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is investigating higher education and life-long learning, on the one hand, and professionalism, on the other hand. Her interests are motivated by their actuality and their complex linkage to the politics of education. rita.foss@ped.gu.se JaRMo houtsonen is Senior Researcher in the Department of

In: European Nurses' Life and Work Under Restructuring

world sometimes is. So many people living together who try to make the best of life (or simply devastate the world.) For Ralph, the effect of the minor is a deeper understanding of the complexity in our modern globalized society. To conclude this short analysis of Ralph’s worldview, I would like to

In: Complexity in Education
Author: Melissa Moreno

life. For years, I remember Gloria telling me, “cuídate, take care of your well being, especially from oppressive people and places.” From her, I learned that, like a desert or sea turtle, I must carry my sense of home on my back for the many migrations and travels on the living road. When I moved

In: Trajectories
Author: Hanna Ezer

”—The Passages in my Life Galit chose to begin her autobiography with the biography of her parents, as she was convinced it would be impossible to understand her life without understanding what motivated her parents to immigrate to Israel and why they chose to live on a kibbutz rather than in a city. As she

In: Self-Study Approaches and the Teacher-Inquirer

life versus the meaning that Jenna attaches to her behaviour. Another problem is that career theory and research seem somewhat removed from how Jenna is living her R. A. YOUNG AND N. E. POPADIUK 10 life, in that, she is primarily concerned with supporting herself and cannot easily pursue

In: Social Constructionism in Vocational Psychology and Career Development

in establishing and maintaining happiness in life. By definition then, on a group level, positive psychology posits that happiness relates to civic virtues and the institutions that move individuals towards better citizenship (responsibility, nurturance, altruism, civility, moderation, tolerance

In: Career Development in Childhood and Adolescence
Authors: Wendy Patton and Mary McMahon

process. More recently Savickas (2005) discussed the vocational person- ality as the first component of career construction theory and emphasised the importance of life themes as a narrative through which individuals express their uniqueness. These recent conceptualisations have reflected a significant

In: Career Development and Systems Theory
Author: Ann M. Foster

universities. Their smiles said it all.. College was new road for them, my one older sibling had not expressed any university plans for post high school life, and I was living in a family that did not seem to plan ahead or at least talk about possibilities. But I ventured on enthusiastically framing the

In: Trajectories
Author: Anna Lea Todd

school with few spaces for diversity in a city contently divided along the color line, and found lies the only way to avoid teachers probing into my home life. Fortunately, according to some, we had relatives that lived on the “good” side of town allowing me to attend the “good” school. Like an

In: Trajectories
Author: Inna Semetsky

at the threshold of a new beginning. The Three of Cups in the third position provided some information with regard to what motivated Omar in his search. He achieved happiness and abundance in his personal life, and he felt that to maintain the joy and bring further happiness into his life and

In: Re-Symbolization of the Self