New issue of CJCD includes focus on ageing workers, elite athletes and fostering graduate students
The Fall 2023 edition of the Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been released, exploring current and emerging issues in career development affecting ageing workers and elite athletes, as well as fostering graduate students. Ethical reflections on virtual counselling and Hope-Action inventory are also in focus.
- Organizational Age Scale: New Lenses to Assess the Ageing of Workers, Amélie Doucet, Sophie Meunier & Martine Lagacé
- Planning Life Outside of Sport: Elite Athletes’ Help-Seeking Behaviours Toward Career Support Resources, Sophie Brassard, Sylvain Bourdon & Patricia Dionne
- Clinical Supervision in Group Career Counselling: A Qualitative Analysis of Career Development of Supervised Persons, Audrey Lachance, Patricia Dionne & Réginald Savard (abstract in English, full article in French)
- Virtual Career Counselling Support: Ethical Reflections from Career Counsellors, Michel Turcotte & Liette Goyer (abstract in English, full article in French)
Practitioner and Community Best Practices
- Fostering Graduate Student Engagement for the Future of Career Development, Candy Ho & Alexandra Manoliu
Graduate Student Research Brief
- Developing Norms for the Hope-Action Inventory with a Substance Misuse Sample, Lauren N. Currie & Robinder P. Bedi
CJCD is a peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices from Canada and around the world. Submissions are open to articles that are Canadian and international in scope and deal with career development in its broadest sense. In addition to peer-reviewed Articles on completed research from faculty and graduate students, publication categories also include Research-In-Motion, Graduate Student Research Briefs, Practitioners & Community Best Practices, and Book Reviews.
The journal is a partnership between CERIC and Memorial University of Newfoundland with the support of The Counselling Foundation of Canada as well as the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. CJCD celebrated its 20th anniversary last year and continues to publish twice a year in a digital format. It is free to subscribe and all issues of the open-access journal dating back to 2002 are available online.