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O'Neil, James M.

Overview
Works: 32 works in 61 publications in 3 languages and 1,792 library holdings
Genres: Case studies  Directories 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other
Classifications: HV1441.4, 362.8292
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by James M O'Neil
What causes men's violence against women? by Michele Harway( Book )

15 editions published between 1999 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 517 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume uses various theoretical perspectives to summarise what is known about the multiple causes of men's violence against women, and stresses the importance of identifying men's risk factors
Organizational consultation : a casebook by Robert K Conyne( Book )

9 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 231 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Over 700 reliable sources of free career information for counselors and counseling psychologists by James M O'Neil( Book )

3 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Casebook of Organizational Consultation( Book )

2 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A Developmental, Preventive, and Consultative Model to Reduce Sexism in the Career Planning of Women by James O'neill( Book )

4 editions published between 1977 and 1978 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This model attempts to provide information about socialization, sex role learning, and career planning that can be used in consultation and educational programing to help women plan their career and life goals. The model identifies five factors which contribute to women's socialization, sex role learning process, vocational sex role, self concept, and career choice process. These factors are familial, societal, individual, socioeconomic, and situational. The factors are discussed, and over 175 references to existing theory and empirical research justifying the model are given. A verbatim script of a 20-minute slide/tape show giving an application of the model is included. This script includes the five factors described in the conceptual model and some of the barriers to the career development of women, including fear of failure and success, lack of confidence and assertiveness, loss of femininity and social rejection, and guilt. Implications of the model and slide show in terms of consultation with faculty, direct outreach programing, the training of counselors and counseling psychologists, and the need for further research and theory about the career development of women are discussed. (Author)
A study of the small cash loan by James M O'Neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1950 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Over Seven Hundred Reliable Sources of Free Career Information forCounselors and Counseling Psychologists by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The value and need for career information and materials have increased due to a greater emphasis on career education in schools, a restrictive job market, and a greater demand by individuals seeking jobs and planning their careers. With budget decreases continuing, counselors and counseling psychologists struggle to find inexpensive but useful resources to use with their clients. One untapped source of career materials is free career information from national associations and government agencies. This paper lists over 700 reliable sources of free career information that have been identified by the Career Resource Center in the University Counseling Center at the University of Kansas. The listing differs from others in that the sources have been evaluated according to National Vocational Guidance Association guidelines and have proven to yield reliable, quality information. (Author)
The Stimulus Value, Treatment Effects, and Sex Differences WhenCompleting Two Interest Inventories at the University of Kansas by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Men's and women's immediate reactions to completing the Self Directed Search (sds) and the Strong Campbell Interest Inventory (scii) were assessed, as well as the impact of this testing on their subsequent behaviors four weeks later. A random sample of college freshmen at the University of Kansas (n=96) completed either the sds, scii, or both instruments. The results indicate that: (1) the sds has significantly more perceived stimulus value than the scii, or the scii and sds combined, immediately after testing; (2) the scii was perceived to have greater clarity of directions than the sds; (3) there were no significant differences between groups on responses to testing or certainty about career planning; and (4) no sex differences between men and women on their immediate reactions to testing were found. A follow-up of the subjects four weeks later indicated that there were no significant sex or treatment differences between groups in satisfaction with career planning, clarity and certainty of ideas about career planning, or time spent thinking about the career planning process. Future research and implications of these results for counselors and career planning specialists are discussed. (Author)
New Perspectives in Career Counseling with Dual-Career Couples by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This paper provides an overview of the results of a 20-month review of the popular, professional, and research literature on dual-career couples undertaken to advance the theory and practice of career counseling with dual-career couples. The results described have direct application to assessing normative dilemmas and themes that occur during career transitions of dual-career couples. Seven conclusions about dual-career couples are listed and a preliminary assessment model focusing on the normative dilemmas of dual-career couples is presented. Twenty-one career transitions are enumerated and defined. These transitions are discussed in the context of how normative dilemmas occur for couples. Career dilemmas, gender-role dilemmas, and marriage-family dilemmas are defined and discussed. Thirty-three normative themes are presented and discussed as significant topics in the dual-career lifestyle. Implications of the model for counseling couples is presented. References, figures, and tables are included. (Nb)
A Training Manual to Facilitate the Job Seeking Process by Edward J Heck( Book )

2 editions published between 1980 and 1985 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This manual, designed for students who wish to optimize their chances of presenting themselves in a favorable way to potential employers, is written in a style that tries to avoid being overly prescriptive to increase the probability that college students will read and use the information. The purpose of this training manual is to provide students with different kinds of information about the job interviewing process. The materials are divided into three sections, including pre-interviewing preparation, the process of job interviewing, and post-interview assessment. The manual's objectives for students are: (1) to specify how to write letters of introduction, vitae and resumes; (2) to specify different interview strategies; (3) to learn how to prepare for the actual job interview, and (4) to learn how to improve one's skills after the interview. The pre-interview section focuses on such topics as personal preparation, letters of introduction, and resumes. The process of interviewing section includes a definition of the interview process, the kind of information to share during the interview, typical questions asked during the interview, and important questions that the interviewee might ask. The post interview section offers suggestions for the interviewee after the interview. Examples of letters of introduction, resumes, and the vita are included at the end of the manual. (Author/JAC)
Evaluation of Gender Role Workshop: Three Years of Follow-Up Data by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A 6-day gender role workshop for adult men and women is described using current theory and research. The principle concepts discussed in the workshop were adult gender role journeys, gender role transitions, and gender role conflicts. The workshop's curriculum and process are described, including workshop themes, lectures, media, and structured group activities. Systematic follow-up evaluations of participants (n=82) in three separate workshops are reported. Participants' personal and professional reactions to the workshop are reported for each day of the workshop, immediately following the workshop, 1 and 3 months after the workshop, and 1 and 2 years after the workshop. These evaluations provide insights into participants' reactions to the workshop's content and process. Results are discussed which showed that participants were affected personally and professionally over the multiple time periods. Limitations of evaluation data presented and implications for counselors implementing future workshops are discussed. (Author/NB)
Research on a Workshop to Sensitize Women to the Effects of Sexism and Sex Role Socialization on Their Career Planning by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Research assessed the impact of a treatment designed to sensitize college freshman and sophomore women to the effects of sexism and sex role socialization factors on their career planning and to expand their current sex role attitudes and self concepts. College women on a large midwestern campus participated in a four-week career workshop. Portions of a twenty-eight minute color videotape were presented to subjects and discussed each week in small groups. The videotape presentation was a direct application of a model depicting factors affecting both sex role socialization and career planning processes. A sample of sixty college women was divided into treatment and control groups. Treatment effects were assessed by means of five career and sex role instruments in a pretest-posttest-control group design. Results indicated that treatment subjects spent more time thinking about their career planning, described themselves as more masculine, and reported investigative, social, and enterprising careers as more appropriate career choices than control group subjects. Future research and interventions were recommended to sensitize students to the effects of sexism and past sex role socialization on career decision making. (Three data tables and an extensive reference list are appended.) (Author/YLB)
The boy's forum : an evalutation of brief intervention to empower middle-school boys( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A gender role workshop focused on sexism, gender role conflict, and the gender role journey by James M O'Neil( )

1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Research on a Career Workshop to Reduce Sexism with Women by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A four-week career workshop was designed to provide college women on a large midwestern campus with information about sexism, sex roles, career planning, and career resources in an effort to sensitize them to past sex role biases. Portions of a 28-minute color video tape (not included in this document) were presented to the subjects and discussed each week in small groups. The video tape presentation is a direct application of a model depicting factors affecting both sex role socialization and career planning processes. A sample of the women (n=60) was divided into treatment and control groups. Treatment effects were assessed by means of five career and sex role instruments in a pretest-posttest-control group design. Results indicated that the treatment subjects spent more time thinking about career planning; described themselves as more masculine; and reported investigative, social and enterprising careers as more appropriate career choices than did control group subjects. Future research is recommended to sensitize students to the effects of sexism and past sex role socialization on career decision making. (Author)
A Select Bibliography on Men, Masculinity, Sex Roles, and Androgyny by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This bibliography on men, masculinity, sex roles, and androgyny summarizes much of the literature in the social sciences on these issues. The 221 sources are separated into several categories including: (1) men and masculinity; (2) counseling men; (3) self-help resources for men and interventions used in men's groups; (4) popular books on men and masculinity; (5) research in sex role psychology and male socialization; (6) sex roles and career development; and (7) androgyny, mental health, and empirical research/critiques. The references span the popular, professional, and research literature and are targeted to students, researchers, and counseling practitioners. (Author/HLM)
Factors, Correlates, Problem Areas Affecting Career Decision Making of a Cross-Sectional Sample of Students by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A study was conducted to investigate the effects of the correlates and problem areas affecting career decision making and specifically to test the validity of the O'Neil, Meeker & Borgers' (1978) model. A cross-sectional sample of high school, undergraduate, and graduate students (n=1,436) responded to the Career Factor Checklist (cfc) and reported the degree to which the six general factors and twenty-two sub-factors identified by the O'Neil et al. Model have affected their career decision making. Data were analyzed using factor analysis and analysis of variance procedures. The results of the factor analysis indicated that the cfc measured the career choice factors identified by the O'Neil et al. Model. A significant grade main effect and significant sex by grade interactions were found for four of the six factors assessed. Results of the data analysis indicated positive support for the O'Neil et al. Model and the hypothesized factors affecting the career-decision-making process. Implications were drawn for individual counseling and for preventive programming around career correlates in decision making. Future research was recommended for greater understanding of the correlates of career choice and problem areas affecting career decisions. (Author/BM)
Factors, Correlates, Emotional Barriers Affecting Career Decisions of College Students by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The correlates of career choice and the problem areas affecting career decisions are important to counseling psychologists. They are important to understanding the complexities of vocational behavior, facilitating differential treatment in counseling, and developing preventive career programs for men, women, and special groups. The effects of the correlates and problem areas affecting career decision making--and specifically testing of the validity of a model hypothesizing six factors affecting the career decision-making process--were investigated. A cross-sectional sample of high school, undergraduate, and graduate students (n=1436) responded to the Career Factor Checklist (cfc) and reported the degree to which the 6 general factors and 22 sub-factors affected their career decision making. Data analysis indicated that the cfc measured career choice factors identified by the model. A significant grade main effect and significant sex-by-grade interactions were found for four of the six factors assessed. Positive support was found for the model and the hypothesized factors affecting the career decision-making process. Implications are discussed for individual counseling and for preventive programming around career correlated in decision making. (Author/BMW)
Primary Prevention: Reducing Institutional Racism/exism Through Consultation. Case Study by James M O'neil( Book )

1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This paper presents a two-year primary prevention intervention aimed at reducing institutional racism and sexism at a large midwestern university. A case study format is used to describe the history, process, and outcomes of the consultation that resulted in proactive change in the institution. Definitions of primary prevention are given and the role of counseling psychology in primary prevention is discussed. Consultation is presented as a vehicle for primary prevention and positive institutional change; various consultation forms are outlined. The Consulcube model that encompasses the range of possible consultation activities is described; consultation hybrid models are presented in terms of their sensitivity to primary prevention work and to issues related to institutional racism and sexism. Definitions of institutional racism and sexism are followed by a discussion of the background of the primary prevention consultation emphasizing the functions of the committee charged with investigating issues related to racism and sexism. Committee formation, process, and outcomes are described in detail and implications for further interventions by counseling psychologists in primary prevention are discussed. (Nrb)
 
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