Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) Publication Pattern Review: A Meta-Study of Author and Article Characteristics.
Patterns of articles published in The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) from 1990 to 2011 were reviewed in this metastudy. Author characteristics (e.g., gender, employment setting, nation of domicile) and article characteristics (e.g., topic, type, design, sample, sample size, participant type, statistical procedures and sophistication) were described and analyzed for trends over time. Significant changes were noted in increased proportions of female authors, international contributors, research articles, more sophisticated research designs, and decreased numbers of practitioner-authors. These trends highlight a robust journal that continues to evolve to address changing career development and counseling challenges.
Crockett, Stephanie; Byrd, Rebekah J.; and Erford, Bradley. 2014. Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) Publication Pattern Review: A Meta-Study of Author and Article Characteristics.. Career Development Quarterly. Vol.62(4). 327-339. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.2161-0045.2014.00086.x ISSN: 2161-0045