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Literature Search Career Development and Social Justice updated April 2017 (hyperlinked)  Download  

Topics covered include:

  • Socially fair employability;
  • Democratic approaches to career education;
  • Social justice needs of different types of clients;
  • Social justice competencies for career practitioners;
  • and more.

Career Development and Social Justice

Literature Search (Updated April 2017)

Aldarondo, E. (2013). Advancing Social Justice through Clinical Practice. Routledge.

Arthur, N. (2014). Social Justice in the Age of Talent. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, 14(1), 47-60.

Arthur, N., & Collins, S. (2014). Counsellors, counselling, and social justice: The pofessional is political. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychology. 48, 171-185.

Arthur, N., Collins, S., Marshall, C., McMahon, M. (2013). Social Justice Competencies and Career Development Practices. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Vol. 47, No 2. Pages 136-154.

Arthur, N., Collins, S., McMahon, M., Marshall, C. (2009). Career Practitioners’ Views of Social Justice and Barriers for Practice. Canadian Journal of Career Development. Volume 8, Number 1.

Arthur, N. (2005). Building from Diversity to Social Justice Competencies in International Standards for Career Development Practitioners, International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Springer Netherlands, Volume 5, Number 2/june 2005, p 137 – 148.

Arthur, N. (2005). Social Justice Competencies for Career Development Practitioners, Natcon Papers.

Arthur, N. & Collins, S. (2005). Culture-infused counseling: Celebrating the Canadian Mosaic. Calgary, AB: Counselling Concepts.

Arthur, N. & Collins, S., (2006). Cultural Auditing: A Process to Enhance Multicultural Career Counselling, NATCON.

Arulmani, G., Bakshi, A.L., Leong, F.T.L., Watts, T. (Eds.) (2014) Handbook of Career Development .Springer eBooks.

Blustein, D. L. & McWhirter, E. H. (2005). An Emancipatory Communitarian Approach to Vocational Development Theory, Research and Practice. The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 33, No. 2, 141 – 179.

Borgen, F.H. (2005). Advancing Social Justice in Vocational Theory and Practice, The Counseling psychologist, 33 (2): 197 – 206

Brush, P. (2014). Social Justice: What’s the Career Practitioners’ Role? ContactPoint.

Casey-Cannon, S., Nguyen, W., & Velazquez, C. (2006). Engaging social justice: Applying ecological models of career development to advocate for client, organization, and personal change. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 21 (4), 22 – 33.

Casey-Cannon, S. (2006) Redefining Success: Celebrating diverse career and personal pathways using the ecological model of women’s development. Presentation at the Stanford Professional Women’s Conference, Stanford, CA.

Chope, R.C. & Toporek, R.L. (2004). Practicing career counseling with a social justice perspective. In G.R. Walz & R. Knowdell (Eds.) The transformation of work: Strategies for a new economy (pp. 47 – 51), Tucson, AZ: Counselling Outfitters.

Chope, R.C., & Toporek, R.L.(2007). Providing human services with a social justice approaching. In J. Caleron & G. Stahly (Eds.) Multidisciplinary perspectives through service learning: Race, poverty and social justice. (Mongraph from the CSU System) (pp.148 – 166). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, LLC.

Collins, S., Arthur, N., Brown, C., & Kennedy, B. (2015). Student perspectives: Graduate education facilitation of multicultural and social justice competency. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 19(2), 153-160.

Coillins, S., Arthur, N., McMahon, M., Bisson, S. (2015). Assessing the multicultural and social justice competencies of career development practitioners. Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Collins, S., Arthur, N., McMahon, M.L., Bisson, S. (2014). Development of the Multicultural and Social Justice Competencies (MCSJC) Scale for Career Development Practitioners. The Candian Journal of Career Development, 13 1: 17-30.

Collins, S. (2013). Social justice in a culture of disconnection. Keynote address at the 3rd Annual Counselling Psychology Research Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Dennis, M. (2015). Universities have a key role to play in career counselling. University World News.

Dik, B.J., Duffy, R.D., and Steger, M.F. (2012). Enhancing Social Justice by Promoting Prosocial Values in Career Development Interventions. Counseling and Values, Volume 57. American Counseling Association.

Dispenza, F. (2012). Research with purpose and passion: Social justice and transgender persons. APA Division One.

Fouad, N.A., Gerstein, L.H. & Toporek, R.L. (2006). Social justice and counseling psychology in context. In R.L. Toporek, L. Gerstein, N.A., Fouad, G.S. Roysircar, &T. Tsrael (Eds) Handbook for social justice in counseling psychology: Leadership, vision, & action (pp. 489 – 498). Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage

Gainor, K.. (2005). Social Justice: the Moral Imperative of Vocational Counseling. The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 33, No. 2, p. 180 – 188.

Hartung, P. J. & Blustein, D. L. (2003) Reason, Intuition, and Social Justice: Elaborating on Parson’s Career Decision-Making Model, Journal of Counseling & Development Issue: Volume 80, Number 1/p. 41 – 47.

Helms, J. E. (2003). A Pragmatic View of Social Justice, The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 31, No. 3, 305 – 313.

Herr, E. L. (2008). Social Contexts for Career Guidance throughout the World,

Handbook of Career Guidance, Springer, Science & Business Media.

Hooley, T. (2016). Career guidance for social justice. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 36, 2-11.

Hooley, T. (2016). What can career guidance practitioners do to advance social justice. Presentation to NICEC.

Hooley, T. (2015). Who wins the rat race? Social justice and the graduate labour market. Graduate Market Trends. Autumn, 8-9.

Hooley, T. Emancipate Yourselves from Mental Slavery. Self-actualization, Social Justice and the Politics of Career Education. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

Hyslop-Margison, E. J., (2005), Liberalizing Vocational Study: Democratic Approaches to Career Education, Lanham, MD: University Press of America

Hyslop, E.J. & Pinto L.(2009). Critical literacy for democratic learning in career education. In Holistic, Transformative and democratic education: The future of education. Aundh, Pune, India, ICFAI Publications. (Previously published in the Canadian Journal of Education – duplication/copyright approved by CSSE and authors)

Hyslop, E.J. & Mckerracher, A. (2008). Ontario’s Guidance and Career Education Program: A Democratic Analysis. The Journal of Education and Work, 21 (2) 133 – 142

Ivey, A. E. & Collins, N. M. (2003). Social Justice: A Long-Term Challenge for Counselling Psychology, The Counseling Psychologist. Vol. 31, No. 3. 290 – 298.

Irving, B. A. (2009). Locating social justice in career education: what can a small-scale study from New Zealand tell us? Australian Journal of Career Development.

Irving, Barrie A., (2010) (Re) constructing career education as a socially just practice: An antipodean reflection. Springer, Netherlands.

Kennedy, B.A., Arthur, N. (2014). Social Justice and Counselling Psychology: Recommitment Through Action. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychology. Vol. 48 No. 3 Pages 186-205.

Kent, B.S. (2012). Issues of Social Justice and Career Development. Career Planning AND Adult Development Journal.

Landwehr, R.J. (2015). Fulfilling a counselor’s obligation to social justice work. Counseling Today.

Lenz, J.G., & Osborn, D.S. (2017). Addressing inequities in accessing career and workforce development programs and services in college settings. In V. Scott H. Solberg, & Saba R. Ali (Eds.). The Handbook of career and workforce development practice and policy (pp. 124-146). NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Londono-McConnell, A. (2014). Advocating, Educating, Inspiring: The Expanding Role of Career Professional. NCDA.

Martinez-Roca, C. (2014). The role of Career Guidance in the Development of Competencies for Socially fair Employability. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 139 Pages 343-350.

McIlveen, P., Everton, B., Clark, J (2005). A University Career Service and Social Justice, Australian Journal of Career Development. Volume 14, No. 2.

McIlveen P. & Patton, W. (2006). A Critical reflection on Career Development, International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Springer Netherlands, Vol. 6, No. 1.

McMahon, M., Arthur, N. & Collins, S. (2008). Social justice and career development: looking back, looking forward. Australian Journal of Career Development, Wntr.

Metz, A.J. & Guichard, J., (2009). Vocational psychology and new challenges, Career Development Quarterly.

Motulsky, S.L., Gere, S.H., Saleem, R., and Trantham, S.M. (2014). Teaching Social Justice in Counseling Psychology. The Counseling Psychologist, Vol 42(8) 1058-1083.

Osborn, D.S., (2013). Career education. In Mark Savickas (Ed.) Ten ideas that changed career development (pp1). National Career Development Association

Patton, W., McMahon, M., (2006). Career Development and Systems Theory,

Connecting Theory and Practice, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Raufman, L. (2016). Career Development Practices and Social Justice. California Career Development Association.

Redd, D. (2016). Social Justice and Moorpark College: It takes a Village. California Career Development Journal Sp. 16 Edition: Career Counselling for Social Justice.

Robertson, P.J. (2015). Towards a Capability Approach to Career: Applying Amartya Sen’s Thinking to Career Guidance and Development in International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 15, 75-88.

Sampson, J.P., Jr., Bullock,-Yowell, E., Dozier, V.C., Osborn, D. , & Lenz, J.G. (Eds). (2017). Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice in Vocational Psychology: Current Status and Future Directions, Florida State University Libraries.

Savickas, M. (2003). Advancing the career counseling profession: objectives and strategies for the next decade. Career Development Quarterly.

Shaw, J., Catania, B., Greenbaum, H., & Taylor, J.M., Speak Out, Reach Out: Infusing multiculturalism and social justice from college to community. In M.G. Hickey (Ed.) Service learning in higher education. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Shepard, B.C., Mani, P.S. (2013). Career Development Practice in Canada:Perspectives, Principles, and Professionalism. Canadian Education and Research for Counselling.

Skovhus, R. B. (2016). A focus on educational choice has social justice consequences – an empirical study informed by Sen’s capability approach. National Institute for Career Education and Counselling.

Smith, L.(2008). Positioning Classism Within Counseling Psychology’s Social Justice Agenda, The Counseling Psychologist, 36 (6): 895 – 924

Staunton, t. (2016). Social media, social justice? Consideration from a career development perspective. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 36, 38-45.

Tate, K.A., and Covington Rush, L. (2012). Social Justice and Career Development. NCDA Career Development, Volume 28, #4.

Thomsen, R. (2016). The practice portrait – a method for promoting social justice in practice. National Institute for Career Education and Counselling.

Toporek, R.L., (2006). An integrative approach for competencies: Career counseling, social justice advocacy and the multicultural counseling competencies. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 21 (40), 34 – 50.

Toporek, R.L., & Chope, R. (2006). Individual, programmatic, and entrepreneurial approaches to social justice: Counseling psychologists in vocational and career counseling. In R.L. Toporek, L.H. Gerstein, N.A., Fouad, G.S. Roysircar, & T. Israel (pp. 276 – 293). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Toporek, R.L. Lewis, J.A., & Crethar, H. (in press). Promoting systemic change through the advocacy competencies. Journal of Counseling and Development.

Toporek, R.L., & Sloan, T. (2007). On social action in counseling and psychology: Visions for the journal. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology. I (1) (electronic version)

Toporek, R.L. (2006). An integrative approach for competencies: Career counseling, social justice advocacy and the multicultural counseling competencies. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 21(40), 34 – 50.

Toporek, R.L. (2008). From the margin to the core: The story of the Multicultural Counseling and Social Justice Advocacy Competencies. In counseling. New York: Routledge Press.

Vaccaro, A., D’Aloisio, B., Hoyt, T., Chartelain, A., Croft, S., & Stevens, B. (2017). Developing Social Justice and Inclusion Competencies through Semi-Structured Reflection Papers. In L. Leavitt, S. Wisdom, & K. Levitt (Eds.) Cultural Awareness and Competency Development in Higher Education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Vera, E.M., & Speight, S.L. (2003). Multicultural competence, social justice and counseling psychology: Expanding our roles. Counseling Psychologist, 31, 253 0 272.

Woodend, J. (2014). Fusing Social Justice and Career Development: A Career Development Professionals’ Guide to the Unique Needs of Immigrant Workers. CCPA Career Counsellors.