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Traditional guidance theory references

  • Armstrong, P. I. and S. F. Anthoney (2009) "Personality facets and RIASEC interests: An integrated model." Journal of Vocational Behavior, 75(3): 346-359.
  • Arnold, J., J. Loan-Clarke, C. Coombs, A. Wilkinson, J. Park and D. Preston (2006). "How well can the theory of planned behavior account for occupational intentions?" Journal of Vocational Behavior 69(3): 374-390.
  • Bandura, A. (1986) Social foundations of thought and action: a social cognitive theory, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  • Beamon, K. and P. A. Bell (2002). ""Going Pro": the deferential effects of high aspirations for a professional sports career on African-American student athletes and White student athletes." Race and Society 5(2): 179-191.Bright, J. E. H., R. G. L. Pryor, E. W. M. Chan and J. Rijanto (2009). "Chance events in career development: Influence, control and multiplicity." Journal of Vocational Behavior 75(1): 14-25.
  • Bielenski, H. and A. Wagner (2003). "Employment options of men and women in Europe." Advances in Life Course Research 8: 137-162.
  • Bright, J. E. H., R. G. L. Pryor and L. Harpham (2005). "The role of chance events in career decision making." Journal of Vocational Behavior 66(3): 561-576.
  • Brown, D. (1990) ‘Summary, comparison & critique of the major theories’, in Brown, D., Brooks, L. & Associates (Eds), Career Choice & Development, San Francisco, Jossey Bass, pp338-363.
  • Bordin, E.S. (1994) ‘Intrinsic motivation and the active self: convergence from a psychodynamic perspective, in Savickas, M.L. & Lent, R.L. (Eds) Convergence in Career Development Theories, Palo Alto, California, CPP Books, pp53-61.
  • Bynner, J. & Roberts, K. (1991) (eds) Youth and Work: Transition to employment in England and Germany, London: Anglo-German Foundation.
  • Daws, P.P. (1981) The socialisation/opportunity-structure theory of the occupational location of school leavers: A critical appraisal, in Watts, A.G., Super, D.E. & Kidd, J.M. (Eds) Career Development in Britain: Some contributions to theory and practice, Cambridge, England: CRAC/Hobsons Press, p246-278.
  • Daws, P. (1992) Are Careers Education Programmes in Seconday Schools a Waste of Time? - A Reply to Roberts: Postcript in Dryden, W. & Watts, A.G (eds) Guidance and Counselling in Britain: a 20 year perspective, Cambridge: Hobsons Publishing, p208-210.
  • Diemer, M. A. and D. L. Blustein (2006). "Critical consciousness and career development among urban youth." Journal of Vocational Behavior 68(2): 220-232.
  • Diemer, M. A., A. Kauffman, N. Koenig, E. Trahan and C.-A. Hsieh (2006). "Challenging Racism, Sexism, and Social Injustice: Support for Urban Adolescents' Critical Consciousness Development." Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 12(3): 444-460.
  • Dik, B. J. and R. D. Duffy (2009). "Calling and Vocation at Work: Definitions and Prospects for Research and Practice." The Counseling Psychologist 37(3): 424-450.
  • Elosua, P. (2007). "Assessing vocational interests in the Basque Country using paired comparison design." Journal of Vocational Behavior 71(1): 135-145.
  • Evans, K. (2002). "Taking Control of their Lives? Agency in Young Adult Transitions in England and the New Germany." Journal of Youth Studies 5(3): 245-269.
  • Farmer, H., Rotella, S., Anderson, C. & Wardrop, J. (1998) ‘Gender Differences in Science, Math, and Technology Careers: prestige level and Holland interest type’, in Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol.53, No.1. pp 73-96.
  • Ferreira, J. A., E. J. R. Santos, A. C. Fonseca and R.F. Haase (2007). "Early predictors of career development: A 10-year follow-up study." Journal of Vocational Behavior 70(1): 61-77.
  • Fouad, N. A. and M. T. Brown (2000). Role of race and social class in development: Implications for counseling psychology. Handbook of counseling psychology S. D. Brown and R. W. Lent. Hoboken, NJ, US, John Wiley & Sons Inc. : 379-408.
  • Gaudron, J.-P. and S. Vautier (2007). "Analyzing individual differences in vocational, leisure, and family interests: A multitrait-multimethod approach." Journal of Vocational Behavior 70(3): 561-573.
  • Ginzberg, E., Ginsburg, S.W., Axelrad, S., & Herma, J.L. (1951) Occupational Choice: an approach to a general theory, New York, Columbia University Press.
  • Gordon, J. A. (2000) Asian American Resistance to Selecting Teaching as a Career: The Power of Community and Tradition. Teachers College Record 102, 173-196.
  • Gottfredson, G.D. (1999) ‘John L. Holland’s contributions to vocational psychology: a review & evaluation’, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol.55, No.1.pp15-40.
  • Hargrove, B. K., M. G. Creagh, and B. L. Burgess (2002). "Family Interaction Patterns as Predictors of Vocational Identity and Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy." Journal of Vocational Behavior 61(2): 185-201.
  • Hartung, P. J., D. M. Lewis, K. May, and S. G. Niles (2002). "Family Interaction Patterns and College Student Career Development." Journal of Career Assessment 10(1): 78-90.
  • Holland, J.L. (1966) The Psychology of Vocational Choice, Waltham, MA: Blaisdell.
  • Holland, J.L. (1973) Making Vocational Choices: A theory of careers, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  • Holland, J.L. (1985) Making Vocational Choices: A theory of vocational personalities and work environments, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  • Holland, J.L. (1992) (2nd ed) Making Vocational Choices: A theory of vocational personalities and work environments, Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources.
  • Holland, J.L. (1994) ‘Separate but unequal is better’, in Savickas, M.L. & Lent, R.L. (Eds) Convergence in Career Development Theories, Palo Alto, California, CPP Books, pp45-53.
  • Jordan, T. E. and M. L. Pope (2001). "Developmental Antecedents to Adolescents' Occupational Knowledge: A 17-Year Prospective Study." Journal of Vocational Behavior 58(2): 279-292.
  • Kenny, M. E., L. Gualdron, D. Scanlon, E. Sparks, D. L. Blustein and M. Jernigan (2007). "Urban Adolescents' Constructions of Supports and Barriers to Educational and Career Attainment." Journal of Counseling Psychology 54(3): 336-343.
  • Kidd, J.M., Killeen, J., Jarvis, J. & Offer, M. (1994) ‘Is guidance an applied science?: the role of theory in the careers guidance interview’, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.22, No.3. pp373-384.
  • Krumboltz, J.D. (1994) ‘Improving career development theory from a social learning perspective’, in Savickas, M.L. & Lent, R.L. (Eds) Convergence in Career Development Theories, Palo Alto, California, CPP Books, pp9-31.
  • Krumboltz, J.D. & Coon, D.W. (1995) Current Professional Issues in Vocational Psychololgy in Walsh, W.B. and Osipow, S.H. Handbook of Vocational Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice, (2nd ed) Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp391-426.
  • Krumboltz, J.D., Kinnier, R.T., Rude, S.S., Scherba, D.S. and Hamel, D.A. (1986) Teaching a Rational Approach to Career Decision Making: who benefits most? in Journal of Vocational Behaviour, 29, p1-6.
  • Krumboltz, J.D. & Levin, A.S. (2004) Luck is no accident: making the most of happenstance in your life and career. Atascadero, CA: Impact Publishers
  • Krumboltz, J.D., Mitchell, A.M. & Jones, G.B. (1976) A Social Learning Theory of Career Selection in The Counselling Psychologist, 6, 1, pp71-81.
  • Krumboltz, J.D. & Nichols, C. W. (1990) Integrating the Social Learning Theory of Career Decision Making in Walsh, W.B. & Osipow, S.H. (eds) Career Counseling: Contemporary Topics in Vocational Psychology, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc., New Jersey, pp.159-192.
  • Law, B. (1981) ‘Community interaction: a mid-range focus for theories of career development in young adults’, reproduced in Dryden, W. and Watts, A.G. (Ed) Guidance and Counselling in Britain: a 20-year perspective, Cambridge, Hobsons Publishing, pp211-230.
  • Law, B. (1996) ‘A career-learning theory’, in Watts, A.G., Law, B., Killeen, J., Kidd, J.M. & Hawthorn, R. (Eds) Rethinking Careers Education & Guidance: theory, policy and practice, London, Routledge, pp23-45.
  • Leong, F. T. L., P. J. Hartung, D. Goh and M. Gaylor (2001). "Appraising Birth Order in Career Assessment: Linkages to Holland's and Super's Models." Journal of Career Assessment 9(1): 25-39.
  • Leong, F.T.L., Austin, J.T., Sekaran, U. & Komarraju, M. (1998) ‘An evaluation of the cross-cultural validity of Holland’s theory: career choices by workers in India’, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 52, No.4. pp441-455.
  • Long, L. and T. J. G. Tracey (2006). "Structure of RIASEC scores in China: A structural meta-analysis." Journal of Vocational Behavior 68(1): 39-51.
  • Maslow, A.H. (1954) Motivation and Personality, New York, Harper and Row.
  • Mitchell, L.K. & Krumboltz, J.D. (1996) ‘Krumboltz’s learning theory of career choice and counseling’, in Brown, D., Brooks, L. & Associates (Eds) Career Choice and Development (3rd Ed), San Francisco, California, Jossey Bass, pp223-280.
  • Mitchell, K.E.., Levin, A.S. & Krumboltz, J.D. (1999) Planned happenstance: constructing unexpected career opportunities in Journal of Counseling and Development,77, p115-124.
  • Mobley, M. & Slaney, R.B. (1996) ‘Holland’s Theory: its relevance for lesbian women and gay men’, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol.48, No.2. pp125-135
  • Orgocka, A. and J. Jovanovic (2006). "Identity Exploration and Commitment of Albanian Youth as a Function of Social Opportunity Structure." European Psychologist 11(4): 268-276.
  • Osipow, S.H. & Fitzgerald, L.F. (1996) Theories of Career Development (4th Edn), Needham Heights, Massachusetts, Allyn & Bacon.
  • Ozbilgin, M., F. Kusku and N. Erdogmus (2005). "Explaining influences on career ‘choice’: the case of MBA students in comparative perspective." International Journal of Human Resource Management 16(11): 2000.
  • Palladino Schultheiss, D. E. (2008). "Current Status and Future Agenda for the Theory, Research, and Practice of Childhood Career Development." Career Development Quarterly 57: 7-24.
  • Parsons, F. (1908) Choosing a Vocation, Boston: Houghton Mifflin
  • Proyer, R. T. and J. Häusler (2007). "Gender Differences in Vocational Interests and Their Stability Across Different Assessment Methods." Swiss Journal of Psychology 66(4): 243-247
  • Reay, D., J. Davies, M. David and S. J. Ball (2001). "Choices of Degree or Degrees of Choice? Class, and the Higher Education Choice Process." Sociology 35(04): 855-874.
  • Roberts, K. (1968) `The entry into employment: an approach towards a general theory', Sociological Review, 16, p165-84.
  • Roberts, K. (1977) `The social conditions, consequences and limitations of career guidance', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 5, p1-9.
  • Roberts,K. (1984) School Leavers and their Prospects, Buckingham: OU Press.
  • Roberts, K. (1993) `Career Trajectories and the mirage of increased social mobility', in Bates, I. and Riseboroug (eds.), Youth and Inequality, Buckingham: OU Press.
  • Roberts, K. (1995) Youth Employment in Modern Britain, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Roberts, K. (1997) `Prolonged Transitions to Uncertain Destinations: the implications for careers guidance', in British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 25, 3, p345-360
  • Roberts, K. (2000) Cause for optimism: Current reforms can work, in Careers Guidance Today, 8, 5, p25-27.
  • Roberts, K. (2006). "The career pathways of young adults in the former USSR." Journal of Education and Work 19(5): 415-432.
  • Roe, A. (1956) The Psychology of Occupations, New York, Wiley.
  • Roe, A. (1957) ‘Early determinants of vocational choice’, Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol.4, No.3. pp212-217.
  • Roe, A. & Lunneborg, P.W. (1990) ‘Personality, development and career choice’, in Brown, D., Brooks, L. & Associates, (Eds) Career Choice and Development, (2nd Edn), San Francisco, California, Jossey-Bass, pp68-101.Rodger, A. (1952) The Seven Point Plan, London: NIIP.
  • Rottinghaus, P. J., C. K. Hees and J.A. Conrath (2009) "Enhancing Job Satisfaction Perspectives: Combining Holland Themes and Basic Interests." Journal of Vocational Behavior, 75(2): 139-151.
  • Savickas, M.L. (1997) ‘Constructivist career counseling: models and methods’, Advances in Personal Construct Psychology, Vol.4, No.2. pp149-182.
  • Savickas, M.L. (1999) ‘Introduction: John L. Holland’, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol.55, No.1.pp.1-4.
  • Schoon, I., P. Martin and A. Rosee (2007). "Career transitions in times of social change. His and her story." Journal of Vocational Behavior 70(1): 78-96.
  • Sharf, R.S. (1997) Applying Career Development Theory to Counselling, Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole.
  • Shepard, B. (2005). "Embedded Selves: Co-Constructing a Relationally Based Career Workshop for Rural Girls." Canadian Journal of Counselling 39(4): 234-244.
  • Sullivan, B. A. and J.-I. C. Hansen (2004). "Mapping Associations Between Interests and Personality: Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Individual Differences in Vocational Behavior." Journal of Counseling Psychology 51: 287-298.
  • Super, D. E. (1957) The Psychology of Careers, New York, Harper and Row.
  • Super, D.E. (1980) A Life-Span, Life-Space Approach to Career Development in Journal of Vocational Behaviour, 16, pp282-298.
  • Super, D.E. (1988) Vocational adjustment: implementing a self-concept, Career Development Quarterly, 36, p188-194.
  • Super, D.E. (1990) A Life-Span, Life-Space Approach to Career Development in Brown, D. Brooks, L. & Associates (2nd edn) Career Choice and Development San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp197-261.
  • Super, D.E., Savickas, M.L., & Super, C.M. (1996) ‘The life-span, life-space approach to careers’, in Brown, D., Brooks, L, & Associates (Eds) Career Choice & Development, (3rd Edn), San Francisco, California, Jossey-Bass, pp121-178.
  • Super, D.E., Tiedeman, D.V. & Borow, H. (1961) ‘Vocational development: a symposium’, Personnel Guidance Journal, Vol. 40, No.1. pp11-15.
  • Thomson, R., R. Bell, J. Holland, S. Henderson, S. McGrellis and S. Sharpe (2002). "Critical Moments: Choice, Chance and Opportunity in Young People's Narratives of Transition." Sociology 36(2): 335-354.
  • Van Hooft, E. A. J., M. P. Born, T. W. Taris and F. van der Flier (2004). "Job search and the theory of planned behavior: Minority-majority group differences in The Netherlands." Journal of Vocational Behavior 65(3): 366-390.
  • Watkins, C.E. & Savickas, M.L. (1990) ‘Psychodynamic career counselling’, in Walsh, W.B. and Osipow, S.H. (Eds) Career Counseling: contemporay topics in vocational psychology, Hillsdale, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp79-116.
  • Zunker, V.G. (1998) (5th edition) Career Counseling: Applied Concepts of Life Planning, Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole.