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Career theory for women and minority ethnic group references

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  • Betz, N.E. (1994) Basic Issues and Concepts in Career Counseling for Women, in Wash, W.B. & Osipow, S.H. (1994) (ed) Career Counselling for Women Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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  • Farmer, H.S. (1997) Women's motivation related to mastery, career salience, and career aspiration: a multivariate model focusing on the effects of sex role socialization in Journal of Career Assessment, 5, p355-381.
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  • Fitzgerald, L.F, Fassinger, R.E. & Betz, N.E. (1995) Theoretical Advances in the Study of Women's Career Development in Walsh, W.B. & Osipow, S.H. (eds) (2nd edition) Handbook of Vocational Psychology: theory, research and practice, Mahway, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Fitzgerald, L.F. & Betz, N.E. (1994) Career Development in Cultural Context: the role of gender, race, class, and sexual orientation in Savickas, M.L. & Lent, W. (eds) Convergence in Career Development Theories: implications for science and practice, Palo Alto, California:CPP Books.
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  • Hackett, G. & Betz, G. (1981) A self-efficacy approach to the career development of women in Journal of Vocational Behaviour, 18, p326-339.
  • Herzig, A. H. (2004). "Becoming Mathematicians: Women and Students of Color Choosing and Leaving Doctoral Mathematics." Review of Educational Research 74(2): 171-214.
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  • Luzzo, D. A. and E. H. McWhirter (2001). "Sex and Ethnic Differences in the Perception of Educational and Career-Related Barriers and Levels of Coping Eficacy." Journal of Counseling & Development 79: 61.
  • Lyness, K. S. and D. E. Thompson (2000). "Climbing the Corporate Ladder: Do Female and Male Executives Follow the Same Route?" Journal of Applied Psychology 85(1): 86-101.
  • Osipow, S. H. & Littlejohn, E.M. (1995) `Toward a Multicultural Theory of Career Development: Prospects and Dilemmas', in Leong, F. Career Development & Vocational Behaviour of Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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  • Valcour, M. and J. J. Ladge (2008). "Family and career path characteristics as predictors of women's objective and subjective career success: Integrating traditional and protean career explanations." Journal of Vocational Behavior 73(2): 300-309.
  • Yanar, B., Marie-Hélène, B. and G.P. Latham (2009). "The effect of verbal self-guidance training for overcoming employment barriers." Applied Psychology 58(4): 586-601.