By William P Gothard, Philip Mignot, Marcus Offer, Melvyn Ruff
Assisting others to make occupational offerings calls for a mix of ability and a deep knowing of the area of labor because it is this present day and should be sooner or later. in contrast to texts, which concentration in basic terms on ability, Careers information in Context is designed to improve figuring out of the standards, which form either the labour industry, and careers assistance as an career in itself. Careers tips in Context re-evaluates the idea that of `a profession' within the gentle of financial restructuring, globalization and the expansion of knowledge expertise. It attracts jointly updated theories approximately assistance paintings and debates the significance of integrating conception and perform. reading the strategies during which practitioners interact while paintings
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E. the world view that informs theory construction rather than the theory itself. Competing world views of career helping How we go about providing career help is, like any other activity, inevitably dependent upon our world view, or ‘epistemology’. In acknowledging the difficulty of the term, Griffiths has described epistemology as: a set of questions and issues about knowledge: what it is, how we get it, how we recognise it, how it relates to truth, how it is entangled with power. (1998: 5) Furthermore, at the centre of any question related to epistemology is a set of assumptions about the nature of ‘self’ (Popkewitz, 1991; Goncalves, 1995).
Furthermore, there are many ways of working with individuals in the context of ‘career’ and there are many expectations held by individuals seeking ‘career’ help. A simple classification includes the following activities: careers counselling; careers guidance; careers advice; careers CG03post 31/5/01 4:18 pm Page 39 WORKING WITH INDIVIDUALS 39 information. However, there is evidence to suggest that these activities remain ill-defined and often undifferentiated in the minds of both clients and practitioners (Bates, 1998; DfEE, 1998a).
She states that the rising divorce rate, the proliferation of non-traditional lifestyles, and changes in the nation’s economy, have all had an impact on work behaviour aimed at satisfying the need for survival. As regards pleasure needs, women, because of increased longevity and reduced time spent on child bearing and rearing, now look to paid employment increasingly to satisfy these needs. Looking at contribution needs, Astin states that because our society has tended to undervalue the kinds of occupations traditionally chosen by women, it is not surprising that, as lifestyles have become more diversified and as women’s rights have been codified, more women are choosing nontraditional careers that are more highly valued and recognised.
Career Guidance in Context by William P Gothard, Philip Mignot, Marcus Offer, Melvyn Ruff