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Audrey Collie, Richard A. Young, Julie A. Storey, MarieFrance Maranda, Yvan Comeau, Mark L. Savickas, Weedy Patton, Suellen M. Littleton, Michael B. Arthur, Denise M. Rousseau, Danielle Riverin-Simard, Heather Hopfl, Pat Hornby, Damian O'Doherty, Ian Roberts, Ladislav Valach, Mary Sue Richardson, Frederick T L. Leong, Paul J. Hartung, Mike Doyle, Bill Law, A. G. Watts
1. Introduction: framing the future of career Audrey Collin and Richard A. Young; Part I. Changing Contexts: 2. 'Fracture lines' in the career environment Julie A. Storey; 3. Some contributions of sociology to the understanding of career Marie-France Maranda and Yvan Comeau; 4. Renovating the psychology of careers for the 21st century Mark L. Savickas; 5. Changing career: the role of values Wendy Patton; 6. dancing to the music of time Audrey Collin; Part II. New Perspectives: 7. The future of boundaryless careers Suellen M. Littleton, Michael B. Arthur and Denise M. Rousseau; 8. Career development in a changing context of the second part of working life Danielle Riverin-Simard; 9. The future of women's careers Heather Höpfl and Pat Hornby; 10. Career of slide? Managing on the threshold of sense Damian O'Doherty and Ian Roberts; 11. Epic and novel: the rhetoric of career Audrey Collin; Part III. New Directions for Theory, Practice and Policy: 12. Reconceptualising career theory and research: an action-theoretical perspective Richard A. Young and Ladislav Valach; 13. A new perspective for counsellors: from career ideologies to empowerment through work and relationship practices Mary Sue Richardson; 14. Adapting to the changing multicultural context of career Frederick T. L. Leong and Paul J. Hartung; 15. Managing careers in organisations Mike Doyle; 16. Learning for work: global causes, national standards, human relevance Bill Law; 17. The new career and public policy A. G. Watts; The future of career Audrey Collin and Richard A. Young.