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This special issue of the Australian Journal of Career Development marks the milestone of its 30th year of publication. Under the leadership of its editors, the Journal has made a major contribution to Australian career development practitioners, theorists, and researchers as well as...
This collection of reflections from the five former editors of the Australian Journal of Career Development demonstrates the efforts which have been undertaken over time to hold true to its original goals and to ensure that it has continued to develop to ensure its survival and growth within an...
The purpose of this study was to analyse 593 articles from 1120 authors published in the Australian Journal of Career Development between 1992 and 2001. The analysis focused on authorship, type of article, setting/participants and career development theory across three decades as well as across...
In this special issue, we feature reflections from two international researchers, Professor Charles Chen from The University of Toronto, Canada, and Professor Emeritus Mark Watson from Nelson Mandela University, South Africa, who have published their work several times in the journal since the...
This 30th-year anniversary edition of the Australian Journal of Career Development (AJCD) represents a milestone for the Systems Theory Framework (STF) of career development, the genesis of which was published in the 1992 first edition. Beginning as a contextual model of adolescent career...
In acknowledging the contribution of the Australian Journal of Career Development (AJCD's) continuing work to the career development field, this paper briefly outlines the Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC) and its empirical support. Issues relating to closed and open system validation are canvassed....
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