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2014 | 15 | 113-127
Article title

Oblicza współczesnych karier w perspektywie poradoznawczej

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Faces of contemporary careers in the counsellogy perspective
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Due to constantly transforming socio-economic reality as well as the difficulty of entering and surviving the labour market, which are the factors related to nonlinear character of contemporary carriers, the increasing number of people feel apprehensive about their chances to construct their present and future lives. Therefore, it is little wonder that in recent years the growth in demand for helping activities has been clearly discernible in most countries in the world. Supporting people’s efforts to construct their carriers at different stages of their lives is becoming one of the key tasks of present vocational guidance, which is more and more often (also in Poland) referred to as career counselling. This assignment makes the specialists dealing with helping people to construct their careers increasingly engaged in constant developing and adjusting the forms and ways of their assistance activities for continuously diversifying needs of their clients. On the other hand, it still remains important to answer the question of what the very notion of ‘career’ means to counselling investigators, practitioners and advice-seekers. In this article the author tries to give answers to the following questions: How is the term ‘career’ currently defined? What counselling measures are offered by counselling specialists? To answer the above questions the author shows the transformation of contemporary careers and outlines chosen theories of career counselling, especially the concepts of kaleidoscope career by Lisa A. Maniero and Sherry E. Sullivan, boundaryless career by Michael B. Arthur and Denise M. Rousseau, protean career by D.T. Hall and the model of intelligent career by Michael B. Arthur, Priscilla H. Calman and Roberta DeFillippi.
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15
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113-127
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2014
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ISBN
978-83-7842-129-0
ISSN
2084-2740
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-32322347-ce55-442f-8181-b09cd7cd34e6
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