by Robert Joseph Rossi - 1979
While descriptions of the phenomenon Career Education and of particular ideas about what Career Education practices ought to be are available, it seems that conceptual clarity, as this can be achieved through analysis of how the term is used in discourse, has either been neglected or (what may be worse) has been assumed. Since there can be neither specific identification nor full understanding of what is an instance of Career Education without clear understanding of what the concept means, much of the debate concerning this educational practice is, at best, difficult to follow. The present article seeks to clarify this situation by taking the concept Career Education as the subject of analysis.
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