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Author(s): Aaron Thompson, Joseph B Cuseo
As teachers face increasing diversity within their classrooms in learning styles, race, linguistics, and culture, the academic rigor needed to successfully enter college or a career will require them to evolve in order for all students to succeed.
Author(s): Timothy Mottet, Sally Vogl-Bauer, Marian Houser
The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed. – Carl Jung
Your Interpersonal Communication: Nature/Nurture Intersections helps students better understand this “chemistry” by showing how an individual’s personality influences social style and interaction.
Author(s): John Paul, Mark Vermillion
Ignite Classroom Discussion “Right Off The Bat”
Sport Sociology: 10 Questions fuses sociological theories and concepts (mirrored with experiences from athletes and scholars of sport) to give students an applicable skill in applying the sociological imagination to classic and contemporary events of sport. The publication provides empirical and uniquely sociological insights into the relationships between sports and societal forces of gender, ethnicity, religion, the economy and other institutions.
Author(s): Maria Brann
Contemporary Case Studies in Health Communication: Theoretical & Applied Approaches utilizes 28 cases on diverse topics in health communication to develop the reader’s critical thinking skills – thus helping them become more informed health care advocates. By focusing on a variety of topics and utilizing various methodological and theoretical approaches, readers are exposed to real world health complexities and challenged to consider multiple perspectives and resolutions to the cases.
Author(s): Dawn O Braithwaite, Kelly Rossetto, Jeffrey T. Child, Julia T Wood
Casing Interpersonal Communication puts the proven concept of active learning to work for interpersonal communication students by immersing students in real life situations.
Easily adaptable to any existing interpersonal communication textbook, Casing Interpersonal Communication:
Author(s): Patricia Smith, Melanie Walski, Jerry Johns, Roberta L. Berglund
Author(s): Frederick DeMicco, Marvin J Cetron, Owen Davies
The world of hospitality and travel is rapidly changing. Sudden changes in the external environment can have an enormous impact literally overnight.
Strategic Management for Hospitality & Travel: Today and Tomorrow focuses on strategy for companies during a time of prosperity and uncertainty. Written in an entrepreneurial and an environmental-scanning approach, this title helps students learn to read and interpret the trends in society that bring opportunity and threats to hospitality firms.
Cybersecurity is a high priority in today’s world.
Cyber-Warfare: State and Local Governments Caught in the Crosshairs addresses highly important and current topics in a plain English, nontechnical manner. This text bridges the gap between what the state and local government executive needs to know in order to have an intelligent conversation with the IT manager. It also gives executives a well-grounded understanding of the IT manager’s needs, challenges, and concerns.
Author(s): Paige Brooks Huskey
Whether you are new or returning to college, excited or nervous about your freshman writing courses, this workbook will support you by:
Author(s): Debra Monroe
Existing creative nonfiction anthologies don’t reflect the current cultural landscape. This anthology, featuring essays in forms both traditional and innovative, showcases the genre today—not how it was fifteen years ago when creative nonfiction seemed to include only memoir.
Contemporary Creative Nonfiction: An Anthology reveals how quickly the genre evolved into exciting subgenres. With essays by established and emerging writers, it mirrors the rich panoply of the current American experience.