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Author(s): Victoria Nabors
The sixth edition of "Know What I’m Saying...?!?" Basics of Speech Communication is revised to adapt to a new generation of college-level learners while continuing to meet the learning style and preferences of more seasoned learners. The content and layout align with ongoing research, peer reviews, and student feedback.
Key Features – "Know What I’m Saying…?!?" Basics of Speech Communication:
A Citizen’s Guide to Economics helps readers understand the economics that affects them as they go about their daily lives – training and learning, working and earning, providing for their family, planning for the future, starting up and running a business, and being good citizens.
Author(s): Amir Mirfakhraie
A Critical Introduction to Sociology: Modernity, Colonialism, Nation-Building, and Post-Modernity approaches sociology as public discourse and from a critical transhistorical and transnational perspective; explores the unequal and contradictory relationships between individuals and larger societal structures; examines how people from diverse backgrounds relate to, shape, and are shaped by local, national, and global structures of power; and analyzes the effects of various forms of oppression, such as racism, classism, sexism, ableism, ageism, and heterosexism, on m
A Journey Through Greek Mythology is a guidebook intended to accompany students in an introductory Greek mythology course. It serves as a practical and versatile introduction to the study of the major Greek gods and heroes and lays the groundwork for an exploration of the representation, interpretation, and influence of the classical Greek myths.
A Journey Through Greek Mythology:
A Lone Star Reader is a Texas state history anthology designed for students and general readers alike. In its pages, readers will find the work of leading academics and lay historians. They will encounter a wide variety of writing styles and a broad range of views. The reader will find that every selection is approachable, engaging, informative, and representative of the best in Texas scholarship.
The NEW second edition of A Lone Star Reader by Kirk Bane, Charles Swanlund, and Scott Sosebee:
A Re-Introduction To Criminal Justice aims to take a new approach to the way students are introduced to the study of crime and justice. Instead of providing students with straightforward examinations and solutions as most introductory texts do, A Re-Introduction To Criminal Justice encourages students to partake in self-awareness, critical thinking, and unique problem solving.
Stephen McGuinn and Alan Bruce’s A Re-Introduction To Criminal Justice: