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Career Counseling and Life Trajectories in France: Research and Perspectives for Single Parenthood

Marcel Lourel
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Ofélia Petric-Tatu
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Frédérique Gros
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Caroline Closon
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Virginie Prud'Homme
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The work–family literature is abundant, and there are a considerable number of manuscripts in the field. The main goal of this note is to discuss the fact that certain social, affective and economic aspects can impacts a single woman’s life trajectory. We try to examine the psychosocial determinants of single parenthood within a dynamic of territorial anchoring in order to introduce a new perspective regarding single parents’ trajectories and career counseling. Our hypotheses is We think that this social path takes root in a process of territorial anchoring which can exacerbate, or slow down, the emergence of certain health-related social vulnerability factors as well as their effects on the family unit itself. This note will focus on three aspects: the links between the social path and social/health vulnerability; to what extent this articulation activates or adds other factors of vulnerability such as precariousness, health problems, difficulty in work/non-work time management, lack of mobility; the psychosocial determinants of single parenthood and their fit within a dynamic of attachment to a neighborhood/municipality. The article also discusses the orientation for future paradigms in career counseling.
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hal-04083550 , version 1 (27-04-2023)

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Marcel Lourel, Ofélia Petric-Tatu, Frédérique Gros, Caroline Closon, Liliane Rioux, et al.. Career Counseling and Life Trajectories in France: Research and Perspectives for Single Parenthood. Advances in Research, 2015, Advances in Research, 4 (4), p. 265-268. ⟨10.9734/AIR/2015/16166⟩. ⟨hal-04083550⟩
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