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Ethics and Computer Guidance: Uneasy Partners?
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Journal of Career Planning & Employment Volume 52, Number 4, ISSN 0884-5352

Abstract

Conducted two studies to survey counselors about ethical aspects of delivering career information by computer to students and to assess their attitudes about use of computer-assisted career guidance systems (CACGS). Results paint accurate picture of state of actual CACGS use and related ethical standards. Extensive bibliography is appended. (NB)

Citation

Howland, P. & Palmer, R. (1992). Ethics and Computer Guidance: Uneasy Partners?. Journal of Career Planning & Employment, 52(4), 38-41. Retrieved November 28, 2021 from .

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