However, the SCCT
model did not explain why five women chose a career in which their role model was a negative influence or failed to inspire them professionally.
is being developed by a consortium of ECT International, Maersk Sealand and a number of Egyptian public and private investors under a 30-year contract.
According to SCCT
(Lent et al., 2000), there are many cognitive--person variables that interact with other characteristics of the individual and the environment to influence career development.
This article presents the results of a study designed to test SCCT
's contention that a history of similar crises intensifies the reputational threat posed by a crisis that results from the victimization of an organization or from an accident, not just from an organization's intentional misdeeds (Coombs & Holladay, 2001).
proposes that an individual's personal agency, as well as other person factors (e.g.
(Lent & Brown, 2013; Lent et al., 1994) seems well suited to explaining career self-management across the life span.
From the theoretical perspective, this study aims to extend the existing knowledge of career advancement with specific reference to the SCCT
(Lent, et al.
At its core, SCCT
first argues that crises represent threats to organizational reputation, thus furthering the threat to "the most fundamental goals of the organization" (Weick, 1988, p.
In applying SCCT
to the context of this study, SCCT
suggests that the likelihood an individual will follow a career and thrive in a specific professional field increases when the individual feels competence (Diegelman & Subich, 2001; Lent et al., 1994).
Considering self-determination within a frame of self-efficacy helps link a primary construct in the understanding of people with ID to SCCT
's explanation of career development.
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