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by Larry Cochran

The Sense of Vocation: A Study of Career and Life Development download ebook
ISBN:
0791402452
ISBN13:
978-0791402450
Author:
Larry Cochran
Publisher:
SUNY Press (July 5, 1990)
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Pages:
222 pages
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1359 kb
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1488 kb
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Psychology & Counseling
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The Sense Of Vocation book. The Sense Of Vocation: A Study Of Career And Life Development. Larry Cochran examines the meaning of a sense of vocation as it is lived over the course of a life. By studying more than twenty autobiographies of people who clearly had a mission in life, the author identifies commonalities and weaves them into a general story or plot.

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In this sense, life is career and vice versa. This reality calls for an inclusive and comprehensive approach in career counselling. Cochran, L. (1990) The Sense of Vocation: a study of career and life development. Albany: State University of New York Press. Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.

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Larry Cochran examines the meaning of a sense of vocation as it is lived over the course of a life.

Cochran, L. (1990) The Sense of Vocation: a study of career and life development San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 1996) Beyond Career Development–Life Career Development Revisited, in R. Feller & G. Walz (Eds) Career Transitions in Turbulent Times. What is a Career Problem? Career Development Quarterly, 42, pp. 204-215. (1997) Career Counselling: a narrative approach. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. TERM Summer '17. PROFESSOR Thomas Kinga. TAGS Psychology, Personal life, Life Career Integration.

Larry Cochran examines the meaning of a sense of vocation as it is lived over the course of a life. By studying more than twenty autobiographies of people who clearly had a mission in life, the author identifies commonalities and weaves them into a general story or plot. The common story involves a detailed description of four phases of life from childhood through old age. It illustrates how a significant form that unifies desire arises in youth, how individuals transform themselves to adopt a meaningful role in a drama, how a work of life develops, and how a sense of vocation culminates. Thus, the book is important as a descriptive answer to the question of what makes life meaningful. It provides a paradigm case of career at its best.