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This UNESCO handbook for journalism education and training addresses news industry transformations, trust, information... see more

Although constructivist career theory is routinely discussed in the literature, links between theory and practice in... see more

Although social class plays a salient and significant role in career development and occupational attainment, social... see more

Recent meta-analyses of the career choice intervention literature (Brown & Ryan Krane, 2000; Ryan, 1999) identified five... see more

This study examines the impact of social class on the school-to-work (STW) transitions of young adults in working-class... see more

The psychometric properties of Super’s Work Values Inventory–Revised (SWVI-R) were examined in a sample of 213 African... see more

Brown and Krane have posited a tripartite model of career indecision, which includes three higher order factors: negative... see more

Using two very different sets of survey data, we investigated Gottman’s (1994a, 1999) observational findings regarding... see more

The burgeoning empirical literature exploring the factors accounting for individual differences in psychological... see more

The construct of multicultural competence has gained much currency in the counseling psychology literature. This article... see more

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) was created by Congress in 2000 as part of the Children’s Health Act... see more

Individuals engaged in consensual non-monogamy (CNM) face broad and potentially harmful experiences of sexual stigma in... see more

From foundational science to new and novel research, discover our large collection of Physical Sciences and Engineering... see more

Explores the relevance of identity problems in assessing and understanding personality pathology

Research outlining the study of depression and personality disorders

Juveniles who commit crimes are likely to exhibit conduct problems in their youth. Persistent and long-term antisocial... see more