From career adaptability to subjective identity forms

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serval:BIB_813AB1438CCA
Type
A part of a book
Publication sub-type
Chapter: chapter ou part
Collection
Publications
Institution
Title
From career adaptability to subjective identity forms
Title of the book
The construction of the identiy in 21st century : a Festschrift for Jean Guichard
Author(s)
Rossier J., Maggiori C., Zimmermann G.
Publisher
Nova Science Publishers
Address of publication
New York, NY
ISBN
978-1-63463-218-8
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2015
Editor
di Fabio  A., Bernaud  J.-L.
Chapter
4
Pages
45-57
Language
english
Abstract
The life-design paradigm is among those rooted in Guichard's (2009) life self-construction model that describes the identity processes underlying the development of multiple social selves. In this chapter, which is a tribute to the major contribution of Jean Guichard to the field of educational and vocational guidance and counseling, we will try to explicate the links between career adaptability and subjective identity forms. Both highlight two different and important processes that are interdependent and which should be simultaneously considered in the life design paradigm. These processes allow people to behave as active agents in their environment and are of high importance in the contemporary socioeconomic context, characterized by globalization, an increase in employment insecurity, the destructuralization of one's life course, and individualization. This chapter argues that both career adapt-abilities and identity processes rely on reflexivity and self-awareness abilities. For this reason the system of subjective identity forms, as defined by Guichard, can be considered as a meta-competency allowing adaptation, meaning making, but also the allocation of process resources.
Keywords
Career adaptability, Identity, Life design
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07/01/2016 19:29
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20/08/2019 15:41
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