chapter  9
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Toward a Multicultural Theory of Career Development: Prospects and Dilemmas

There is a fundamental consistency in the material presented by Arbona, Brown, Johnson, Swartz, and Martin, and Leong and Serafica (this volume) with regard to the career development of ethnic minorities. The role and importance of the history, education, and social, political, and economic experience of each of the respective ethnic groups is seen to be clearly related to their career experiences. The inclusion of these contextual perspectives must playa central role in any serious attempt toward the creation of a multicultural theory of career development.