers work Kent: Canterbury Christ Church University College
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  • EGAN, E., (1998) The Skilled Helper (Sixth Edition) London: International Thomson Publishing Europe
  • FIELDING, A.J., & VAUTIER, E., (1994) Guidance Explored Swanley: College of Guidance Studies
  • GOTHARD, B., MIGNOT, P., OFFER, M., & RUFF, M., (2001) Careers Guidance in Context, London: Sage
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  • HOLLAND, J.L., (1973) Making Vocational Choices Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, cited in ARTHUR, M. B., HALL, D. T., and LAWRENCE, B. S., (Eds) (1989) Handbook of Career Theory, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p33
  • HOLLANDERS, H., (1999) ‘Eclecticism and Integration in counselling: implications for training’ in British Journal of Guidance & Counselling Vol. 27, No. 4, 1999 pp 483 - 500
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  • KIDD, J.M., (1996) ‘The Career Counselling Interview’ in WATTS, A.G., LAW, B, KILLEEN, J., KIDD, J., HAWTHORN, J., (1996) Rethinking Careers Education and Guidance: London, Routledge
  • KIDD, J.M., KILLEEN, J., JARVIS, J., & OFFER, M., (1993) Working Models of Careers Guidance: The Interview, Birkbeck College/ NICEC
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  • LAW, B., (1996) ‘A career learning theory’ in WATTS, A.G., LAW, B, KILLEEN, J., KIDD, J., HAWTHORN, J., (1996) Rethinking Careers Education and Guidance: London, Routledge
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  • NORCROSS, J.C., & GRENCAVAGE, L.M. (1989) ‘Eclecticism and Integration in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Major Themes and Obstacles’ in British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, Vol. 17, No. 3 Sept. 1989, pp227 - 247
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