Vol. 63 Nbr. 3, September - September 2015
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- Interpersonal and societal mattering in work: a review and critique.
- Leisure activities in unemployed emerging adults: links to career adaptability and subjective well-being.
- Recording and interpreting work-related daydreams: effects on vocational self-concept crystallization.
- An intersectional social capital model of career development for international marriage immigrants.
- Work of full-time mothers: putting voice to the relational theory of working.
- Practitioners' experiences of social media in career services.
- Self-help career services: a case report.