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R3 Part 1 Abstract

R3 - Part I: Abstract

The two existing models of job placement, the selective and the client-centered approaches, are riddled with inadequacies when dealing with consumers of diverse culture. The problem is that many aspects of human organizational and environmental interaction are not taken into account. Therefore, there exists a need to generate a systems theory designed to holistically address the individualized vocational rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities.
Collaborators: Southern University and University of Memphis