Career development in the Pacific islands: Key issues influencing educational and vocational achievement
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- International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 2002, 2 (1), pp. 7 - 20
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The Pacific Islands provide anexample of cultural heterogeneity compoundedwith economic, historical and geographicbackgrounds that limit the scope foreducational and vocational achievements as wellas the study of career development. Althougheducation is a regional priority, an emphasison formal systems of assistance for careerdevelopment is not evident; it is embeddedwithin personal self-direction, familytraditions or the educational system. Atentative model is proposed for (a) theanalysis of educational and vocationalachievements; and (b) for career developmentresearch in the region.
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