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Title: An annotated bibliography on career transitions in sport: I. Counselling-based references
Authors: Lavallee, David
Wylleman, Paul
Sinclair, Dana A
Contact Email: david.lavallee@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: Jun-1998
Publisher: Australian Council for Educational Research
Citation: Lavallee D, Wylleman P & Sinclair DA (1998) An annotated bibliography on career transitions in sport: I. Counselling-based references, Australian Journal of Career Development, 7 (2), pp. 34-42.
Abstract: First paragraph: A growing body of literature has emerged in the last 30 years on the topic of career transitions in sport (Taylor & Ogilvie, 1994). Numerous empirical studies have been conducted on the topic in this time, and several counselling-based perspectives have been offered to assist athletes with the career transition process. In addition, a Special Interest Group on Career Transitions in Sport was initiated by researchers and practitioners in 1993 to exchange information on investigative and applied work in the area. It would appear, therefore, that research in the area of career transitions from sport, is itself, in a period of rapid and extensive transition (Grove, Lavallee, Gordon, & Harvey, in press).
Type: Journal Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/7696
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Notes: ISSN: 1038-4162
Affiliation: School of Sport
Vrije University Amsterdam
University of British Columbia

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