Appraising Cultural Identity In Career-development Assessment And Counseling

Title

Appraising Cultural Identity In Career-development Assessment And Counseling

Creator

Hartung P J; Vandiver B J; Leong F T L; Pope M; Niles S G; Farrow B

Publisher

Career Development Quarterly

Date

1998
1998-03

Description

Career-Development Assessment and Counseling (C-DAC) systematically bridges career theory and practice. Integrating differential, developmental, and phenomenological methods, the C-DAC model uses a comprehensive career assessment battery to help clients explore their roles, developmental stages and tasks, career attitudes and knowledge, values, and interests within their unique life contexts. The authors recommend elaborating the C-DAC model to formally appraise cultural. identity in step one of the model and to consider cultural identity concerns throughout the C-DAC process. This should help counselors more dearly understand how cultural factors influence people's career development and vocational behavior.

Subject

asian-americans; behavior; collectivism; college-students; individualism; inventory; minorities; model; Psychology; salience; values

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Rights

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Pages

276-293

Issue

3

Volume

46

Citation

Hartung P J; Vandiver B J; Leong F T L; Pope M; Niles S G; Farrow B, “Appraising Cultural Identity In Career-development Assessment And Counseling,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed July 25, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10121.

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