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2020Smith, Baranik, & DuffyPsychological ownership within psychology of working theory: A three-wave study of gender and sexual minority employeesJVBEmpirical PWT
financial strain, work volition, psychological ownership
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2020Austin & DuffyThe Psychology of Working: Framework and Theory IHCGTheoreticalPWTmarginilisation, discrimination
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2019Ma, You, & TangExamining Predictors and Outcomes of Decent Work Perception with Chinese Nursing College StudentsIJERPHEmpiricalPWT
work volition, career adaptibility, work perceptions, career exploitation
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2019Douglass et al.Proactive Personality and Decent Work Among Racially and Ethnicially Diverse Working AdultsJCAQualitativePWT
structural equation modeling, work volition, marginalization, career adaptibility
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IPAutin et al.
The development and initial validation of the Work Needs Satisfaction Scale: Measuring basic needs within the Psychology of Working Theory.
JCPEmpricalPWT
Need satisfaction, decent work, life satisfaction, job satisfaction
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IPAllan et al.Access to Decent and Meaningful Work in a Sexual Minority PopulationJCAEmpiricalPWT
Decent work, work volition, social class, marg.
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IPIsik et al.Cross-Cultural Validation of the Turkish Version of the Decent Work ScaleJCAEmpricalPWTDecent work
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IPBlustein et al.Expanding the Impact of the Psychology of Working: Engaging Psychology in the Struggle for Decent Work and Human RightsJCAConceptualPWF/PWT
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IPBouchard & NautaCollege Students’ Health and Short-Term Career Outcomes: Examining Work Volition as a MediatorJCDEmpiricalPWTWork volition
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IPKossen & McIlveenUnemployment From the Perspective of the Psychology of WorkingJCDQualitativePWT
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IPKim et al.Social Support and Occupational Engagement Among Korean Undergraduates: The Moderating and Mediating Effect of Work VolitionJCDEmpirical Work volition
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IPSharone et al.Long-term unemployment in the United States.ChapterConceptualPWT/PWF
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IPCadaret, et al.A Qualitative Investigation of the Experiences of People Who PanhandleTCPQualitativePWF
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2019Duffy et al.Testing a critical cultural wealth model of well-being among first-generation studentsJCPQualitativePWT/CCWM
work volition, sense of belonging, financial stress
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2019Duffy et al.Introduction to the special issue: A cross-cultural exploration of decent workJVB
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2019Vignoli et al.Decent Work in France: Context, Conceptualization, and assessmentJVBEmpiricalPWTDecent work
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2019Allan et al.Longitudinal relations among economic deprivation, work volition, and academic satisfaction: a psychology of working perspectiveIJEVGEmpiricalPWT
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2019Blustein et al.The Psychology of Working in Practice: A Theory of Change for a New EraCDQTheoreticalPWT
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2019Sterling & AllanConstruction and Validation of the Quality of Maternity Leave Scales (QMLS)JCAEmpiricalPWT
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2019Owens, Allan & FloresThe Strengths-Based Inclusive Theory of WorkTCPTheoretical
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2019
Blustein, Rasheed, & Flores
Vocational Psychology: Expanding the Vision and Enhancing the ImpactTCPConceptualPWT
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2019Kozan et al.A qualitative investigation of beliefs about work-related crises in the United StatesJCPEmpiricalPWF/PWT
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2019Kim et al. Application of the psychology of working theory with Korean emerging adults.JCPEmpiricalPWT
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2019ScottMaking sense of work: finding meaning in work narrativesJMOMixed
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2019Wang et al.A test of psychology of working theory among Chinese urban workers: Examining predictors and outcomes of decent workJVBEmpiricalPWT
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2019Autin & AllanSocioeconomic Privilege and Meaningful Work: A Psychology of Working PerspectiveJCAEmpiricalPWT/PWF
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2019Nam & Ye KimDecent work in South Korea: Context, conceptualization, and assessmentJVBMixedPWTdecent work
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2019Fouad & KozlowskiTurning Around to Look Ahead: Views of Vocational Psychology in 2001 and 2019JCAReview
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2019Duffy et al.Linking decent work with physical and mental health: A psychology of working perspectiveJVBEmpiricalPWTdecent work, need satisfaction
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2019
Eshelman & Rottinghaus
Development and initial validation of the work and human needs inventoryJVBEmpricalPWT
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2019Kozan et al.Decent work and well-being among low-income Turkish employees: Testing the psychology of working theory.JCPEmpiricalPWT
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2019Massengale et al.Psychology of Working Theory with Refugee Persons: Applications for Career CounselingJCDConceptualPWT
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2019Duffy et al.Developing, validating, and testing improved measures within the Psychology of Working TheoryJVBEmpiricalPWT
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2019Kenny et al.Applying the Psychology of Working Theory for Transformative Career EducationJCDTheoreticalPWF/PWT
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2019Ferreira et al.Decent work in Portugal: Context, conceptualization, and assesmentJVBQualitativePWT
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2019Tebbe et al.Work and well-being in TGNC adults: The moderating effect of workplace protectionsJCPEmpiricalPWTWork volition, social class, marginalization
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2019
Masdonati, Schreiber, Marcionetti, Rossier
Decent work in Switzerland: Context, conceptualization, and assessmentJVBQualitativePWT
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2019Buyukgoze-Kavas et al.Decent work in Turkey: Context, conceptualization, and assesmentJVBQualitativePWT
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2019Kim & AllanUnderemployment and Meaningful Work: The Role of Psychological NeedsJCAEmpirical
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2018BettonvilleThe Psychology of Working Theory: Predicting Decent Work ExperiencesDissertationEmpiricalPWT
marginalization, economic resources, work volition, career adaptability, and decent work
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2018Autin et al.Career development among undocumented immigrant young adults: A Psychology of Working perspective.JCPQualitativePWT
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2018Tokar & KautPredictors of decent work among workers with Chiari malformation: An empirical test of the psychology of working theoryJVBEmpiricalPWTDecent work and all four predictors
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2018Duffy et al. An examination of the Psychology of Working Theory with racially and ethnically diverse employed adultsJCPEmpricalPWTDecent work and all four predictors
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2018Duffy et al. Examining the effects of contextual variables on living a calling over timeJVBEmpiricalPWTWork volition, social class
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2018Blustein, et. alThe psychology of working theory: A transformative perspective for a challenging eraChapterConceptualPWF
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2018
Kenny, Blustein, Gutowski, & Meerkins
Combatting Marginalization and Fostering Critical Consciousness for Decent WorkICDE/ChapterConceptualPWT
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2018VilhjálmsdóttirResponsibility in Life Designing and Career Construction of Women with Low Employment SkillsICDE/ChapterConceptualPWT
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2018Duarte & CardosoLife Design and Career Counseling: Contributions to Social JusticeICDE/ChapterConceptual
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2018RibeiroTowards Diversified Ways to Promote Decent Working Trajectories: A Life and Career Design Proposal for Informal WorkersICDE/ChapterConceptual
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2018Cohen-Scali
Life and Career Design Interventions to Help People Direct Their Active Lives Toward Human-Sustainable Development. The Case of Young People Interested in the Social and Solidarity Economy
ICDE/ChapterConceptual
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2017Douglass et al.Examining the Psychology of Working Theory: Decent Work Among Sexual Minorities.JCPEmpricalPWTDecent work and all four predictors
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2017Duffy et al.The development and initial validation of the Decent Work ScaleJCPEmpirical PWTDecent work, social class
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2017Blustein et al.Unemployment in South AfricaChapterConceptualPWF/PWT
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2017Blustein et al.Promising career and workforce development practices in supporting the needs of unemployed populations. ChapterConceptualPWF/PWT
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2017Autin et al.Subjective social status, work volition, and career adaptability: A longitudinal studyJVBEmpirical PWTWork volition, social class
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2017Ngo et al. Perceived employability of Hong Kong employees: its antecedents, moderator and outcomesPer. Rev.EmpiricalWork volition
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2017Duffy et al.Perceiving a calling and well-being: Motivation and access to opportunity as moderatorsJVBEmpirical PWTWork volition, income
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2016Allan et al.Under (and over) employment: Measurement and correlates of employment discrepancyTCPEmpirical PWT/PWFWork volition, social class
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2016Blustein et alDecent work: A psychological perspective FrontiersTheoreticalPWT/PWF
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2016Duffy et al.Examining predictors of work volition among undergraduate studentsJCAEmpirical PWFWork volition, social class
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2016Duffy et al.Examining how aspects of vocational privilege relate to living a callingJOPPEmpirical PWFWork volition, social class
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2016Duffy et al.The Psychology of Working TheoryJCPTheoreticalPWT
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2016Allan et al.Self-determination and meaningful work: Exploring socioeconomic constraintsFIPEmpirical PWT/PWFWork volition, social class
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2016Aamir et al.Work-life balance, job satisfaction and nurses retention: moderating role of work volitionIJBEEmpirical Work volition, job satisfaction
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2016Cheung et al.Factors Associated With Work Volition Among Aging Workers in Hong KongJCAEmpirical PWFWork volition, career adaptability
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2016Fouad et al. Family Influence on Career Decision Making: Validation in India and the United StatesJCAEmpirical PWFWork volition
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2016Kenny, et al.Preparation for meaningful work and life: Urab high school youths' reflection on work-based learning one year post graduationFrontiersEmpirical
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2015Blustein et al. Social class and career intervention.ChapterConceptualPWF
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2015Blustein et al.Self-construction in an unstable world: Guichard’s theory in the era of the Great Recession. ChapterConceptual
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2015Buyukgoze-Kavas et al.Exploring links between career adaptability, work volition, and well-being among Turkish studentsJVBEmpirical CCTWork volition, career adaptability
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2015Duffy et al.Career adaptability and academic satisfaction: Examining work volition and self-efficacy as mediatorsJVBEmpirical CCTWork volition, career adaptability
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2015Duffy et al.Work volition among United States Veterans: Locus of control as a mediatorTCPEmpirical PWFWork volition
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2015Duffy et al.Work volition and job satisfaction: Examining the role of work meaning and P-E fitCDQEmpirical PWFWork volition, job satisfaction
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2015Kenny, M.E., et al.A quantitative inquiry of the roles, responsibilities and relatinoships within work-based learning supervisionJCDEmpiricalSocial class
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2015Kenny, M.E., et al.Developing self and resilience for an uncertain future: Positive youth developmentChapterEmpirical
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2014Allan et al.Examining social class and work meaning within the Psychology of Working Framework.JCAEmpirical PWFWork volition, social class
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2014Duffy et al.Exploring the role of work volition within Social Cognitive Career TheoryJCAEmpirical PWF/SCCTWork volition
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2013BlusteinThe Oxford Handbook of the psychology of working.BookTheoreticalPWF
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2013Blustein et al.Unemployment and underemployment: A narrative analysis about loss. JVBQualitativePWF
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2013Duffy & AutinDisentangling the link between perceiving a calling and living a callingJCPEmpirical PWFWork volition
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2013Duffy et al.Examining a model of life satisfaction among unemployed adultsJCPEmpirical SCCTWork volition, life satisfaction
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2013Duffy et al.Work volition as a critical moderator in the prediction of job satisfactionJCAEmpirical PWFWork volition, job satisfaction
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2013Kenny, M.E., et al.The promise of work as a component of educational reformChapterEmpirical
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2012Hees et al.Work-to-school transitions in the age of the displaced worker: A psychology of working perspective.CDQConceptualPWF
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2012Blustein et al.A tour of a new paradigm: Relationships and work.TCPReviewPWF
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2012Jadidian & DuffyWork volition, career decision self-efficacy, and academic satisfaction: An examination of mediators and moderatorsJCAEmpirical PWFWork volition
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2012Eggerth et al.Work experiences of Latina immigrants: A qualitative study. JCDQualitativePWFSocial class; survival needs
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2012Duffy et al.The construction and initial validation of the Work Volition ScaleJVBEmpirical PWFWork volition, social class
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2012Duffy et al. The development and initial validation of the Work Volition Scale-Student VersionTCPEmpirical PWFWork volition, social class
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2011LyonsResponding to hard times in the "big easy": Meeting the vocational needs of low-income African American New Orleans residents.CDQConceptualPWFSurvival needs; social connection
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2011Marfleet & Blustein‘Needed not wanted’: Irregular migrants and the world of work. JVBTheoreticalPWF
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2011Flores et al.A qualitative inquiry of Latino immigrants work experiences in the Midwest. JCPQualitativePWFsocial class; survival needs
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2011Blustein et al.Vocational psychology. Chapterconceptual PWF
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2011BlusteinA relational theory of working.JVBTheoreticalPWF
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2010Diemer & OrtegaSocial inclusion and critical consciousness in Australia.AJCDConceptualPWF
Critical consciousness, social class, marginalization
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2010Diemer et al.Sociopolitical development, work salience, and vocational expectations among low-SES African American, Latin American, and Asian American youth.Dev PsyEmpiricalPWF
Critical consciousness, social class, marginalization
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2010Diemer et al.Vocational interests and college major selection among youth of color in poverty.JCAEmpirical PWFSocial class, marginalization
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2010Kenny, M.E., et al.Achievement motivation among urban asolescents: work hope, autonomy support, and achievement related beliefsJVBEmpirical
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2009DiemerPathways to occupational attainment among poor youth of color: The role of sociopolitical development.TCPEmpirical PWF
Critical consciousness, social class, marginalization
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