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Author(s): Reneau Waggoner, Maria Galyon
New revised 1st edition!
Author(s): Emmanuel X Belena
Lectures in Western Humanities is not only about political history, but the history of Western culture from the very beginnings of man to the 21st century. Specifically covering the Western humanities, this textbook encompasses many different fields that reflect man’s achievements as a human being. It examines the important contributions that past civilizations have made to present Western culture, providing students with a panoramic overview of how the West came to be.
Author(s): Frank Cavico, Bahaudin Mujtaba
The law is everywhere; almost all human activity is affected by it. In the business world, when contemplating a business transaction or a decision, a manager not only must consider the physical, financial, personnel, and managerial aspects of a decision, but also its legal ramifications.
The main purpose of Legal Challenges for the Global Manager and Entrepreneur is to introduce the reader to the fundamental principles of the laws regulating business, as well as their practical application in a modern global business and entrepreneurial environment.
Author(s): Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke, John D. Raacke
There are a myriad of research methods in psychology textbooks available...
However, few, if any, of the textbooks approach the research methods course with the purpose of preparing students to become educated consumers of research. Consequently, there is a large gap in the market between the textbooks that are available and this instructional methodology that many professors utilize. Research Methods: Are You Equipped? prepares students to become educated consumers of research.
Author(s): William N Koch
Designed to serve as a kind of primer for the college student entering college, Writing and Research for College: The Structures of Imaginative Literacy engages the student and demonstrates why first-year writing courses are such an important experience for students.