Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business: Human Resources Management and University Honors
Blue collar workers, Career development, Social cognitive theory, Self-perception, Personality and occupation, Vocational guidance -- Psychological aspects
Blue-collar career development has been overlooked in academia. This study investigates blue-collar career development based on four career development theories including: Holland's theory of vocational types, social cognitive career theory, Super's developmental self-concept theory, and crystallization of vocational self-concept.
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Barber, Sarah J., "A New Perspective on Blue-Collar Work: Examining the Relevance of Common Career Development Theories for Blue-Collar Workers in Manufacturing" (2020). University Honors Theses. Paper 930.