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Guidance in Quest

by Kathryn L. Hopwood - 1964

The author finds in six recent books on guidance (1) a dissatisfaction with technical tricks of the counseling trade, (2) a considerable gap between theory and its practical application, and (3) a remarkable diversity in the ideas that are advanced as genuinely relevant to the enterprise. On the other hand, she approvingly notes a growth toward greater thoughtfulness and an effort to found guidance practices on the understandings of the behavioral sciences and to evaluate them in the light of serious philosophical criteria. The verdict: More intellectual work is necessary before guidance can be properly called a full profession.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 65 Number 6, 1964, p. 546-549
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2664, Date Accessed: 8/3/2020 11:01:44 PM

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