Cultural Context In Career Theory And Practice: Role Salience And Values

Title

Cultural Context In Career Theory And Practice: Role Salience And Values

Creator

Hartung P J

Publisher

Career Development Quarterly

Date

2002
2002-09

Description

Career theory and practice have long emphasized person variables (e.g., abilities, needs, interests) and have only recently begun focusing on environmental variables in addressing cultural context issues. Contemporary emphasis on contextual variables reflects notable movement toward attaining cultural relevance in career theory and practice. Role salience and values, which are central to developmental perspectives on career and have been considered in other approaches, are key contextual variables that can be examined to make additional progress toward this goal. The author argues that examining the cultural dimensions of social roles and values can enrich theory and enhance practice regarding life-career development.

Subject

clients; identity; location; Psychology; Psychology; richardson 1993; work values

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Rights

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Pages

12-25

Issue

1

Volume

51

Citation

Hartung P J, “Cultural Context In Career Theory And Practice: Role Salience And Values,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed January 17, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10096.

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