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Returning to our roots: immigrant populations at work.
J Career Dev 2012 Feb; 39(1):3-12
This introductory article to the special issue on immigrants and work provides a historical context of the career development profession. Beginning with Parsons and the early reformers of the 1900s, the authors contend that the field was founded on principles of social justice and multiculturalism with an aim toward societal change. Just as helping professionals assisted the new immigrants of the previous century, there is a need and opportunity to be of service to the immigrants of the 21st century. Unique career-related issues for immigrant clients are discussed. An overview of the six pieces in this volume is briefly described along with common themes.
Humans; Men; Women; Sociological-factors; Workers; Author Keywords: immigrant; social justice; multiculturalism; history; reform; discrimination; returning to our roots; immigrant populations at work
Michael J. Stebleton, Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Issue of Publication
Journal of Career Development
MN; OH; MI
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