Career Counseling in the Postmodern Era
Hallmarks of the modern era such as logical positivism, objectivistic science, and industrialism are being questioned as we decenter from an "us versus them" singular perspective toward a multiple perspective discourse. All indicators suggest the move from seeking truth to participation in conversations; from objectivity to perspectivity. In tune with these societal changes, career counseling seems to be reforming itself into an interpretive discipline in which practitioners help individuals to relate their quest for meaning to the division of labor in their community. The postmodern era has already engendered six innovations in counseling for career development.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Publication date: 01 January 1993
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