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Career Psychology in the South African Context

G. B. Stead

Career Psychology in the South African Context

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Published by Van Schaik Publishers .
Written in English


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Number of Pages201
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Open LibraryOL9313126M
ISBN 10062702629X
ISBN 109780627026294
OCLC/WorldCa66088965

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Career Psychology in the South African Context by G. B. Stead Download PDF EPUB FB2

Career Psychology in the South African Context Paperback – January 1, by M.B. (Ed.) Stead, G.B.: Watson (Author)First published:   Career psychology in the South African context provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development, referring to many published articles both in South Africa and abroad.

It gives a South African perspective on the process of career choice, and considers which aspects of overseas practice can be applied locally and which aspects Author: Watson MB.

Career Psychology in the South African Context. Graham Basil Stead, Mark Brownlee Watson. J.L. van Schaik, - Career development - pages.

0 Reviews. Examines state-of-the-art career. Book Review: Career Psychology in the South African Context. H.J. Brand. South African Journal of Psychology 4, Book Review: Career Psychology in the South African Context Show all authors. H.J. Brand.

H.J. Brand. Director: Counselling Section, Centre for Student Counselling, University of Stellenbosch, Private Bag XI Author: H.J. Brand. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Examines historical and state-of-the-art career practices in career psychology ; Provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development ; Gives South African perspectives on the process of career choice ; Focuses on career counselling in this.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Career Psychology in the South African Context by G. Stead; 1 edition; First published in A historical perspective of career psychology in South Africa.

Introduction to career theories. An overview of career theory. The career choice theory of John Holland. The career development theory of Donald Super. Career development and systems theory. Introduction to career by: Career psychology in the South African context provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development, referring to many published articles both in South Africa and abroad.

Career Psychology in the South African Context Paperback – Jan. 1 by G. Stead (Other Contributor)Format: Paperback. Career Psychology in the South African Context (2nd ed.). Hatfield, Pretoria: Van Schaik Publishers., Strong, E. K., Jr.

Vocational Interest : Hall Barbara. Career psychology in the South African context. Pretoria: J Lvan Schaik. The fascinating aspect about career psychology is that it is constantly by: Career psychology in the South African context provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development, referring to many published articles both in South Africa and abroad.

It gives a South African perspective on the process of career choice, and considers which aspects of overseas practice can. Career psychology in the South African context looks at state-of-the-art theories and research in career psychology and career education in the South African and international contexts.

It has been designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as career practitioners, psychologists. Career Psychology - In the South African Context (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition) / Editor: M.B. Watson / Editor: G.B. Stead ; ; Careers guidance. Career psychology in the South African context provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development, referring to many published articles both in South Africa and abroad.

It gives a South African perspective on the process of career choice, and considers which aspects of overseas practice can be applied locally and which aspects require further research. Career psychology in the South African context examines historical and state-of-the-art career practices in career psychology, particularly in relation to conditions in this country.

Career counseling practice. Career decision making and career indecision. The career development of women. Career assessment. Introduction to career education, career information and organizational psychology.

Career education in South Africa. Career information - sources, services and classification. Career development in organizations. Psychologists and Teachers Developed by an Educational Psychologist in South Africa for South African learners; Underpinned by sound theory and tested in a practice.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: A historical perspective of career psychology in South Africa. Given the socio-political transition of the country from a racially defined system that entrenched political and social privilege and hegemony of the minority White population, the role of career.

Afr. Psychol. 30 (4) 50 Career psychology in the South African context GB Stead and MB Watson (Editors) Pretoria: JL van Schaik Publishers, pp R99, 95 As the editors point out quite correctly in the Foreword, a manual on career psychology that focuses on the South African situation is Author: H.J.

Brand. REDEFINING PSYCHOLOGY IN A SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT: FACILITATING EPISTEMOLOGICAL CURIOSITY. JUSTIN GRAEME VERMEULEN. submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of. MASTER OF ARTS. in the subject. PSYCHOLOGY. at the. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA.

SUPERVISOR: DR L. BALOYI. Textbook for Honours Education spec educational psychology. Career psychology in the South African Context R Stay in Somerset West, or additional postage cost. Paxi R If interested WhatsApp only This paper explores the definition of social justice in career psychology and how this might be understood in the South African context.

In particular, macro-contextual factors that define social justice issues in South African career psychology are described. SOUTH AFRICAN PSYCHOLOGY IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Van Ommen, C & Painter, D (eds) () Interiors: A history of psychology in South Africa.

Pretoria: UNISA Press. ISBN pbk. Pages viii + Kevin Kelly CADRE / Institute for Social and Economic Research Rhodes University Grahamstown @ managing career transitions and balancing various life roles) as well as becoming lifelong learners in the sense of professional development over the lifespan.

This international definition of career counselling will be applied within the South African context. Making a Career Choice (Model) Figure 2: Career Journey (source: Sam Vedana).

Psychometrists and registered counsellors are required to complete a six month Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) accredited practicum and a national board examination. In order to qualify and practice as a psychologist, the graduate needs to also complete a Master’s degree in psychology (following a further rigorous selection.

Further, there have been calls to explore career development in terms of its context and process. In this regard, the need for research measures and approaches sensitive to adolescents and particular cultures has been recognised.

This is particularly the case in South African career by: Career psychology in the South African context examines historical and state-of-the-art career practices in career psychology, particularly in relation to conditions in this country.

Career psychology in the South African context provides descriptive and critical analyses of career theories and current thought on career development, referring. Purpose: To deepen students' and practitioners' knowledge, understanding and critical reasoning about complex real-world problems related to the field of Personnel and Career Psychology in the South African organisational context for the purpose of applying such knowledge, insight and reasoning in assisting individuals and organisations to.

Historical perspective of career psychology in South Africa In Stead, G. B., Watson, M. (Eds.), Career psychology in the South African context (pp.

1 – 12). Pretoria: J. van by: The Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA) is the professional body representing psychology professionals in South Africa. PsySSA was formed in Januaryuniting the various bodies that existed until then. PsySSA was structured as a transformed entity to deal with the fast-changing dispensation and speaks authoritatively on behalf.

In: Stead, G.B. & Watson, M.B. (eds).Career psychology in the South African context. 3rd ed. Pretoria: Van Schaik. Abstract: The struggle for justice in South Africa has had many dimensions and tensions, the most pernicious being racial by: 1.

This paper describes and critically examines aspects of career research in South Africa from to The research is grouped into four categories, theory, theoretical constructs, career counseling and education, and career assessment.

Suggestions are provided on the directions South African career research should by: roles and functions within the South African context. The main purpose of the study was to document demographic and descriptive data in relation to educational psychologists’ training, areas of work, and views of their roles and functions, within the context of changes in education policy and their professional practice in South Africa.

“There is still an urgent need for transformation if the practice of psychology is to remain relevant in the South African context. It is also important to remember that psychology is a language-based practice and so, accompanying racial transformation, there is a significant need for psychologists who are able to speak languages other than.

The present article grounds the role of career psychology within the context of South Africa’s past and present history and, in so doing, suggests future issues that career counsellors need to consider.

In particular, the article considers the recursive influence of South Africa’sFile Size: KB. Lack of career advice is failing the youth and results in high unnecessary costs for the country and business, and social discontent, writes Mike : Mike Fraser.

Abnormal Psychology: A South African Perspective highlights cultural variances pertinent to the understanding of abnormal psychology ensuring relevance to the South African context. It includes a chapter on South African legislation on the management of people with disorders, which includesapplicable excerpts from the South African ethical code for psychologists.

Certain issues that are being debated in psychology in a post-apartheid South Africa are discussed, namely the development of professional organizations, indigenous healing and psychology, the psychometric movement, and forms of methodological inquiry. It is argued that South African psychology is striving to become more appropriate to the majority of its peoples, whether it Cited by:.

Africa, the USA, Canada, Australia, Greece, and Portugal. He has also co-edited Career Psychology in the South African Context (, ) and co-authored Planning, Designing and Reporting Research () and X-kit Undergraduate Statistics for the Social Sciences ().Although inclusive education therefore has a universal philosophy and universal practices, in the South African context it needed to be indigenised to meet the needs of the South African education system.

This was done partially through the adoption of an eco-systemic framework in viewing barriers to learning and development.This first edition of Personality Psychology is a locally developed text for undergraduate students studying personality psychology as part of a psychology degree in South Africa.

Its fifteen chapters offer broad coverage of the range of theories prevalent in the past and present study of personality, enabling nuanced responses to questions.