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Self-Efficacy, Perceptions of Barriers, Vocational Identity, and the Career Exploration Behavior of Latino/a High School Students, 307

Strategies for Multicultural Student Success: What About Grad School?, 361

Using the Self-Directed Search: Career Explorer With High-Risk Middle School Students, 269

Vocational Skills and Outcomes Among Native American Adolescents: A Test of the Integrative Contextual Model of Career Development, 216

Organizational (also Business, Industry, Government, Nonprofit Agency)

Cross-Cultural Interviewing in the Hiring Process: Challenges and Strategies, 265

Internationalizing Career Counseling: Emptying Our Cups and Learning From Each Other, 12

Policy

Career Development and Guidance Programs Across Cultures: The Gap Between Policies and Practices, 57

Career Guidance Policy: An International Review, 66

The Internationalization of Educational and Vocational Guidance, 77

Professional Issues

Content Analysis of CDQ From 1994–2003: Implications and Trends for Practitioners and Researchers From a Decade of Research, 256

IJEVG and CDQ Editors’ Joint Statement on the Special International Issues, 6

Internationalizing Career Counseling: Emptying Our Cups and Learning From Each Other, 12

Introduction to the Special Issue: Global Perspectives on Vocational Guidance, 8

New Editor’s Introduction, 3

Schools (also School-to-Work)

Career Development and Guidance Programs Across Cultures: The Gap Between Policies and Practices, 57

Self-Efficacy, Perceptions of Barriers, Vocational Identity, and the Career Exploration Behavior of Latino/a High School Students, 307

Using the Self-Directed Search: Career Explorer With High-Risk Middle School Students, 269

Vocational Skills and Outcomes Among Native American Adolescents: A Test of the Integrative Contextual Model of Career Development, 216

Spirituality

Religion, Spirituality, and Career Development in African American College Students: A Qualitative Inquiry, 227

Teaching

Psychology as a Profession: An Effective Career Exploration and Orientation Course for Undergraduate Psychology Majors, 367

Techniques

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