​​The Systems Theory Framework (STF) of Career Development

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The Systems Theory Framework (STF) of Career Development helps us to understand what

systems can affect our choices and opportunities. In three paragraphs outline what the systems

are that make up the STF and what some of the factors are within those systems.

Dec 8th, 2015

The systems theory framework is basically a foundation which explains systems of influence on career development. This includes social, Individual and environmental views of career development and counselling.

The system theory framework according to Patton and McHannon, 1999 is based on the individual's chances and change from the past, to the present and to the future. 

Some of the factors that make up the STF include the sexual orientations, gender, health, disabilities and beliefs. These are factors that remain constant and are difficult to change in the normal human.

Peers, Geographical location, Political views and the media are some of the rapidly changeable factors that affect the STF. Career counselling bases a big chunk of explanations based on this System Theory Framework.


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