Handbook of Career Studies

Editors: Gunz, Hugh P. and Peiperl, Maury
Publication Year: 2007
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Single-User Purchase Price: $231.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $346.50
ISBN: 978-0-7619-3039-6
Category: Jobs & Careers
Image Count: 24
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

From a view of the history of the field and a map of its elements to a set of essays about the future of careers and work, this volume provides the most complete reference available on the role of work careers in individual lives, institutions, and industries.

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Table of Contents

  • Foreword: Career Research—Some Personal Perspectives - Edgar H. Schein
  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction - Hugh Gunz and Maury Peiperl
  • Part I: The Historical Origins and Current Structure of the Careers Field
  • Introduction to Part I
  • 2. Tracing the Historical Roots of Career Theory in Management and Organization Studies - Celia Moore, Hugh Gunz, and Douglas T. Hall
  • 3. Taxonomy of Career Studies - Maury Peiperl and Hugh Gunz
  • Part II: Main Currents in the Study of Career
  • Section 1: Careers and the Individual
  • 4. Personality and Career Success - Timothy A. Judge and John D. Kammeyer-Mueller
  • 5. Occupational Choice - Mark L. Savickas
  • 6. Career Counseling - Jennifer M. Kidd
  • 7. The Subjective Career in the Knowledge Economy - Svetlana N. Khapova, Michael B. Arthur, and Celeste P. M. Wilderom
  • 8. The Intersection of Work and Family Lives - Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Sharon Foley
  • 9. Late-Career and Retirement Issues - Daniel C. Feldman
  • 10. Organizational Challenges at the Periphery: Career Issues for the Socially Marginalized - Pushkala Prasad, Caroline D’Abate, and Anshuman Prasad
  • 11. Customized Careers - Monique Valcour, Lotte Bailyn, and Maria Alejandra Quijada
  • Section 2: Careers in Context
  • 12. Contextual Issues in the Study of Careers - Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Michael Meyer, and Johannes Steyrer
  • 13. Mentoring and Developmental Networks in the New Career Context - Dawn E. Chandler and Kathy E. Kram
  • 14. Networks and Identities: Reciprocal Influences on Career Processes and Outcomes - Herminia Ibarra and Prashant H. Deshpande
  • 15. The Developmental Theories: A Critical Examination of Their Continuing Impact on Careers Research - Sherry E. Sullivan and Madeline Crocitto
  • 16. Living to Work—Working to Live: Conceptualizations of Careers Among Contemporary Workers - David E. Guest and Jane Sturges
  • 17. The Institutions of Outside Hiring - Peter Cappelli and Monika Hamori
  • 18. Global Careers- Maury Peiperl and Karsten Jonsen
  • Section 3: Careers and Institutions
  • 19. Career Systems and Psychological Contracts - Holly S. Slay and M. Susan Taylor
  • 20. Organizational Demography and Individual Careers: Structure, Norms, and Outcomes - Barbara S. Lawrence and Pamela S. Tolbert
  • 21. Career Patterns and Organizational Performance - Monica C. Higgins and James R. Dillon
  • 22. Careers and Institutions: The Centrality of Careers to Organizational Studies - Candace Jones and Mary B. Dunn
  • 23. Careers Across Cultures - David C. Thomas and Kerr Inkson
  • 24. Boundaries in the Study of Career - Hugh Gunz, Maury Peiperl, and Daniel Tzabbar
  • Part III: Synthesis
  • 25. Designing Career Systems: Are We Ready for It? - Silvia Bagdadli
  • 26. Considering the Darker Side of Careers: Toward a More Balanced Perspective - Yoav Vardi and Sharon H. Kim
  • 27. Continuity, Emergence, and Opportunities for Convergence - Maria L. Kraimer and Scott E. Seibert
  • 28. A Complexity Perspective on Intentional Change in Careers - Richard E. Boyatzis
  • 29. The Catalytic 1970s: Lessons for the 2000s - C. Brooklyn Derr and Jon P. Briscoe
  • 30. Career Studies: Personal ,Side Trips- - Philip H. Mirvis
  • 31. Trends, Paradoxes, and Some Directions for Research in Career Studies - Wayne F. Cascio
  • 32. The Meanings of Career - Audrey Collin
  • 33. Destiny, Drama, and Deliberation: Careers in the Coevolution of Lives and Societies - Nigel Nicholson
  • Afterword: Career Research—Some Issues and Dilemmas - Edgar H. Schein
  • About the Editors
  • About the Contributors