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The career beliefs of inner-city adolescents
by Turner, Sherri L.
This research explored the career beliefs of inner-city adolescents (N = 97). Results identified six types of beliefs: success is related to effort, job satisfaction, work interest and liking, flexibility/adaptability, achievement and persistence, and toleration of uncertainty. A majority of these young people believed that their success was not related to their efforts and had beliefs inconsistent with flexibility/adaptability. Findings are interpreted in light of Happenstance Learning Theory (Krumboltz 2009). (Contains 2 tables.)
Ziebell, Julia L.
Page(s) 1-14
Article ID 1000127567
JOB SATISFACTION
WORK ATTITUDES
URBAN TEENAGERS
ADAPTABILITY (PSYCHOLOGY)
 
Professional School Counseling (HS)
ISSN 10962409
Vol. 15 Iss. 1 Yr. 2011 Oct
 
 
 
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