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Author(s): Shoshanah Jacobs
Humans in the Natural World teaches science to non-science majors without reinforcing the stereotypes that follow many students around. It demonstrates the scientific method and that tendency towards biophilia (attraction to biological things) could be harnessed to develop an appreciation for biological systems and, maybe, even science.
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Author(s): Raywat Deonandan
Introduction to International Health Theory: An Interdisciplinary Perspective guides students to think about how we approach and deal with health and wealth disparities between populations in different parts of the world.
Specifically designed for undergraduate students, Introduction to International Health Theory not only features a focus on medicine or health, but includes development, history, and economics.
Author(s): Staci Freeworth
Introduction to Nutrition is an easy to read, essential purchase for students in dietetics, as well as students studying subjects that may have a nutrition component, such as exercise science, nursing, pharmacy, medicine, and other related areas. This textbook provides the quality information that astute learners demand in nutrition science applications that are ideal at introductory levels. New and updated nutrition topics are intertwined with real stories from real people that connect the material to the reader’s everyday life.
Author(s): Jordan Bass
In the rapidly changing sport space, a textbook that serves the specific needs of the students in an introductory sport management course is imperative. The overarching aim of Introduction to Sport Management is to combine basic theoretical concepts with the knowledge and expertise of University of Kansas Jayhawk professionals in the sporting field.
This book is designed to help individuals understand how their lives can be enhanced by making and implementing appropriate healthy fitness and wellness choices throughout one’s lifetime. Choices made today will shape your future in all dimensions of wellness. In order to enjoy the highest quality of life, combat degenerative diseases, and cope effectively with day-to-day stressors, a commitment must be made to implement and consistently practice positive fitness and wellness behaviors.
Author(s): Robert Koppelman
Literature Is Rhetoric: Beauty and Truth of Literature is a second-semester composition course that will improve the readers ability to write more effectively and to read more insightfully.
The Lived Experience Phenomenon (LEP) teaching method provided in this book is a superlative and highly adaptable teaching tool for educators rooted in various disciplines, and is applicable to diverse instructional teaching styles. The LEP teaching method creates a space within a traditional and online learning environment, where personal knowledge becomes not only relevant, but a useful instrument to assist in the understanding and retention of new learning. The LEP teaching method showcases an innovative instructional technique designed to successfully:
Author(s): Kazadi wa Mukuna
The definition of music has challenged scholars throughout the history of music. But in his seminal work The Anthropology of Music (1964), Alan Merriam proposes a culturally broad based definition of music as a product of human behavior in time and space, and has structure; but its structure cannot have an existence of its own divorced from the behavior, which produced it. This definition allows each culture/community to define its music on its own terms.