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Measuring career adaptabilities in the Brazilian context : development and validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian form

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This paper documents the translation and adaptation of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale + Cooperation Scale (CAAS + C; Savickas & Porfeli, 2015) to the Brazilian context and provides initial validity evidence for this instrument by testing its internal structure and exploring its relationships with external variables (i.e., Big Five traits, social support, and preference for working in groups). Data were gathered in two Brazilian samples (N = 351 and N = 920, respectively). Regarding the internal structure of the 30-item CAAS + C-Brazilian form, the results provided clear support for the expected five-dimensional solution, including career Concern, Confidence, Curiosity, Confidence, and Cooperation. Further, Cooperation was the adaptability dimension with the strongest correlation with social support, and this dimension demonstrated weaker correlations with the Big Five factors when compared to the other adaptability dimensions. Finally, Cooperation was identified as the only adaptability dimension significantly related to the preference for working in groups. The results of this study provide support for the structural and criterion validity of the CAAS + C scale in a Brazilian context.
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Visual Arts and Performing Arts, Education, Career counseling, Career adaptability, Career construction, ADAPT-ABILITIES SCALE, SOCIAL SUPPORT, CONSTRUCTION, PREDICTORS

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Ambiel, Rodolfo A. M., et al. “Measuring Career Adaptabilities in the Brazilian Context : Development and Validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian Form.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE, 2022, doi:10.1007/s10775-022-09523-5.
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Ambiel, R. A. M., Moreira, T. da C., Barros, L. de O., Martins, G. H., Salvador, A. P., & Wille, B. (2022). Measuring career adaptabilities in the Brazilian context : development and validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian form. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10775-022-09523-5
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Ambiel, Rodolfo A. M., Thaline da Cunha Moreira, Leonardo de Oliveira Barros, Gustavo Henrique Martins, Ana Paula Salvador, and Bart Wille. 2022. “Measuring Career Adaptabilities in the Brazilian Context : Development and Validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian Form.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10775-022-09523-5.
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Ambiel, Rodolfo A. M., Thaline da Cunha Moreira, Leonardo de Oliveira Barros, Gustavo Henrique Martins, Ana Paula Salvador, and Bart Wille. 2022. “Measuring Career Adaptabilities in the Brazilian Context : Development and Validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian Form.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE. doi:10.1007/s10775-022-09523-5.
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Ambiel RAM, Moreira T da C, Barros L de O, Martins GH, Salvador AP, Wille B. Measuring career adaptabilities in the Brazilian context : development and validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian form. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE. 2022;
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R. A. M. Ambiel, T. da C. Moreira, L. de O. Barros, G. H. Martins, A. P. Salvador, and B. Wille, “Measuring career adaptabilities in the Brazilian context : development and validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian form,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE, 2022.
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  abstract     = {{This paper documents the translation and adaptation of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale + Cooperation Scale (CAAS + C; Savickas & Porfeli, 2015) to the Brazilian context and provides initial validity evidence for this instrument by testing its internal structure and exploring its relationships with external variables (i.e., Big Five traits, social support, and preference for working in groups). Data were gathered in two Brazilian samples (N = 351 and N = 920, respectively). Regarding the internal structure of the 30-item CAAS + C-Brazilian form, the results provided clear support for the expected five-dimensional solution, including career Concern, Confidence, Curiosity, Confidence, and Cooperation. Further, Cooperation was the adaptability dimension with the strongest correlation with social support, and this dimension demonstrated weaker correlations with the Big Five factors when compared to the other adaptability dimensions. Finally, Cooperation was identified as the only adaptability dimension significantly related to the preference for working in groups. The results of this study provide support for the structural and criterion validity of the CAAS + C scale in a Brazilian context.}},
  author       = {{Ambiel, Rodolfo A. M. and Moreira, Thaline da Cunha and Barros, Leonardo de Oliveira and Martins, Gustavo Henrique and Salvador, Ana Paula and Wille, Bart}},
  issn         = {{1873-0388}},
  journal      = {{INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE}},
  keywords     = {{Visual Arts and Performing Arts,Education,Career counseling,Career adaptability,Career construction,ADAPT-ABILITIES SCALE,SOCIAL SUPPORT,CONSTRUCTION,PREDICTORS}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  title        = {{Measuring career adaptabilities in the Brazilian context : development and validation of the CAAS + C Brazilian form}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10775-022-09523-5}},
  year         = {{2022}},
}

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