Reason, Intuition, And Social Justice: Elaborating On Parsons's Career Decision-making Model

Title

Reason, Intuition, And Social Justice: Elaborating On Parsons's Career Decision-making Model

Creator

Hartung P J; Blustein D L

Publisher

Journal of Counseling and Development

Date

2002
2002

Description

Nearly a century ago, Frank Parsons established the Vocation Bureau in Boston and spawned the development of the counseling profession. Elaborating on Parsons's socially responsible vision for counseling, the authors examine contemporary perspectives on career decision making that include both rational and alternative models and propose that these models be integrated. Returning to counseling's roots in early 20th century social and political reformation movements could ultimately lead the profession to a renewed vision that comprehends career decision making and counseling as a socially situated process entailing purposeful reasoning, prudent intuition, and sustained efforts at ameliorating social injustice.

Subject

behavior; choice; intervention; opportunities; Psychology; work

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

41-47

Issue

1

Volume

80

Citation

Hartung P J; Blustein D L, “Reason, Intuition, And Social Justice: Elaborating On Parsons's Career Decision-making Model,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 28, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10106.

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