NCDA Fall Publications

CDQ, Career Developments, & Career Convergence Available

The September 1st issue of Career Convergence is online now. View it online anytime at www.careerconvergence.org Articles are organized by work settings, including Post-Secondary, K-12, Counselor Education, Independent, and other Workplaces. Members/Subscribers always receive an email link to the web magazine automatically on the first of the month. Submissions welcome anytime.

The Fall 2018 issue of Career Developments magazine was mailed to members and should be in mailboxes now. View the Table of Contents of the newest issue (as well as editorial and submission information) under Publications:Career Developments.

The CDQ is another 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 fall issue is listed below. Read more details about the CDQ (include Submission Guidelines) by clicking on Publications: Career Development Quarterly.

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QUARTERLY                              Volume 66    Number 3      September 2018




Special Section: Career Development in the Digital Age


Introduction to the Special Section: Career Development in the Digital Age

Paul J. Hartung


The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Issues and Implications for Career Research and Practice

Andreas Hirschi


The Future of Work in a Digital World:  Preparing for Unparalleled Opportunity, Technological Displacement, and Everything in Between

Robert W. Lent


Testing an Integrative Contextual Career Development Model with Adolescents from High-Poverty Urban Areas

Julia L. Conkel-Ziebell, Sherri L. Turner, and George V. Gushue


Breadth of Vocational Interests: The Role of Career Adaptability and Future Orientation

Maria Cristina Ginevra, Chiara Annovazzi, Sara Santilli, Ilaria Di Maggio,

and Elisabetta Camussi


Regular Article


Factors Influencing STEM-Career Aspirations of Underrepresented High School Students

Wei-Cheng J. Mau and Jiaqi Li


Effective Techniques


Extending the Narrative Process: Guided Imagery in Career Construction Counseling

Kevin B. Stoltz, Marty Apodaca, Laith G. Mazahreh


Using Sandtray to Facilitate College Students’ Career Decision Making:

Jacqueline M. Swank and Stephani A. B. Jahn


Brief Report


Negative Career Outlook and the Working Alliance in Career Counseling

Carolyn Alchin, Peter McIlveen, and Harsha N. Perera



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