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The following questions will be explored: 1. What is meant by the career decision? 2. What life factors influence the career decision?
2016-01-01 · For example, Hodkinson and Sparkes’s (1997) theory of careership captures the interplay between decision-making and the structural determinants that facilitate, limit and pattern this. They argue that career and educational choices are mostly pragmatic, not systematic, and derive from interactions within social fields or contexts in which people operate. Hodkinson, P. Sparkes, A. (1999) ‘Careership: A Sociological Theory of Career Decision Making’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 18, 1: 29–44. Other Experience decision-making styles to career decision-making profiles: A multidime nsion al approach. Journal of Vocational Behavior , 76, 277-291.
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av O Engberg · 2018 — Hodkinson, Phil & Sparkes, Andrew C. (1997). Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making. British Journal of Sociological of av M Petersson — kvalitativ metod och i analysen har vi utgått från Systems Theory Framework och valda begrepp ur Careership: A Sociological Theory of Career.
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For example, career is used in a range of sociological explanations. From the perspective of those interested in the role of occupations in social stratification and mobility, career choice is construed in terms of influences and constraints on the individual, such as family of origin, education, race, ethnicity, and gender. Web based career guiding applications have emerged as a new means of organized skill training, knowledge acquisition and career decision making.
major parts of Careership theory whilst showing the need competing theories of career decision-making and career Sociological Theory: What Went.
Careership theory responds to this by taking a position in between the dominance of socially-structured decision making, as stated in sociological publications and policy making based on the idea that career decisions are made by the individual out of their own free will and in a rational way. Careership: A Sociological Theory of Career Decision Making Careership: A Sociological Theory of Career Decision Making (pp. 29-44) Career decision-making was one of my first research interests, as part of a longitudinal study of the short-lived Training Credits scheme for young people, in the early 1990s. Based upon that work, I, Andrew Sparkes and Heather Hodkinson developed a new theory of career decisionmaking, which we termed ‘Careership’.
British journal of sociology of education, 18(1), 29-44. Hodkinson, P & Sparkes, A.C. (1997) Careership: A sociological theory of career decision making, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 18:1, 29-44.
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Careership: A sociological theory of career decision making.