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Moreover, developmental differences would be expected between upper and lower classmen with regards to traits such as Career Decidedness and Sense of Identity due to normal and expected increases in self-knowledge and vocational maturity.
Such clarity and decidedness would have to be predicated on a level of moral responsibility and legal accountability for the numerous war crimes committed in Iraq.
Antigone's assertive decidedness becomes particularly apparent in her exchanges with her sister Ismene, perhaps the only family member who tries to escape the tragic family curse of the house of Laius by considering her options before acting on them resolutely.
The CDMI measures the individual along eight dimensions: Decidedness, Comfort, Career Choice Anxiety, External Barrier, and Need for Career Information, Readiness, Career Salience, and Inconsistent Information.
Efficacy and outcome expectations influence career exploration and decidedness. The Career Development Quarterly, 46, 179-189.
The Palestinian refugees' predicament in Lebanon must be handled with decidedness and urgency.
Validity has been demonstrated by increased decidedness scores for test-takers who participated in career planning interventions.
Additionally, adaptive career beliefs have been shown to be related to career decidedness and career decision making (Sadeghi, Baghban, Bahrami, Ahmadi, & Creed, 2010); and, in a number of studies, less adaptive career beliefs have been shown to be malleable when students participate in various types of exploration activities (Kovalski & Horan, 1999; Luzzo & Day, 1999; Schnorr, 1998).
it is not unusual for researchers to use multiple dependent measures (e.g., career maturity and career decidedness), or a researcher could evaluate an intervention at the conclusion of treatment (e.g., level of substance use) and then again 6 months later to see if the positive effects of treatment continued.
Play scenarios with anxiety and levels of Cultural and decidedness, as communication appropriate disparities 4.
Convergent validity has been demonstrated through studies that explored the CTI's relationship with measures of vocational identity, neuroticism, and career decidedness. Criterion related validity was supported through a study that showed career counseling clients' CTI scores were higher than nonclients' scores.
Mitchell writes that a key feature of the modern colonial state is organization, which produces the effect of political certainty: "the apparent certainty with which everything is ordered and organised, calculated and rendered unambiguous--ultimately, what seems its political decidedness" (13).
Also discussed is the Career Decidedness Study, developed to improve counseling skills and the services offered to employees seeking career counseling at the Motorola Mesa Career Management Center.