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Literature Search Persons with Disabilities and Career Development updated January 2017  Download  

Topics covered include:

  • Employer practices,
  • Disability issues,
  • Employment retention,
  • Disability and skills,
  • and more.

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Persons with Disabilities and Career Development

(Updated January, 2017)

Ali, M., Schur, L., and Blanck, P. (2011). “What types of jobs do people with disabilities want?” Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. Vol. 21, No. 2, P. 199-210.

Australian Human Rights Commission. (2016 ). Willing to Work. National Inquiry into Employment Discrimination Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability. Australian Human Rights Commission.

Barlow, J., Wright, C., & Cullen, L. (2010). A job-seeking self-efficacy scale for people with physical disabilities: Preliminary development and psychometric testing. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. Volume 30, Issue 1.

Barrington, L., Bruyère, M., Waelder, M. (2014). Employer Practices in Improving Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities: A Transdisciplinary and Employer-Inclusive Research Approach. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. Volume 28, Number 4, pp. 208-224.

Bhattacharya, A., and Long, H. (2015). America still leaves the disabled behind. CNNMoney.

Brown, C.L., and Emery, J.C.H. (2010). “ The impact of disability on earnings and labour force participation in Canada: Evidence from the 2001 PALS and from Canadian case law. Journal of Legal Economics Vol. 16, No. 2, P. 19-59.

Canadian Civil Liberties Association. (2015). Useful Resources for People with Disabilities Related to Employment and Access. Canadian Civil Liberties Association.

Charbonneau, L. (2015 ). Integrated theatre class ‘transforms’ persons with disabilities. University of Lethbridge.

Doyle, A. (2014). Students with disabilities and the first year experience 2011-2014: A longitudinal study. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin.

Government of Canada. (2010). Federal Disability Report: The Government of Canada’s Annual Report on Disability Issues. Human Resources and Skills Development.

Grant, T. (2015). Working wisdom: How workers with disabilities give companies an edge. The Globe and Mail.

Grist, V., Ebener, D., & Smedema, S.M. (in press). The impact of humorous media on attitudes towards persons with disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counselling.

Jodkowska, L.( 2014). Inclusion and Integration of the Disabled into the Labor Market against the Background of the New Regulations in Germany. Equilibrium Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy. Vol. 8, No. 3.

Jones, M.K. (2008). “Disability and the labour market: A review of the empirical evidence.” Journal of Economic Studies. Vol. 35, no. 5, p. 405-424.

Kaye, S.H., Jans, L.H., and Jones, E.C. (2011 ). “Why don’t employers hire and retain workers with disabilities.” Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. Vol. 21, No. 4, P. 526-536.

Kuznetsova, Y. (2012 ). Inclusive corporate culture and employment of persons with disabilities: analysis of CSR strategies of Multinational enterprises in Norway and the UK. The Norwegian Social Research Institute, Oslo, Norway.

Lagan, S., (2011). People with disabilities sent from pillar to post. Sun online edition.

Lai, K., Gurr, S. (2016). Exploring Disability Confidence with Employers. BC Centre for Employment Excellence.

Lamotte, D., Cocco, B., and Lal, I. (2012 ). Disabilities and Decent Work in the Pacific. ILO Country Office for Pacific Island Countries.

Leng Khoo, S., Ta Tiun, L., and Wah Lee, L. (2013). Unseen Challenges, Unheard Voices, Unspoken Desires: Experiences of Employment by Malaysians with Physical Disabilities Kajian Malaysia, Vol. 31, No. 1. 37-55.

Luecking, D.M., Luecking, R.G. (2013). Translating Research into a Seamless Transition Model. Sage Journals.

McAlpine, E., De Natris, P. (2011 ). Ready, Willing & Able Summary Report. Family & Community Services.

McAward, S.M. (2015). Navigating the Career Development of Students with Disabilities: A Collaborative Approach. NASPA.

Meager, N., Higgins, T., (2011). Disability and skills in a changing economy. UK Commission for Employment and Skills.

Navare, S. Counseling at work place: A proactive human resource initiative. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. 12:1-2.

Noonan, B.M., Gallor, S.M., Hensler-McGinnis, N.F., Wang, S., Goodman, J. (2004 ). Challenge and Success: A Qualitative Study of the Career Development of Highly Achieving Women with Physical and Sensory Disabilities. Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol. 51(1), 68-80.

Novick, M., and Rosales, C. (2006 ). Challenges to the Management of Human Resources for Health. Pan American Health Organization.

Prince, M.J. (2016). Inclusive Employment for Canadians with Disabilities. Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Robinson, R. (2016). Career Development Theorey for People with Disabilities: Self-Concept Theory and the Theory of Circumscription and Compromise. Russia Robinson.

Rocco, T.S. (Editor). (2011). Challenging Ableism, Understanding Disability, Including Adults with Disabilities in Workplaces and Learning Spaces: New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, Number 132. Jossey-Bass.

Shallcross, L. (2010). Seeing potential, not disability. Counselling Today, American Counseling Association.

Shaw, L. (2013). Literature Review on Hiring Persons with Disabilities. Designing Enabling Economies & Policies.

Shier, M., Graham, J.R., & Jones, M.E. (2009). Barriers to employment as experienced by disabled people : a qualitative analysis in Calgary and Regina, Canada. Disability & Society, Volume 24, Issue 1.

Smedema, S.M., Catalano, D., & Ebener, D. (2010). The relationship of coping responses to self-worth and subjective well-being: A structural equation model. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletn, 53, 131-142.

Tardi Forgacs, R. (2011 ). Best Practices for Including Persons with Disabilities in all Aspects of Development Efforts. Department of Economics and Social Affairs of the United Nations.

Treanor, D., Doyle, A., Reilly, D. (2013). Supporting non-traditional students: The Student Journey, a new model of engagement – The move from a transactional service delivery model, to a transformational resource Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin.

Turcotte, M. (2016). Persons with disabilities and employment. Statistics Canada.

Vickers, M.H. (2014). Telling Tales to Share Multiple Truths: Disability and Workplace Bullying – A Semi-Fiction Case Study. Springer Science + Business Media, New York.

Wilson-Kovaks, D., Ryan, M.K., Haslam, S.A., and Rabinovich, A. (2008). “Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn’t necessarily mean that you can participate: Barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society. Vol. 23, No. 7. P. 705-717.

Winn, S., & Hay, I. (2009). Transition from school for youths with a disability: issues and challenges. Disability & Society, Volume 24, Issue 1.

Wolper, J. (2017 ). Recruiting and Retaining Employees with Disabilities. The Public Manager.