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Author(s): Cynthia Lammel
Author(s): Leila Hudson
Middle Eastern Humanities: An Introduction to Cultures of the Middle East combines the guided, step-by-step and interactive style of a textbook with a sophisticated and sympathetic approach to the cultural logics of tradition and innovation of the Middle East. The book will be useful for teachers and students, as well as those educating themselves about this critical region of the world.
Author(s): James E Shearer, Fred Bugbee
Music 101: A Guide to Active Listening for a Generation Online presents a balance of commentary, historical documentation, and insightful listening guides into the diverse world of classical, jazz, and world music. Music 101 is a highly readable text that offers students a lifelong guide into all forms of music. They will not only learn about the history of music and the various genres, but how to listen to music.
This enhanced interactive learning package includes:
Author(s): Julian Diaz III, J. Andrew Hansz
Real estate is everywhere. It is where we live, where we play, where we shop, where we work, where we learn.
Real Estate Analysis: Environments and Activities is your guide to the enchanting world of real estate. Real estate is as much process as product, and to understand it is a fascinating journey into the interlocking web of complex human behavior that results in the space that we shape and that ultimately, truly shapes us.
Author(s): John H Corbet
Physical Geography Manual is the ideal companion for any physical geography course or text. With 29 labs to choose from, it allows the instructor to select the labs that best fit the course objectives. The instructor determines which labs to use and in what order to assign them. The labs offer a spectrum of material that challenges students, but at the same time, covers the basics. The letter-number identifications on all exercises enable the instructor to easily assign or omit specific exercise questions.
Lab exercises cover topics such as: