NCDA Publishes CDQ, Career Developments, & Career Convergence
The Winter 2018 issue of Career Developments magazine was mailed to members and should be in mailboxes now. The theme of the issue is "Work Life Balance". View the Table of Contents of the newest issue (as well as editorial and submission information) under Publications:Career Developments.
The December 1st issue of Career Convergence is online now. View it online anytime at www.careerconvergence.org Articles are practical and written by a variety of people working in the field of career development. Members/Subscribers always receive an email link to the web magazine automatically on the first of the month. Submissions welcome anytime.
The CDQ is a benefit of NCDA membership. Members may access the electronic version of the Journal by logging in and clicking on Members Only Resources under their name, on the upper right side of the website. This access is completely searchable!
The Table of Contents for the December 2018 issue is listed below. Read more details about the CDQ (include Submission Guidelines) by clicking on Publications: Career Development Quarterly.
QUARTERLY Volume 66 Number 4 December 2018
Comparing Web-Based and Traditional Career Interventions with Elementary Students: An Experimental Study
Julie A. Cerrito, Jerry Trusty, and Richard Joseph Behun
Black Men and Racial Microaggressions at Work
Mikaela Pitcan, Jennie Park-Taylor, and Janelle Hayslett
Career Transitions of Highly Skilled Immigrants: Two Case Studies
Alexandra Lane and Debbiesiu L. Lee
Family Influence, Critical Consciousness, and Career Calling in Women of Color
Laura Reid Marks, Leigh Harrell-Williams, Kevin Tate, Monica Coleman, and Kanesha Moore
Acculturation and Career Development of International and Domestic College Students
Pei Chun Hou, Debra S. Osborn, and James P. Sampson, Jr.
Career-related Filial Piety and Career Adaptability in Hong Kong University Students
Tracy Hui, Mantak Yuen, and Gaowei Chen
The Impact of a College Career Course on Students’ Career Decision State
Adam Miller, Debra S. Osborn, James P. Sampson, Jr., Gary W. Peterson, and Robert C. Reardon